Spent some time thinking about the fitting of batteries,fuses, esc, and lighting circuits.
I made up two battery boxes, one for either side of the drive motor. These were mounted but still allow for removal of the batteries, with a bit of fiddling. Recharging is accommodated by plugs on battery leads.
The fuse board (from Halfords) is mounted in the forward access hatch with a common negative busbar.
On the positive side two fuses for the battery, one for the speed controller (esc)and another for the lights.
The fishhold holds the on/off switch,and speed controller which also supplies power to the radio receiver which is installed in the rudder compartment.
This is to allow the radio aerials to be put in the wheelhouse if required.
Dry run test went well.
Oh I did do a float check in the bath,with batteries mounted and had to add some weight to the bows.