-Hole saw size for your sized receptacle (Lubricant, or WD-40 as substitute)
-Power receptacle, appropriate wire gauge/length, and screws/bolts to mount receptacle.
-Weatherproof sealant, (caulk gun if needed) & painter’s tape
-Flathead (To unscrew wire screws)
-Find a shore power plug that is rated for whatever amps you plan on running.
-Find out the size of this receptacle so you can secure an appropriately sized hole saw.
-Find the spot you’d like to install your receptacle (keep in mind where your electrical components will be)
-Install hole saw onto drill & go to town (lubricate)
-Clean area of any lingering debris (Use a magnet to pick metal shavings)
-Size receptacle & mark pilot holes for mounting hardware. -Install receptacle with mounting hardware.
-Once satisfied with location, lay down masking tape & seal.
-Remove tape & fix sealant if necessary. (Can trim sealant when dry if needed)
-Install appropriate sized wires in corresponding holes.