So, beginning with the photo here, taken on a new powerboat with a pretty robust shore power electrical system, we see the power inlets all neatly located in what is actually an enclosure (the lid was open to take the photo). To the far right of the picture you see what looks like a faucet. It is a faucet. Eventually, a hose will get attached to this faucet I am presuming it will be the freshwater wash down for the boat in question. Now, I know on my own boat the wash down hose hand tightened hose fittings have a knack for loosening up periodically and allowing water to spray out around the fitting when it gets pressurized. Easy enough to fix by re-tightening the fitting once and a while. The difference between my boat and this brand new work of art is that I located my wash down fittings in an area in my cockpit that is no where near any electrical connections. Think that might have been a better choice here? I do.