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I can't tell from your sketch, but I would hesitate to in any way restrict access to a seacock. Envision needing to reach under those steps to turn off the seacock, to change a hose, to tighten a clamp or, Neptune forbid, to jam in the wooden plug I know you have conscientiously tied to the seacock with string...
Also, while I'm all for short cabling runs, isn't having four batteries on the same side going to throw out your trim? Can you not put Batteries 3 and 4 on the opposite side, nice and low, and perhaps relocate your water heater? Just some thoughts, as batteries are best kept low and not, in my view, stacked.
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