Plan A was to get a replacement plug
for my existing cord, but I have been to 3 large electric
supply houses this morning and none have it. We leave tomorrow at 7am to catch the tide, so ordering is not an option at this point.
Plan B is to buy a second 50A extension cord so I can more easily reach my bow power inlet without having to be bow-in in a slip.
Plan C is to buy a second 30A cord. That will give me the extra reach that I need, provided I am plugged into two 30A dock
outlets rather than a single
Plan D is to build a 30A to 50A jumper cord with both legs of the 50A side wired together. I won't be able to run any 250V appliances
(water heater and AC), but all else will work. This is a hack job which is why it's plan D.
And I can always run my genset, but I don't like to do that when there are other boats in close proximity. And when we are underway each day, we really don't need shore power or genset anyway.