I took back my eailer post.
Basicly, it doesn't matter what kind of hull
you have for which side the galvanic isolator the gen set attachs to. The shore side of the connection, and the generator
and invetor need to be on oppsite sides of the galvanic isolator if it's to have a chance at working. From there you need to attach the gen set and the isolator to the proper grounding bar on the breaker pannel.
The question about what kind of hull, is it bonded, and what not depends on how do you attach the multipul grounds, or do you attach the grounds. There are HUGE discussions on CF as far as what to do with your 4 grounding systems, with diffrences between European, and American standards. If your boat was grounded so poorly to start with, it might be worth taking the time to wade through the discussions, and figure out what system you actualy have, and which you think you should have.
btw, for some reason, when I try to download the attachment, it say's it's corrupted.