...is in progress. This is for the engine room.
It will be used for "24 hour" loads (like bilge pumps) and a few switched loads. Mostly for stuff that will be "set and forget". But I don't know every load item, and may never. In our experience, load items will be added and removed over time as we change our minds, always.
So the question is, "how many circuits do you plan for?"
With the uncertainty, I am tempted to answer "as much as real estate will allow".
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