Marinco Shore Power Cables

Marinco Shore Power Cables


The Marinco Shore Power Cables are made of the highest quality, marine-grade construction.


  • Various Length And Color Options For Your Specific Needs
  • LED Power Indicator Light, Lights You Know If You Have Power
  • Watertight Molded Plug And Connector For Safety And Durability
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  • Heavy-duty, super flexible 6 gauge conductor cable
  • Contoured grip ends with Thumbprint Locator for fast and easy connection
  • All models include the Marinco Easy Lock System Ring - a simple 1/8 twist of the ring provides a fast, positive watertight connection
  • All models also include a standard threaded ring for hook-up to ordinary threaded inlets
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Marinco Shore Power Cables 6153SPP-25 Shore Power Cable, 25', Yellow, 50A, 125V
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Marinco 50A 125V Shore Power Cable - 50' - Yellow 6153SPP Shore Power Cable, 50', Yellow, 50A, 125V
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Marinco 50Amp 125/250V Shore Power Cable - 25' - Yellow 6152SPP-25 Shore Power Cable, 25', Yellow, 50A, 125/250V
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Marinco 50A 125V Shore Power Cable - 50' - White 6153SPPW Shore Power Cable, 50', White, 50A, 125V
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Marinco 50Amp 125/250V Shore Power Cable - 25' - White 6152SPPW-25 Shore Power Cable, 25', White, 50A, 125/250V
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Marinco 50Amp 125/250V Shore Power Cable - 50' - Yellow 6152SPP Shore Power Cable, 50', Yellow, 50A, 125/250V
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Marinco 50Amp 125/250V Shore Power Cable - 50' - White 6152SPPW Shore Power Cable, 50', White, 50A, 125/250V
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