Originally Posted by Boat_rook
That's not very pretty - looks like my before pictures. The rigging tube would clean that up a lot, but you would have to find a different location for the primer bulb. And the steering hoses will not go inside the rigging tube - they need a separate cable clam running thru your deck. But you could reduce that spaghetti monster to one fat tube and two thin hydraulic steering lines.
Think about pushing the excess lines back into the starboard corner, and have a clean 2-inch OD pipe come thru the gunnel where that floppy thru-hull boot is presently, with the engine control, fuel line, shifters and throttle cable, and Red/Black electrical lines all running into that rubber junction on the front end of your zuke. The control tube holds all that mess, and two stainless hose clamps keep everything in place. If you need to move the battery and 12+/ground cables - do it.
It's a bit of a challenge to route everything thru the rubber, but two beers and a third hand ought to get that done. It will be so much cleaner and better protected after you make that change.