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Old 23 October 2005, 11:14   #1
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Nav light for SIB

Has anyone got any recommendations for a nav light for my SIB.

Prefer it to be battery powered (as motor is manual start) and mounted to the transom. Alternatively, did see on in Greece that was mounted directly to the outboard cowling - looked quite neat.

The one used on RNLI D Class looks promising but cant find any info.

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Old 23 October 2005, 16:05   #2
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How about this

http://www.pifco.co.uk/

look under krypton lanterns and product code 10542

or marine superstore and search for 06174
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Old 24 October 2005, 04:43   #3
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we got some temporary small nav lights a few months ago , for the cowes fireworks , from any chandlery , (i think thats how you spell it) lol thanks
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Old 27 October 2005, 05:12   #4
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Thanks for the advice - have decided to go for one of these...

http://www.innovativelight.com/produ...?categoryid=64

Need the lamp to be mounted quite high, so would have preferred something a few feet tall and robust enough to take a pounding. I'll let you know how the LED lamp gets on.

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Old 27 October 2005, 06:16   #5
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seems smart enough to me , but as you said could of perhaps been higher , mabe attatch it to a pole or summit
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Thanks for the advice - have decided to go for one of these...

http://www.innovativelight.com/produ...?categoryid=64

Need the lamp to be mounted quite high, so would have preferred something a few feet tall and robust enough to take a pounding. I'll let you know how the LED lamp gets on.

Ed
they look good to use as back up aswell, good price too.
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