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Old 25 May 2004, 18:02   #11
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Replies to threads which have been dormant for some time often throw an alternative and useful perspective on things. Posts which are abusive don't add anything to the thread at all. All IMHO of course.
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Lights on the Console

There is a suggestion above that the port/s'board nav lights can be mounted on the console - is this actually a sensible suggestion. In many cases (especially on a small boat with no A-frame) there will be crew sitting ahead or to the side of the console which will obstruct its visibility.

Does anyone have any practical suggestions on how to overcome this.

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Fix em to a paddle. 3 bits of string to the three corners and Bobs your wotsit.

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I used to have my lights mounted on a pole lashed to the back of the backrest of my seat.

Check out pics of my humber by following the rib gallery link in my signature.

It wasnt the most attractive solution but it solved the problem...
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I used to have my lights mounted on a pole lashed to the back of the backrest of my seat.

Check out pics of my humber by following the rib gallery link in my signature.

It wasnt the most attractive solution but it solved the problem...
The prob was that Vladimir's arms would ache after a while!
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