Lighting in rear berth

Published date: December 29, 2012
  • Boat Type: Boat Type

The light output of these fluorescents is phenominal. The backing plates are oak and secured by a bar with a thread tapped in it through the winch mounting access hole. This clamps the wood to the fibreglass without showing any visible attachent & makes access to the area behind them a breeze. I fitted one on each side, Port side shown here which really enhances vision over radio area & galley when it is slid back. Fluorescent doesn't create radio interference like previous older types did & light is individually switched if required anyway.

Published by: Buell_S1W


Model Year: 2009
Photo Caption: Port / galley light

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