Bow Light

Published date: June 11, 2004
  • Boat Type: Boat Type

I went outthe other night for a cruise. I noticed the other boats coming and going. I could see their lights but I wondered how well they could see me. After looking at the bow light that came with my boat I decided that a bigger light was needed. I bought an AquaSignal series 20 light( I think) and made a plate to mount it on the bow rail. I just need to get into the compartment underneath the rail so that I can run the wires down through them into the cabin. I hope they can see me now. Happy sails, Tony

Published by: TonyHouk


Model Year: 2004

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