Light In Head

Published date: December 1, 2019
  • Boat Type: Boat Type

Here is a picture of the light we put in the head. We put a similar one over the rear berth. In both we use a light with a white AND red light bulb with a dual position switch. By turning on the red light, you reduce the reduction of your night vision caused by bright lights.

Note that this is screwed onto the round black cover in the ceiling of the head.

Published by: MS Classifieds

Model Year: 1997


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