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#1 Aleana


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Posted 23 November 2018 - 11:52 AM

My transom-mounted stern light is obscured by the dinghy when it's stowed on the weaver davits.


As a temporary fix is there some kind of battery-powered unit that I can clip on the rear bar of the bimini, for example? And where from?

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#2 Tazzy Devil

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Posted 23 November 2018 - 12:08 PM

Navisafe from Burnsco - a railblaza product that uses the railblaza mount system, 3 AAA baterys and is led. If you get the Nav light set-up you can use the stern only setting but you will also be covered for emergency nav light in cat 3. About $100 with mounts.


Otherwise a set of emergency LED nav lights will set you back $40 odd at burnsco and just use the white light.


I have the Navisafe all round model on my Kayak and do a lot of night fishing, it lasts ages and has been dunked, dragged through the surf and smacked all over the show. Still going good 6 years in.

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Posted 23 November 2018 - 12:24 PM

Yep - the navisafe is great, most chandleries have them



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