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After reading about anchor lighting before annerversery weekend I went to maharangi for few days , a few mates up there and one said to me , you don’t have correct lighting , I don’t want to start this one off again so keep it short , I have a mast head light , I have cockpit light I that all I need , most only had mast lights , well

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I like to be seen , 'specially in a dark hull.

The negative is the fush. One year in Bowling alley we had a gang of rat kingies slapping away around the boat all night( normally its only one or two in the AM), another was a flying fish just swimming back and forth for hours.( NYE)

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They just seem to be scratching their backs  and they hit the boat with their tails as they U turn around the bow and stern. We've always had that happen on two different boats , usually first thing in the morning, but the gang of rats was quite different .... that was all night, the buggers.

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All you need at night is a single 360 degree white light.

*That meets the applicable standard (brightness & colour) and is mounted in a position that is visible from 360 deg. around your boat from far away and up reasonably close.

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