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Retractable Navigation Lights Enhance Deck Safety

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Although essential for safe operation at night, navigation lights can sometimes represent hazards when they’re not being used. Protruding housings can stub unsuspecting toes, or even lead to a trip and fall. Pop-Up® navigation lights from Accon Marine recess into the deck when not needed, preserving the boat’s clean lines while enhancing occupant safety.

Made from marine-grade 316 stainless steel, the 205-M Port Light, 206-M Starboard Light and 207-M Side Lights each feature a fully retractable design that leaves the deck flush when not in use. USCG-approved to 1 nautical mile, the lights meet the 72 Colregs protocol and are NMMA type-accepted. Each uses a compact #78 bulb that yields brilliant illumination from a streamlined and stylish housing.

Accon Marine’s 205 Port (top left), 206 Starboard and 207 Side Pop-Up Lights
Accon Marine’s 205 Port (top left), 206 Starboard and 207 Side Pop-Up Lights


Each light in the series is supplied with a cut-out template and fastens into place with three #10 screws (not included). An installation video is available on YouTube: bit.ly/2e4F0DE

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Gary Brown
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Gary E. Brown is the Editorial Director of All At Sea Caribbean. He is a presenter on Island 92, 91.9 FM, St. Maarten, and the author of the thriller/sailing adventure Caribbean High. For more information, visit: garyebrown.net

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