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Pactrade Marine LED All-Round Long Stern Light Plugin Aluminum Pole, 24" L

by Pactrade Marine
Price: $23.99 Buy Now

  • Item number: Pm151595
  • Working voltage: 12 vdc
  • This is a 24" led all-round stern light made in plastic housing and aluminum post

Product description

This is a 24" led all-round stern light made in plastic housing and aluminum post. This light has a visibility of 2 nautical miles (nm), and it is approved by uscg. Material: Plastic housing & aluminum pole. Working voltage: 12 vdc. Lumen: 80-100. Watt: 1w. Mount: 2 pin female connection. Visibility: Uscg 2nm. Dimension: Length: 24", light housing diameter: 1", and pole diameter: 3/4". Item number: Pm151595.

Perko 1440DP8CHR Inland Series Reduced Glare White All-Round Pole Lights - 60"

by Perko
Price: $46.03 Buy Now

  • Clear fluted globe, black plastic top.
  • Base not included
  • Contemporary Styling with 12 volt bulb

Product description

Perko's Inland Series Reduced Glare White All-Round Pole Lights. Certified for use on Power Driven Vessels under 20 meters (65.6 feet.) in length. Easy installation.

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It spans 80 feet from bow to stern, though its structure has begun to crumble in recent years. The windows are busted out of it, with sections overgrown with moss. At some point the propellers disappeared, too. “The whole stern is falling off

How To Choose The Right Navigation Lights For Your Boat

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Fulton 50PWR Sternlite w/ Suction Cup

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The Fulton 50PWR Sternlite w/ Suction Cup was tested to meet or exceed A-16 standards and meet all lawful requirements for use on inland and international waters when properly placed on your boat. U.V. stabilized mica filled polypropylene plastic body. Must use Fulton #1 bulb to meet requirements.2-1/2" dia. clear-reflective lens (patent pending)Same as other all round /stern lites except that light is mounted on durable, heavy duty suction cup.


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Navisafe Portable Navilight 2NM - Tricolor

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Portable Navilight 2NM - TriColorThe Navilight Tricolor 2NM - US Coast Guard approved for 2 nautical miles includes a green light to be shown at the starboard side and a red light to be shown at the port side. In addition, it includes the white Sternlight, to be used at the stern. It is battery operated, uses super bright LED light, is water proof, floats and attaches almost anywhere through its double magnetic mounting system. The green as well as the red lights show an unbroken light over an arc of the horizon of 112,5°. The white Sternlight shows an unbroken light over an arc of the horizon of 135°. All lights work independently, in a combination of all three or red/green together. Examples of usage:*Based on the Convention on the International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea, commonly called 72 COLREGsOn a power-driven vessel of 12M or more in length but less than 50M in length: As green or red sidelightAs sternlightOn a power-driven vessel of less than 12M in length: as green or red sidelightas combined green / redas sternlightOn a sailing vessel underway: as green or red sidelightas sternlightOn a sailing vessel of less than 20 meters in lengths as backup light: Tricolor lantern at or near the top of the mastSpecifications: USCG Approval, 2 Nautical Miles5 Modes: Tricolor Masthead light (135° white, 112,5° red, 112,5° green), BiColor side light, red side light, green side light, white SternlightFloatable, waterproof (20M) and air-tightIncludes magnet bracket, mounting screw, 3 lanyards for multiple fixing and securingPowered by three AAA batteries (not included)Size: H = 35mm, Diameter = 68mmWeight (net): 118gModes / approximate burn time:16 green / red / white LED, 360° TriColor lantern / 12hrs10 green / red LED, 225° Bi-Color sidelight / 20hrs5 green or 5 red LED, 112,5° sidelight / 38hrs6 white LED, 135° Sternlight / 32hrsMounting SystemThe double magnetic system consists of the Navilight with its magnetic base, a separate magnetic plate and a screw for attaching the plate to a wooden deck for example. It also holds the light safely on many plastic boats, biminis or any other material by placing the light on top and the magnetic plate underneath. Additionally Navisafe offers a wide range of specially designed magnetic mountings such as the Clamp-on Rail mount, Bendable Suction-mount and the Telescopic Poles that easily allow the lights to be attached.



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International Space Station over the Space Coast
International Space Station over the Space Coast
#GoodMorning to the Space Coast of Florida, and to the International Space Station and NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration Astronauts NASA Astronaut Randy "Komrade" Bresnik and Joe Acaba, seen here flying over Melbourne Beach (and the notorious and still-present "Cuki", washed ashore after Hurricane Irma). The high and bright pass was first visible at 5:35 am and was visible for approximately 5 minutes. I ended the exposure early because a beachcomber wielding a very bright flashlight was approaching, and I didn't want the light to mess with the exposure. (You can see the light reflected off the stern of the sailboat.) Aside from the flashlight, everything worked well for this shot, most notably, the skies we clear and the tide was low enough that I could set up (and stay dry) on the west side of the boat. Specs: 149-second exposure, ISO500 and f5.6 taken with a 14mm lens on a Canon 5D4 (full-frame). (Photo by Michael Seeley / We Report Space)
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Bristol Pilot
Bristol Pilot
Bristol Pilot by John Hone article published 'Everybody's Weekly Magazine' 1949 "The world has no better pilots than those who navigate the ‘tall ships’ in and out of the great West-country port of Bristol. In this article ‘Everybody’s’ special correspondent tells the story of an ancient and exacting service". She only measured a few hundred tons, yet to the Bristol merchants she was a "tall ship, well found withal," and truly her painted sails and fluttering pennants made a brave show. But the man on her poop was not concerned with decorations. It was his task to steer her down the winding Avon, through Clifton Gorge, past unmarked sandbanks and shoals to the deep waters; those waters that stretched uncounted leagues westward to new and wondrous lands beyond the sunset. It was May, 1497, when that little ship left Bristol. She was commanded by John Cabot, destined to discover Newfoundland, and he who brought her safely to the open sea was James George Ray, of...
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Trafaria Praia 01
Trafaria Praia 01
Trafaria Praia is a passenger ferry built in 1960 that used to ply the river Tagus between Lisbon and Cacilhas until it was decommissioned in 2011. Under the direction of Joana Vasconcelos, the ferry underwent a major transformation, which included encasing the exterior of the vessel from stern to prow in a wrap-around frieze of over 7,000 traditional tin-glazed, blue-and-white, hand-painted “azulejo” tiles depicting 20 kilometers, or 12 miles, of the Lisbon skyline, from the Bugio Tower to the Vasco da Gama Tower. Below the ship's deck, Joana Vasconcelos covered the ceiling and walls with blue and white fabrics and crocheted pieces intertwined with LEDS creating a mysterious, dark-blue sea cave that pulsates with fairy lights and gently vibrates with the ship's engine. It envelops visitors and elicits both an intellectual and a sensorial response. The ship was shown at the 55th Venice Biennale (2013) as the Portuguese pavilion; it currently moors not far from where actual...
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