I agree.Davey G said:rik, why not just consider one of those 'suction cup' style nav lights - you can pick them up from boat shops for around $20 and they dont require any cutting. they stick to the hull externally. 8)
Don't know in which state you are.imagineer said:mmmm, is a white light legal I ve been considering my options for nav light fitting as well.
You will be legal, a boat under oars or paddles only requires a torch to signal other boats; so using a 360 deg riding light is more than adequate, mount it behind you if you want to retain night vision at all timesimagineer said:mmmm, is a white light legal I ve been considering my options for nav light fitting as well.
Neil, a single headlamp is all you need to be legal. There is a popular school of thought that you are much better off also having a riding light - a lot of the guys won't go out at night without one.imagineer said:what about a couple of head lamps would that suffice?