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Jun-07-2018 @ 11:58 AM                           Permalink
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Hi. I’m looking to have navigation lights fitted to my Elysian 34 boat. I was wondering if anyone can point me in the right direction in regards to cost and for someone to fit them. Many thanks



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Boulters at Horning would be a good place to start. The have them in the shop.

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Hi Paul, I agree if you want fully wired in lights, Boulters would be a good place to start, also try George at Ludham bridge for a quote. We considered the cost a few years ago, then thought, truthfully how many times we would use them. In the end we bought a large set of battery powered lights and they work great. You just stick them on with pads, when you need them. They range from £15 to about £35 from Force 4 chandlery. We've changed boats now and the new one came withnav lights fully wired. But the biggest cost is a spot light so you can see where you are going. Happy night cruising. Paul

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