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A quick guide to navigation light colours

Navigation lights are specialised lights that are used to help boats safely navigate in low-light or dark conditions. There are different types and colours of navigation lights, which are used for different purposes. For example, green navigation lights are typically used to indicate a vessel's port (left) side, while red navigation lights are used to indicate the starboard (right) side. White navigation lights may be used to indicate the stern (rear) of a vessel or to show an all-around white light. It is important to have proper navigation lighting installed on your boat, as this can help you avoid collision with other vessels and also helps other boats identify your vessel's position and intentions.

What kind of boat navigation lights are available?

Several different kinds of navigation lights are available on the market, including masthead lights, stern lights, side-marker lights and anchor lights.

  • Masthead lights are navigation lights that are placed at the highest point on a vessel, typically at the top of the mast. They help other vessels identify your boat's location and orientation and provide you with some visibility in low-light conditions.
  • Stern lights are placed at a boat's stern (or the back).
  • Side-marker lights are used to help boats signal their position to other vessels on the water and can be placed at the bow (front), stern (rear) or both sides of the vessel.
  • Anchor lights are required by law to be displayed on boats that are anchored in public waterways. The purpose of anchor lights is to help prevent collisions between boats, and they are typically white or green in colour.

Various types of power sources are also available, including LED navigation lights and solar-powered lights. LED navigation lights are a popular choice for their energy efficiency and long lifespan, whereas solar-powered lighting is ideal for sailors who want to reduce their environmental impact.

How to install nav lights on a boat

There are a few things you need to take into account when installing navigation lights on your boat. The size and type of boat, as well as the number of navigation lights required, will dictate the installation process. Here are a few tips to help you get started:

1. Determine the size and type of navigation light fixtures that are appropriate for your boat. There are many different sizes and styles available, so it is important to choose the ones that will best suit your needs.

2. Choose a location for each navigation light fixture. The location will depend on the size and type of fixture and the placement of other lights on the vessel.

3. Drill holes for the navigation light wires. Be sure to use the proper size drill bit for the wire gauge.

4. Run the navigation light wires through the holes and to the switch panel. Make sure to leave enough wire so that you can make all of the necessary connections.

5. Connect the navigation lights to the switch panel. Be sure to follow the manufacturer's instructions for wiring navigation lights.

6. Test the navigation lights to ensure they are working properly. Turn on the appropriate switches and check that the lights come on. Also, check that the navigation lights are visible from all angles when viewed from both onboard and ashore.

Follow these tips, and you'll be able to install navigation lights on your boat like a pro!

FAQs about navigation lights

• Are navigation lights required by law?
Yes. Navigation lights show what size and type of vessel you're in, whether you're at anchor or underway and your direction of travel. You must display navigation lights at night (from sunset to sunrise) and at times of restricted visibility, e.g. fog, smoke or glare.

• What do I need to keep in mind while using navigation lights?
When using navigation lights, it is important to make sure that they are properly mounted and secured. Additionally, you should regularly check the batteries or power source to ensure that the lights work when needed. Finally, be sure to stay aware of other boats in your vicinity, even if they are not using navigation lights.

• What do navigation lights look like?
Navigation lights come in various shapes and sizes, but typically they are small, LED-based lights that can be mounted on a boat's hull. Some navigation lights are designed to be integrated into a boat's existing lighting system, while others are standalone units.

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