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#11459525 - 03/06/16 05:53 PM Deck light colors and legality
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Registered: 05/17/15
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Loc: Houston, Tx
Howdy
So I know that many folks are putting deck lights on their boats. I gave some thought to doing this as well, but have a question. Obviously red is the best color from a functionality standpoint. It doesn't affect scotopic vision, and bugs aren't attracted which is important as well. My question is, is this a safety hazard as this is a navigation light color? Are there legal implications to this? I hadn't seen anything about that on the internet anywhere. Thoughts?

Ryan

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#11460053 - 03/06/16 09:31 PM Re: Deck light colors and legality [Re: Rubberdown]
grout-scout Online   content
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I recall hearing about people getting tickets or warnings about having colored lights on while being anchored up. Been a while though since I've read a post about it.


I think I'd call your local game wardens, as in several of them to get their definitions.


Edited by grout-scout (03/06/16 09:32 PM)

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