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Well ive got the top of my bimini that i plan on mounting them on. For the most part i use oil lamps for light in the cabin unless im cooking, then i do turn on the light over the galley. Over all my cabin lights get an hour or two use each night. The only other major power item ive got is a TV/DVD combo that runs on 12v or 120v. Most of the time i fire off the generator to use it anyway.

This is a boat that never moves from its mooring so taking up some space inst much of an issue. Im a liveaboard on the Pearson 36 and use the Bayfield as the boat to go out and sail on. The Pearson hasnt moved from the mooring field since May 2007.

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