Good idea, but depends on budget. The USCG certified LED anchor lights are fairly expensive.
Originally Posted by GaryHLucas
Use an LED anchor light if you really intend to use this thing. An anchor light stays on all night. The LED uses about 10 times less power, needs a much smaller wire, and you'll still be able to start your engine after a long weekend on the hook when you forgot to turn it off!
Gary H. Lucas
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