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I just bought a 1994 Fountaine Pajot Tobago-35 and am looking for bulb numbers for the navigation lights. I don't really want to go up the mast and dissasemble fixtures if I don't have to. Any info would be appreciated.
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It would depend on the particular light fixture, and whether the lights are the original equipment or if they have been replaced.
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FWIW I can understand how you are reluctant to go up the mast. I certainly was for quite some time but one time I had to under "standard" conditions".... 3'-4' seas. Not a great experience. When I got back to the slip, I found that practicing under controlled conditions made it much more routine; after a few times 50 ft up then down you kind of get used to it. Good thing for when you "absolutely" have to go up there.
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