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Jul 5, 2015
68
Bristol Corsair Ruskin
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Mega scracht/and interior lights
The scratch that you can see here is about 3 feet long, it didn't cause any gouges in hull just scraped the paint off... I was away when this happened.
How to deal with it to have paint(gelco?) restored.
... Now the interior lights shown here,
The oerco has a waterproof on/off switch plus a gasket and is less than half price than the other one shown... But is not LED and sucks a lot of watts.
The other one doesnt have a waterproof switch, no rubber gasket, but is LED and has also a red light included(you get on/off/on) reading light plus night travel red light. Much bigger price.
Any suggestions in these 2 subjects?
Thanks in advance to all of you for sharing of experiences, wisdom and goodwill. THX!
C
 
Jun 14, 2010
1,433
Quorning Dragonfly 1200 home
As for the scratch, is the boat painted or gelcoat? Is it surface scuff, or gouged in?

As for the light: LED only. There is no further reason for new incandescent bulbs on a boat in this era, IMHO. If it’s interior, no need for waterproof. Check out sailboatowners.com store
 
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Jul 5, 2015
68
Bristol Corsair Ruskin
As for the scratch, is the boat painted or gelcoat? Is it surface scuff, or gouged in?

As for the light: LED only. There is no further reason for new incandescent bulbs on a boat in this era, IMHO. If it’s interior, no need for waterproof. Check out sailboatowners.com store
Hi again
Yes is a surface scuff that took the
New paint with it