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      [attachment=0:20m6rr8p]P1120621.JPG[/attachment:20m6rr8p]Battery powered LED lights – one in each wardrobe – keeps the girls happy!

      And another idea. When we return to the boat at night, it is often very dark inside, and as you know it is necessary to go to the switch panel and fumble around to find one of the switches for the interior lights – which are also switched off.
      I am going to fit the above in a suitable position to throw some light on the steps and the area towards the switch panel. It is a very good quality unit, and has a pir sensor (works up to 3 metres range) and can be attached magnetically, with a screw, or velcro. The light head swivels.



        I like the pir entry light – good idea!


          I fitted a cheap LED push-on light to the ceiling inside the companionway to illuminate the saloon as I enter and enable me to find the panel without tripping over something. Works a treat for about £3 in B&Q.

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