Decklights

Decklights

It is hard to exaggerate the impact that a prismatic decklight has on the interior of a boat. All dimensions refer to the size of the glass. Replacement glass can be bought seperately on request.

  • Bullseye Bullseye

    Please make sure to fit them as shown, flat face uppermost. Otherwise, the light, instead of being spread is focussed, and I have heard of at least two instances of fire being started this way. Replacement glass available on request.

  • Round Prismatic Round Prismatic

    If you are short of headroom, these are the ones. Unless you need clear vision, these are also much better fitted to hatches than deadlights. Replacement glass available on request.

  • Melon Melon

    These have to be the most spectacular version of prismatic decklights. When installed it really does look like a light bulb has beeen turned on (in daylight, of course). Please mind your head though... Replacement glass available on request. Click on large view below to see diagram to show difference in deep frame and rabetted.

  • Deep frame Deep frame

    The deep frame design of decklight is for fitting into decks less than about 1" thick - e.g. steel - or into GRP sandwich construction. The glass is held in place with on of the modern polysulphides or similar. Replacement glass available on request.

  • Rabetted Rabetted

    Rabetted decklights are designed to be fitted into a thick wooden deck - about 1"/ 25 mm minimum. Replacement glass available on request. Click on large view below to see rabetted diagram.

  • Deep Frame Prismatic Deep Frame Prismatic

    The deep frame design of decklight is for fitting into decks less than about 1" thick - e.g. steel - or into GRP sandwich construction. The glass is held in place with on of the modern polysulphides or similar. Replacement glass available on request.