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Dinghy & Emergency Lighting from Navisafe

The new Navi Light 360˚ is a cost-effective, super bright LED light that is visible in darkness up to 5nm. Its high burn time, small size, waterproof qualities and ability to float make it a convenient and cost-effective addition to any … Continue reading

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Dinghy & Emergency Lighting from Navisafe

The new Navi Light 360˚ is a cost-effective, super bright LED light that is visible in darkness up to 5nm. Its high burn time, small size, waterproof qualities and ability to float make it a convenient and cost-effective addition to any … Continue reading

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Dinghy & Emergency Lighting from Navisafe

The new Navi Light 360˚ is a cost-effective, super bright LED light that is visible in darkness up to 5nm. Its high burn time, small size, waterproof qualities and ability to float make it a convenient and cost-effective addition to any … Continue reading

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Dinghy & Emergency Lighting from Navisafe

The new Navi Light 360˚ is a cost-effective, super bright LED light that is visible in darkness up to 5nm. Its high burn time, small size, waterproof qualities and ability to float make it a convenient and cost-effective addition to any … Continue reading

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Dinghy & Emergency Lighting from Navisafe

The new Navi Light 360˚ is a cost-effective, super bright LED light that is visible in darkness up to 5nm. Its high burn time, small size, waterproof qualities and ability to float make it a convenient and cost-effective addition to … Continue reading

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100+ Foot Boat Destroyed by Fire Just Before Launch

This had to hurt! Time and money were sent up in flames by a strike of bad luck. A 111-foot Sunseeker, with an estimated value of nearly $15 million, was totally destroyed by fire at Poole Quay, Dorset in the … Continue reading

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