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Paddle Clip Cleans Up the Mess


Lunasea Introduces Extreme Beam Flood Lights


unasea Lighting has introduced two new high quality flood lights for use on larger yachts and work boats. Both the 90-watt and 180-watt Lunasea Extreme Beam models are designed to maximize useful work area light and perform under the most demanding conditions. Lunasea’s ultra-powerful LED lights boast rugged exterior housings machined out of solid marine-grade billet aluminum and hard anodized for scratch and corrosion resistance. Lunasea’s new 90-watt and 180-watt Extreme Beam Flood Lights are compact in size, yet they provide

intensely bright light where you need it the most. The 90-Watt puts out 11,500 lumens, while the 180Watt unit doubles that output for an impressive 24,000 lumens. Each model is equipped with proprietary thermal control electronics. Lunasea Extreme Beam Flood Lights are UL 844, Class 1 (divisions 1 and 2, Groups A, B, C and D) certified and UL 1598 marine certified, as well as cUL listed for Canada. Lunasea Lights are available at Fisheries Supply. For more informa visit:

Hylebos Marina

Moorage uncovered slips to 80’

s you look around your local marina it’s increasingly common to see brightly colored kayaks on flybridges and the sterns of yachts. These small nimble craft provide added enjoyment to your weekend cruise and give the kids something to play in while on the mooring. When you have kayaks you also have kayak paddles and these can be somewhat difficult to store and keep secure. Sea-Lect Designs has created a simple way to store the paddles for your kayaks, helping make an awkward pile of paddles manageable. The Sea-Lect Designs Paddle Clip can be attached to either the deck of your kayaks or an out of the way location on your boat allowing you to neatly organize your paddles. The clip is a flush mount design that minimizes the possibility of snagging lines or other gear as well as making it a sturdy and stable item. The integrated attachment points

allows you attach the paddle with a leash to ensure that they aren’t going anywhere in even the roughest of conditions. Its one-piece design and nylon construction makes it a durable piece that effectively holds the paddles giving you confidence that they will stay in place. Its wide set mounting holes also help prevent the clip from twisting and potentially damaging its mounting surface. In addition to working well with kayak and canoe paddles, the clip is also very effective for storing other items such as gaffs, landing nets, deck brush, boat hooks or anything else that needs to be secured. This new product will be available in marine stores throughout the Northwest as well as kayak and canoe stores. For more information and a look at the full line of hardware, go to:

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