Electric Lanterns – Ships Lantern Antique Port & Starboard – 9″


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Electric Boat Navigation Lights

Here at Vermont Lanterns we have created a vintage reproduction of nautical port and starboard electrical lamps. These lamps are made from brass with real glass lenses for an aged look, inside the lamp there is room available for a 25w bulb that can be accessed through the front of the lantern. This lantern is great as decoration for wedding events, showers, parties and other social gatherings; many of our clients have used these lamps in their homes, dens and offices.

Because of the rules of the sea, ships traveling towards each other (bow to bow) know that their Red or port light should pass the oncoming vessel on the port side which has the visible red light. Ships pass oncoming vessels in a port to port manner. This prevents confusion should either ship’s navigator steer a sharp turn to the side. The green light is used on the starboard side and simply means that the ships do not pass starboard to starboard when they approach each other. It is in the unusual circumstance that craft will pass starboard to starboard. In this unusual situation, the craft desiring to pass starboard to starboard will signal the approaching craft with two blasts of its horn. The other craft will acknowledge the signal with two return blasts. The craft will then pass starboard to starboard. If not acknowledged for whatever reason, the craft requesting the starboard to starboard pass becomes the “give way” craft and should maneuver to avoid collision.

Electric Lanterns – Ships Lantern Antique Port & Starboard – 10″ can also be mounted anywhere, all hardware needed is included in the box.

2 Lanterns Per Box – One Port, One Starboard

Weight6 lbs
Dimensions4.5 × 6 × 10 in
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Electric Options

8ft Cord Polarized Plug – 120v

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