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Aqua Signal Series 25 Navigation Lights Customer Questions and Answers

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Do these mount to the bow rails? If so is the bracket extra or comes with it? I am not seeing enough information from this site to figure it out.

Asked on 05/15/2013 by Undisclosed

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No, it mounts to the side of something solid, in my case to the side of a gunwale with a few screws.

Answered on 05/31/2013 by ROGER BARZUN
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The light comes without a bracket I used it as a replacement and mounted it to the existing bracket . Perfect fit works great

Answered on 05/30/2013 by MARTIN DIAZ

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No, they only mount to something flat. I have a flat SS plate welded to my bow rails, and they mount to the flat plate.

Answered on 05/31/2013 by BRIAN WEEKS

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Andy, I'm coming up empty handed. It seems that AS has discontinued the rail mount bracket. Trying to determine if this will fit on a MISEA bracket. Of course, if you have any intel on an AS series 25 rail mount bracket, would greatly appreciate it!

Answered on 08/23/2014 by Janice Taylor

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Hello. I purchased this product for a Catalina 320. It was used originally by Catalina and was mounted to a square, stainless steel plate already attached to pulpit and stern rails. Hope this answers your question. Jeff

Answered on 05/31/2013 by JEFFERY WILLIS

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as the light comes from JD, it will not mount to a bow rail. My original bow light came with an aqua signal bow rail attachment, which i cannot find online.

Answered on 06/01/2013 by GEORGE MANDAS

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Bow light did not come with bracket for pulpit.

Answered on 05/31/2013 by HOWARD WEBB

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They are not designed for rail mounting. There is no bracket. They mount nicely on the deck.

Answered on 05/31/2013 by BRIAN HAKALA

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These lights do not come with the bracket. There are screw holes on the back to mount to a flat surface or a couple of types of brackets available from Aqua Signal. There are rail mount, mast mount and deck mount versions. The rail mount version was a little hard to find, but if you do a google search on "aqua signal series 25 rail bracket" you should find it.

Answered on 05/30/2013 by ANDY NEWELL

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The lights need to mount to a flat surface that is parallel to the center line of the vessel in order to show the proper pattern. There is no bracket supplied that would mount the light to a rail.

Answered on 05/30/2013 by JAMES BEMISS
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Will the new series 25 rail mounted stern and multi color nav lights bolt up to the mounting plate of the old series 25 lights used on 1980's boats?

Asked on 07/01/2014 by Dave Amspacher

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I just received my new Aqua Series 25 rail mounted lights. I have not installed them yet but they appear to be the same size and configuration as my old 1980s nav lights. I will re-post after I mount them, hopefully after the 4th of July weekend.

Answered on 07/01/2014 by DAN FERGUSON
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It did on My 1988 Catalina 25

Answered on 07/02/2014 by HOWARD WEBB

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I may have just answered the wrong question. I have not tried to mount the new series in the old plates, i replace my bulbs with LEDs. I have a set of the 25 nav lights as backups to my old lights.

Answered on 07/01/2014 by JAMES RICHTER

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hi, i have 1973 C&C 39 and the bulbs fit perfectly in my old fixtures.

Answered on 07/01/2014 by JAMES RICHTER

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Yes

Answered on 07/02/2014 by ARTHUR SOZOMENU

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I bought these replacements lights for my 1986 Pacific Seacraft Dana and they worked perfectly. They fit the mounting plates on my older series lights.

Answered on 07/02/2014 by ARTHUR LAROCHE III

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Yes.

Answered on 07/01/2014 by MARK RIALS
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Does the Bi-color come with the rail mount bracket?

Asked on 06/13/2013 by Undisclosed

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No.

Answered on 07/17/2013 by BRIAN HAKALA
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I purchased a single color light but they all appear to mount the same way and no, the light did not come with a mounting bracket. However, the bracket is relatively inexpensive.

Answered on 07/17/2013 by JIM HODOS

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As I recall, no

Answered on 07/16/2013 by MARC BENSON

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Not the one I bought, but I didn't need it.

Answered on 07/16/2013 by NIGEL LUMSDEN

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I do not know. I purchased the white and it only came with the mast mount.

Answered on 06/13/2013 by DAVE SHORE

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No, it does not come with the rail bracket, and I could not find anyone who carried the Series 25 rail bracket. I had to use the deck mount plate, and I ended up just making my own, for very little cost. Hope that helps...

Answered on 06/13/2013 by MONTY GALLAGHER

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I bought this item as a temporary replacement of my LED nav lights. It worked great. It does not include a rail mount, but the back allows for easy setup with two screws.

Answered on 06/13/2013 by MARC LAMOUREUX
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what fastner do i need for mounting on bow rail of sailboat?

Asked on 06/08/2014 by Undisclosed

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You need an "L" bracket with a "U" bolt. You may need to drill holes in the bracket to accommodate the threaded shank centers of the "L" bracket. Bob

Answered on 06/09/2014 by ROBERT HERKLOTZ
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The lights themselves don't come with a bracket. You need a separate rail bracket to attach these to a pulpit. Once you have the bracket you'll need some small machine screws to attach the light to the bracket. Google "aqua signal series 25 navigation lights rail bracket" and you might find some pictures of it. The one used is the black one and I used a red/green combo light.

Answered on 06/08/2014 by ANDY NEWELL

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I have the same question.

Answered on 06/09/2014 by John Bellantoni

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Unfortunately, I dont have the answer. I simply left the base/back in place and slipped a new lens on. Sorry

Answered on 06/09/2014 by GEORGE CLARK

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Aqua Signal has produced this item in substantially the same form for a bunch of years. It was OEM on my Watkins 33 Seawolf. So when an angry dock lunged at me last fall and cracked both lenses of my bow light I was glad to find that Jamestown stocked an exact duplicate fixture. Since my bow pulpit has a bracket affixed it didn't concern me that the Aqua Signal Series 25 did not come with mounting hardware. I am, however, happy to report that the mounting holes on the new light lined-up perfectly with the OEM mounting bracket from 1987. I should probably add that as long as you are replacing your bow light that you also look on the Jamestown website for a 44mm Festoon LED (cone end) warm white bulb to use in place of the incandescent lamp that comes with the fixture. It'll not only save your batteries but should also last, absent an encounter with an angry dock, many times longer than a conventional bulb. James P.

Answered on 06/08/2014 by JAMES PRICE
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Do all of the installation pieces required come within the navigation light packaging?

Asked on 09/19/2013 by Undisclosed

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No. You will probably need some kind of bracket for each light. If you have a flat vertical surface to mount them to there are holes in the back, but sailboats don't have too many flat vertical surfaces. Check the drop down menu and the brackets are offered along with the variety of lights.

Answered on 09/20/2013 by ANDY NEWELL
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yes

Answered on 09/20/2013 by ELISE BOESCH

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Everything necessary was included. It was a simple installation.

Answered on 09/20/2013 by ALAN MOORE

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No, you get the fitting and the bulb. Mounting screws or bolts need to be purchased separately for your application.

Answered on 09/20/2013 by PHILL LOWE
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Does the ASL-251007 -- Bi-Color, Deck/Rail Bracket come with a pulpit rail bracket?

Asked on 06/22/2016 by Martin Robertiello

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No; I had to use the old rail mounting bracket with the new inner electrical workings to effect the repair of the light. It has held up without problem. Also, if memory serves me, I believe the bulb type may have changed over the years.

Answered on 06/23/2016 by SHEILA ENGLAND
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No, it doesn't It has four holes in the back to match TO a square bracket attached to the pulpit. Sadly....even in this day and age...and considering what it costs for what it is....it does not come with an LED bulb. It is made well....just a 25 year old design.

Answered on 06/22/2016 by MARK NORRIS
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What are the dimensions for this light including the mounting holes distances?

Asked on 04/26/2016 by Greg Miller

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There are 2 holes at the top and bottom 1.42" side to side and 1.5" top to bottom.

Answered on 04/26/2016 by Rick White
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Unfortunately we bought the wrong size and had to return it. Sorry to be of no help :(

Answered on 04/27/2016 by Monique Todd
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Does the Aqua Signal Series 25 come in white? I have separate port and starboard nav lights and a veritcal transom mounted stern light that have white plastic where your lights appear black with stainless steel side pieces on the port and starboard lights. All I really need are new lenses as the current ones are very crazed and fogy looking. I'm sure don't project very far either. but it doesn't appear that I can purchase the lenses only. Thanks

Asked on 09/17/2014 by Lon Strong

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I don't see the lenses separately, you can get replacement lights in white the white base.

Answered on 09/17/2014 by Rick White
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How does rail mount work?

Asked on 07/07/2014 by Charles Adams

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I guess it could if a plate is mounted to the rail. The light has 3 small holes for small machine screws.

Answered on 07/07/2014 by KEVIN MUELLER
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Can I buy just the lens replacement for the Series 25 Masthead Light?

Asked on 05/31/2014 by Undisclosed

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I don't know. I replaced a bow light not the masthead light.

Answered on 06/08/2014 by JAMES PRICE
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