In the past,LED lights used to be expensive and with questionable output! Today, a lot of progress has been made by manufacturers of LED lighting for the needs of boaters or sailors. If the requirements of products adapted to boats are quite particular, it is a euphemism to say that today LED has absolutely nothing to envy incandescent or halogen conventional bulbs.

The advantages of the LED on a boat

If the first LED uses on boats were concentrated especially on outdoor lighting, it was on the interior that a real revolution took place. As with conventional domestic use, on land, the led is often more expensive to buy than “classic” products (even if the gap is reduced again and again). On the other hand, it represents an investment that will very quickly benefit both the life of your bulb and its consumption. These are two vital points for all sailors … from the experienced one who makes long journeys to the most novice of boaters.

Colors adapted to all boats

With a wide range of choices as on the Energy-led site, choose from different shades of white to stick to your desires at best. And if you dare, even crack for led bulbs of blue, red, green, or other colors that will surely surprise you and the people who come on board and who will bring a little originality.

Led innovations

If we talk about revolution for your cabins, it is because indoors have already got many innovations to emerge thanks to the LED. Imagine the possibility, like with the Phillips HUE  systems, to manage your boat lights with a remote control in order to change color according to your desires and your guests.

One question that usually arises is  how not to be the star of the port with such equipment ( LED lights)? If we can continue to dream for now, we would not be surprised to see such an innovation happen in the smartest ports in the near future. In the meantime, if you feel like taking a boat after reading this article, do not hesitate to visit, the real-time boat booking portal, with them book a motorboat  has never been so simple.

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