here are a few of my favorite LED suppliers. I recommend reading the Tech stuff and LEDs for dummies on any of the sites. The best LED bulbs for marine
use where lowest power is paramount is PWM (pulse width modulated) The PWM will not bother your radio
if it is around 30 KHz. I have replaced all ICs with LEDs from these guys. Look for about 3500K rated bulbs for cabin
lights and higher ratings for deck and spot lights. We have more than adequate interior
lights and with ALL 60 dome lights we draw only 0.4 amps at 24 VDC. The Marine
Beam spreader lights are 4 X the lumens at 1/5 the power use of the 4.5" sealed beams we replaced. They also have replacement festoons for the tiny flourescent fixtures. Our fixtures were all 2-light units but only one LED replacemnt sufficed. All Aqua-Signal bulbs are also replaced and we are quite satisfied. I also bought a few specialized BIBI lights but I am sorry to hear the political situation in FIJI
has forced them to flee the country. (according to their site).
Pricing on these PWM replacements
has gone down a lot and you can often negotiate a package deal at a boat show
Marinebeam Replacement LED bulbs for your existing boat fixtures
on deck and above deck but cabin
800 lumen spreder lights - like daylight.
Marine Lighting - Boat Lights - Yacht Lights - Imtra
most of my cabin lights.
I have a set of deck level Nav lights from Welcome to MISEA Group: LED Lighting and Safety Products - Home
They are nice lights but I consider them a bit fragile. Make sure they are well shielded from sheets
etc. an they will be OK. Boat show
special saved a bundle on these. Now handled by WM so may not be any wiggle room.