And found one
Navigation Lights - Georgia Boating License Laws and Safety Guide
Reason is, my boat has a white light built into the bow rail at the front. I checked the wires to that socket and they power up with the nav lights. The bulb uses typical brass round base and the bulb is sort of shorter compared to a 1142 type bulb. The socket might also be smaller, cant recall
This is a special cast piece which has a white central light and the SS rails are attached to it. I am not sure if the socket works. so before going to effort to make it work what do you think? I have not seen any boats with a white light on the bow.
I have port and starboard red green lights, a 360 anchor
light mounted on a short wood mast
at the central part of the boat, and a Perko transom mounted stern light in the transom itself.
I was wondering if the front white bow light was even required, so what do you think? For a power boat
37 feet long.
The picture example shows an allround white stern light, which I dont have. The light arrangement is all factory, EXCEPT, I moved the red green lights up to the cabin
side. They were mounted below the rub rail which is no longer acceptable and a bad idea that they put them there..