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Old 04-09-2016, 08:43   #1
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Mast lighting from scratch

Will be replacing rigging so my mast will be at an easily workable position and everything is gong to get pulled out.
If you had this opportunity, what would be your best suggestions for fixtures, spreader lights, wiring and switching ideas, antenna, coax, , brand makes and models, USCG compliance???
My needs are high energy efficiency, top quality and not spending money needlessly but willing to pay for quality no problem.

10M cat, mast height aproximately 35 feet from deck level.

Thanks in advance for your experienced answers
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