As a career writer (and writer instructor), I can't help offering my smart-ass idea even though I'm sure Carolina already has what she needs. Nevertheless....
When I started boating
waaaay back in the day (last July), I inherited a temporary anchor light with my boat -- for Carolina, that's a small cylindrical light that you can raise up on the mast
at night when at anchor, so that other boats can see you. However, being a half-informed newbie (the most dangerous creature the seas have ever known) I briefly thought the anchor light was an E.P.I.R.B., which is an "Emergency Position Indicating Radio
Beacon" -- a distress radio
for use only when your boat sinks, and which will bring the Coast Guard on the run.
I've often imagined what would happen to a newbie who made the reverse mistake: Imagine a person who mistook an EPIRB
for an anchor light, activated it one night, raised it on their mast, and tucked into their bunk for a peaceful night sleep....