Perko Presents The 200 Series International Navigation Lights
—Catalogs Available Two of the world's leading marine manufacturers— Perko, Inc. and United Kingdom-based Lucas Marine Products—have combined efforts to offer in the U.S. the 200 Series International Navigation Lights.
The series, certified for sail or power-driven vessels up to 20 meters (65.6 feet), will be distributed by Perko, one of the world's largest manufacturers of marine lights, hardware and accessories.
Lucas Marine, world famous for producing high-quality navigation lights, will manufacture the series.
"The addition of the 200 Series completes a very important segment of our line of marine lights," said Marvin S. Perkins, president of Perko. "Based on our research and requests received from both the public and trade, we anticipate these lights to be among the most popular products in our entire line." Engineered and manufactured to withstand severe environments, all models are internationally approved and carry the famous Perko warranty.
Perko will offer 11 types of lights including starboard side lights, port side lights, masthead lights, stern lights, white all-round lights, tricolor lights, tri-color/white all-round lights and combination side lights. All units are constructed of high-quality, impact-resistant plastics, providing maximum strength and long life.
Supplied complete with bulb, the lights will be offered in 12, 24 or 32-volt operation and a choice of base, top or rail mountings is available.
A unique design permits simple bulb changing, requiring no tools.
"For over 75 years, Perko has been offering marine lights, hardware and accessories, and we feel this is one of the most sensational products to date," continued Mr. Perkins. "The specific type of lights, the quality, the selection and the cost will no doubt be the major factors in the success we perceive for this line." For futher information, free literature, catalogs, etc., from Perko, Circle 8 3 on Reader Service Card
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