LTB Radar mast

Capt. Lou

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Looking for a radar mast with arms for antena mounts. Seaview global makes a nice 30" tapered on for about $1300. That's all I can find online. Anyone making them custom locally in new England?? Any leads appreciated.
 

starrfish

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eric kent from kentfab,(norwood ma. i believe) great guy and excellent work.. as big or as small as you want
 

MDI45

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just a bit of info......running lights on a mast like that are not coast gaurd approved ....
 
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Helen L

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I'm having my buddy weld up my radar mast out of aluminum. Will hold 2 open arrays and mushroom antennas. Stand by, should be pretty badass.
 

mjb

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Just curious as to why running lights on mast like that are not approved.
 

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MJB,the rule states that running lights must be spread something like 75 or 80% of the beam width
 

starrfish

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MJB,the rule states that running lights must be spread something like 75 or 80% of the beam width
if i am wrong could you reference the CFR that states that?
all i have seen for under 12 meters says the masthead light needs to be 1 meter below the p&S nav lights..and that the vessel may have a combined p&s on the bow..
 
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