Cockpit & Interior
Whether boating, camping or traveling in your RV you may have the need for road worthy appliances. Today’s outdoor enthusiast can have the same comforts as home with portable refrigerators and freezers and other necessary appliances.
Boat carpeting is available in a variety of width and lengths to suit your need. Colors are as diverse as those for your home and come in several different grades and weights. Most are made of polypropylene for durability for the marine environment.
Today’s outdoor enthusiast comes equipped with a variety ofGPS, cell phones and tablets that require accessories such as brackets and cup holder mounts and belt clips for holding the devices.
Most chart lights are part of the cigarette lighter mechanism in the cockpit of the boat. They come complete with all necessary wiring and are made of marine grade stainless steel.
There is almost no end to the variations in drink or cup holders for your boat. Beginning with materials you will find black, white, chrome, stainless and even other colors. They configurations are usually straight to hold cans or versions that will accommodate cans or koozies. Then there are folding drink holders, gimbaled from formed wire to hold koozies and those that mount with suction cups. The sizes vary also from the cut out to the depth. The latest in cup holders are the illuminated interiors. These are sure to wow the passengers on your boat!
Gauges are functional and can also make the dash of your boat reflect your personality. From a variety of bezel materials to dials and graphics you can choose gauges that work the best for you and your boat. There are all the necessary installation items too from pitot assemblies to blank hole covers and wiring harnesses.
Boat glove boxes come in a variety of attractive, yet functional styles. Colors include black, black with chrome insert and cream and most include lock mechanisms. Replacement locks are also available.
Engine compartment heaters are designed to create a consistent climate controlled environment for the engine compartment using an automatic thermostat. The result is not only a consistent climate, but less power used and less winterization costs.
Horns are a necessary safety item for any boater satisfying the sound-producing device requirement. Vessels that operate in waters under federal safety guidelines will require a horn or whistle that produces a blast of at least four seconds and is audible for at least one-half mile. Vessels 65.6 feet in length or greater must also have a bell. The horn can be an air horn, handheld electronic horn, lung powered bellow horn, 12 or 24v compact or hidden horns. See airhorn and other portable horn options in Safety under Horns, Bells and Whistles.
Alcohol fueled portable stoves are much safer for marine applications as these are non-pressurized canisters of fuel which minimizes any risk of explosion. Most are available in either table top burners or recessed in one or two burners.
Ski mirrors are essential safety requirements when pulling skiers. They are available in universal styling for mounting above or below the windshield frame as well as in suction up and other mount versions.
Window Screens and Shades are available to diffuse light, and in some cases minimize such as with blackout shades for your boat or yacht cabin. Pull down or roller shades are available in straight or pleated and a variety of neutral shades and sizes.