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Lighting your way through the water is easy with the right lights installed on your t-top. Illuminate your journey with the right light bars, navigation lights, and so much more.

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No matter when or where you’ll be fishing, having adequate lighting on your boat is critical. One of the easiest ways to add light to boats with center console t-tops is by adding an LED light to the t-top. There are several reasons why fishermen might want to install LED lights on their t-top - primarily for visibility and safety, but also for decorative effects and comfort onboard.

LED lights can help improve visibility on the deck of the boat, especially in low-light conditions such as at night or in fog. This can make it easier for fishermen to see what they are doing and navigate around the deck safely. As an additional safety factor, LED lights can help make your boat more visible to other vessels as well as helping you to see hazards and obstacles (such as rocks or debris) in the water. Not only do they play a huge role in safety and visibility, LED lights can also be used to create a comfortable ambiance on your boat. Especially during long trips or late-night excursions, you’ll enjoy the atmosphere created by your t-top LED lights.


There are a variety of LED lighting options available for your t-top, each with its own unique purpose. Some of the most common t-top LED lights include:

  • Strip lights: These are long, flexible strips of LED lights that can be cut to size and easily installed on the underside of a T-top. They come in a variety of colors and can be controlled with a remote or phone app.
  • Light bars: Similar to strip lights, LED light bars provide a wide beam of light that can be used to illuminate large portions of the boat’s deck. Light bars are typically a fixed size and feature combination lighting for the largest possible coverage.
  • Navigation lights: Required by the U.S. Coast Guard, each vessel on the water should have a navigation light installed at the highest point on the boat. These lights are required to provide 2 NM of visibility in all directions.
  • Spreader lights: These are LED lights that are mounted on the spreader bars of a t-top, and are used to provide additional illumination on the deck of the boat. They come in a variety of beam patterns and colors, and can be controlled with a remote or phone app.


There are a variety of ways to install lights on a t-top, depending on the type of light and the desired mounting location. Clamp-on mounts are a popular option for installing lights on a t-top. These mounts consist of a clamp that is designed to fit around the gram of a t-top and a mounting plate that holds the light. The two are typically attached with bolts or screws. Another option is a surface-mounted light. These lights are designed to be mounted directly onto the surface of the t-top using adhesive or screws. Surface-mounted lights are typically small and easy to install, making them a good option for those who want to add lighting without making permanent modifications to their boat. For a more permanent solution, you can hard-wire lights into the electrical system of your boat. This typically requires running wires from the light to a power source, such as the boat's battery, and may require the assistance of a professional electrician.

If you’d prefer an even more portable solution, you might choose to use a t-top accessory mount with your LED light. With these mounts, the light can be easily moved or repositioned as needed. Regardless of the method you choose, it's important to carefully follow the manufacturer's instructions when installing lights on a t-top to ensure that they are installed properly and safely.

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