SeaSense® Telescopic Flagpole/Stern Light Combo

   

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26" To 48"

  • Telescopes from 26" to 48"  
  • Mounts into most 2-prong stern light bases
  • Accepts almost any size flag
Make use of your stern light base during the day with the SeaSense Telescopic Flagpole/Stern Light Combo. Designed to telescope from 26'' to 48'', the Flagpole/Stern Light Combo mounts into most 2-prong stern light bases. Perfect way to fly your dive, national or nautical flag, this Telescopic Flagpole/Stern Light Combo accepts virtually any size flag. Pole diameter: 3/4''.
Rated 2.8 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good flag pole Bought this to fly my US NAVY flag, but it says only 12 x 18 flags. I modified it to accept 24 x 18. March 6, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Worth it It's not a high quality product by any means but it does what it's supposed to. I don't know what every one else's problems are with the screw, but that's what keeps it from rotating in my boat's light socket. March 30, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by Not Worth It First, the flagpole is pretty short. It really needs to be a little taller. Second, there is a screw (for some boats it may be 2 screws) that need to be removed before the flagpole will fit into the stern light base. Third, it doesn't stay in very well. Ours fell out while underway at just average cruising speeds. A quality flagpole (like our friends have), does not have any of these issues. August 22, 2011
Rated 2 out of 5 by not happy I like the flag clips and the hight. It is easy to attach the flag and to store. Does not stay in the light socket. Have to keep a watch on it so that it won't come out of the base while under way. December 29, 2010
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No it does not. But it fits tightly.
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No. It does not. The screw part of it doesn't fit the light socket, but, it fits tight enough that you may still use it.
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It does have the twist base, but you'll need to remove 1 - 2 screws first for it to fit in the stern light receptacle. We found the twist base to be a little more loose than our light.
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Just a flag pole
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Just a flag pole. Has a black ball on top. No light.
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just a flag pole
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According to the Sea Sense web site, this is just a pole and uses your stern light base. The exact quote from the site is "make use of your stern light base during the day"
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3 feet
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48", but some of that is "eaten up" by the stern light receptacle.
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The pole telescopes from 26” to 48”. About 2” fits into the 2-prong stern light base, so you have about 24” to 46” to work with.
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It's the same as your running light socket
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The outside diameter of the pole is ¾”.
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I can tell you that 30 mph is too fast, as ours came loose and flew off the boat....
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With a common 12” x 18” flag, your speed should be 35MPH or less.
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