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    Hi Mick sound like a good candidate. Can you advise what lights the original builder was intending to fit.
    As a steam tug the lights are likely to have been paraffin on the original so yellowed leds would probably suit.
    Typically you would have port and starboard running lights a masthead light and a rear light. Sometimes there was a moored light at the very top of the mast.
    Wheelhouse and cabin lights would also be visible. There could also be some deck lights to illuminate the work area.
    A simple system would just wire all up together so switching remained simple. If you need to switch individual lights then more switches would be needed and this may be limited to the channels available on your radio set.
    If you can advise more detail a solution should be forthcoming.
    Dave



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