Lighting - Flood/Spreader Lights

Flood and spreader lights are crucial lighting accessories for boaters, providing powerful illumination for enhanced visibility and safety. These lights are designed to cast a wide beam of light, covering a large area and illuminating the surroundings, making them ideal for nighttime navigation, docking, and other activities on the water. Whether you need floodlights for illuminating a large area or spreader lights for lighting specific zones, we offer a diverse range of flood and spreader lights specifically designed for marine applications. 

Flood Lights & Spreader Lights - Frequently Asked Questions

Want to learn more about Flood Lights & Spreader Lights? Angler’s World offers our extensive Flood Lights & Spreader Lights FAQ below. You’ll find answers to the most commonly asked questions for novice boaters and seasoned anglers alike, ensuring you always have the best experience on the water.

What Are Flood Lights and Spreader Lights?

Flood lights and spreader lights are powerful lighting fixtures designed to provide broad and intense illumination over a wide area. They are commonly used for outdoor and marine applications, including boats, to enhance visibility, safety, and security.

What Are the Benefits of Using Flood Lights?

Flood lights offer several benefits for boating and outdoor activities, including:

Improved visibility during nighttime and low-light conditions

Enhanced safety and security on your boat

Illumination of a large area for various activities

Preventing accidents and hazards

Where Are Flood Lights Typically Installed on a Boat?

Flood lights are often installed on different parts of a boat, such as:

Deck areas

Bow and stern sections

T-top or hardtop

Spreader bars

They can be strategically positioned to provide optimal illumination for navigation, anchoring, and various activities.

What Are Spreader Lights Used For?

Spreader lights, also known as deck lights or floodlight bars, are typically mounted on spreader bars on boats. They are used to illuminate the deck area, making it easier to perform tasks, work on equipment, or simply enjoy the boat's amenities during nighttime or low-light conditions.

Are LED Flood Lights Energy-Efficient?

Yes, LED flood lights are highly energy-efficient compared to traditional halogen or incandescent flood lights. LEDs consume less energy, produce less heat, and have a longer lifespan, making them a popular choice for boat owners looking to save on energy costs and maintenance.

Are Flood Lights and Spreader Lights Weather-Resistant?

Yes, many flood lights and spreader lights are designed to be weather-resistant or even waterproof. They are built to withstand marine environments, including exposure to saltwater, rain, and splashes, ensuring reliable performance even in harsh conditions.

Can I Install Flood Lights and Spreader Lights Myself?

Installation of flood lights and spreader lights can vary depending on the specific model and mounting options. While some boat owners with experience in electrical work might choose to install them themselves, it's recommended to consult the manufacturer's instructions or seek professional help to ensure proper installation and wiring.

Are Flood Lights and Spreader Lights Suitable for Different Boat Types?

Yes, flood lights and spreader lights are suitable for a wide range of boat types, including:

Fishing boats





They can be customized to fit the specific needs and dimensions of different boat styles.

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