The breaker on Kenutu has an adorable little switch labeled courtesy lights. When it's on, lights come on along the hallway and under the cabinets, letting you walk safely around in the mostly dark. Most of the courtesy lights were hanging from their wiring just over the floor, and probably a third of them were burnt out. We feel like courtesy is important, so Mack got to work. In his business clothes.
We've discovered that most boat specific equipment costs 10 times more than a similar non-boat specific thing. Rather than shell out $15 a light, we got crafty and ordered lights meant to illuminate license plates... for $5 each. They're admittedly not as craftsman as the originals, but since you have to assume the above position to see them, that doesn't matter. Plus, they are LED and will use less power.
We changed out a total of 7 lights so far and put an extra one we had in the engine compartment so that wouldn't be such a dark abyss. There was one light under the Pullman berth that we have no idea how to access. Which means we're pretending it's not there.
This small little switch made a big difference in the safety and coziness of Kenutu. Just look how courteous she is now.
Two people dumb enough to think anything is possible and smart enough to bumble their way into discoveries.