Bomar250Style, functionality and simple installation are all features designed into the Flagship Series portlight. The elliptical portlight’s sleek design offers a large viewing area through a smoked 3/8" tinted acrylic lens. The exterior is beveled so it doesn’t collect water, allowing installation in angled cabin sides.

Bomar’s Flagship Series Stainless-Steel Elliptical PortlightsAdjustable quick dogs turn 90° to secure. Patented design is standard equipment on many boats including Sea Ray, Silverton, Carver, Pursuit and Four Winns.

Material: Stainless steel

Latches: Adjustable quick dogs

Hinges: Friction hinges hold position without stays or straps

Included Accessories: Trim ring and removable screen

Warranty: One year

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