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Coastal Ship Lights

Select from a wide variety of outdoor nautical pendants, spot lights, dock lights, various vintage passageway lights, sea-inspired coastal sconces and more unique lighting pieces.

Make a style statement by adding one of our coastal home lighting fixtures to your patio, deck, porch, hall or really any room in the house - inside or out. 

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2050 N Federal HighwayDelray Beach, FL 33483800-473-2137Monday - Saturday 10:00 - 6:00Sunday - 12:00 -

Frequently Asked Questions

Our Boat House is one of the country's largest suppliers of authentic ship lighting. Add a of touch of history with an authentic ship's copper light over a kitchen island. Our Fox Lights once lit the cargo bays of old ships.Solid brass dock lighting such our Belfast light or Nautical Masthead Piling Light  will add everlasting richness to your docks, decks or entryways.  Make a statement with such a unique piece. Wired for  light or leave as-is for a decorative element.Our solid brass or aluminum sconces, such as the convoy sconce or the 90 degree passageway lights, are perfect for bath rooms, hallways, entry ways or just as an accent light in a living room. Order wired or unwired, if you prefer.

What ship lights are best for the dock?

The best nautical lighting would be made of brass, ability to take UL wiring and be surface mountable so that it can be adhered to the top of the piling post. Take a look at the Brass Four Post Light, the Helinski Light, the Belfast Dock Light and the Brass Masthead light.

Can you get a light without wiring and do it yourself?

We do offer Certified UL Lighting for all our ship lights. You can specify on your order, if you wish for them to be damp rated (outdoor covered or bathroom) or standard rating. You can order unwired, but please note to use a Certified Electrician as once it's wired, the fixture is yours forever (not returnable) and must be wired safely. Ship salvage is final sale.

I live by the ocean, will saltwater ruin my brass light?

Brass is a hard metal that holds up well in all environments and is made from a combination of copper and zinc. Brass will “patina” or turn darker over time as it is exposed to the elements, but it will not corrode and is a great option for outdoor and landscape lighting.