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Houseboat Safety - drive safely and confidently using night vision cameras

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Houseboat Cameras - take control of the darkness

Houseboat Cameras - take control of the darkness

Technology has improved many aspects of houseboat safety, but the largest improvement has come from night vision cameras. They have now become common place on many types of boats, and are almost a necessity for safe night time cruises.

However surveys say that many houseboaters feel nervous and anxious about navigating in darkness or after that the sun has set. You don't want to jeopardize your families safety, nor do you want to risk a collision or damage to your boat.

If you can relate to these commonplace situations, maybe it is time to consider the advantages of the advancements made in low-cost, easy to install night vision cameras. You will wonder how you lived with it ... :)

Some of the benefits are:

* easy to install, in minutes, and anywhere.

* excellent low light visibility and clarity.

* very inexpensive compared to other systems.

* a must-have for confident safe night cruises.

As you can see, this new low cost easy to install technology allows houseboaters to finally take advantage to those unforgettably calm night time cruises.

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More Information, Installation, Videos, and Pricing:

If you would like to see the pricing, installation, or videos, and the many advantages of these new cameras, just click on the Night Vision Inquiry link to find out more details.

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Lastly, hopefully some of our readers and visitors will share and post comments about their houseboat safety and night vision camera experiences.

Feel free to use the "Click here to post comments." link found near the bottom of this page.

Thanks again for sharing, IAN from all-about-houseboats

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Comments for Houseboat Safety - drive safely and confidently using night vision cameras

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Great item to have on any boat
by: Michael

I was out on a friends boat, and I have to say that it is the coolest thing to be able to see everything EVEN at night.

I am going to look into getting more info on installing on our houseboat.

Glare is a problem
by: AR Boater

My wife bought me a really nice Generation III night vision scope several years ago. It was amazing how well you could see in the dark, but I had trouble using it on the boat.

The area I was in had a lot of lights along the shoreline that created a lot of glare. With the glare you really couldn't see any better than just with your naked eye.

My neighbour uses one, and it's amazing!
by: Carl

One of my neighbours has one on his boat and it is truly amazing. He has his plugged into his chart-plotter display, and we go out often after the sun has gone down.

It really makes for some great night time boat rides, and it is really cool to see everything around you. My wife is even jealous and wants us to buy our ow unit for our boat.

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