My mast support has some rot so I need to repair the cabin top where it anchors. While the mast was down I was able to inspect the anchor light which is obviously the one on top. What is the other light that is in the middle? I should say what is it intended to be since mine does not work.

Second; on either side of the cabin roof toward the bow there are four screws penetrating that I assume are securing something. that something is not accessible from below without removing headliner. Anybody take a swag at what these are?

Boat is a 1974 flush deck 45'

Thanks

Alan 

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Yes, I have the same set on my 47. They were a 2 x 2 teak pad used to hold the original rope gaff--I removed mine both because one leaked, and I didn't have the original gaff to hold in it.  If I could find the original gaff--or at least the chrome end, I would reinstall. 

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