These guys are on the cheaper end (made in China) but mine still looks good after 3 seasons). Mostly used at anchor - it would be hard to fish around.
The alternatives were 4-5x the price
If you're new, use epoxy for the longer working time - 30-45 minutes with standard hardener. You can get slow hardener and extend that even more.
I do use poly sometimes but with a 5-10 minute working time, you have to have everything ready and choreographed so you can move quick.
I find it odd that this wasn't planned for in advance by the builder. Has anyone tried steering a compass course based on a compass that's not lined up on the centerline wheel? It's a pain in the rear!
I'd vote #3 if that's the best option.
To be compliant (not that everyone is or the authorities will ever give you a hard time for it) you need your all around white light 1 meter above your red & green.
Tom and Laurence are pretty close to spot on when you add in the height of radar pedestal and the pole for the light. If you're...