NOT MADE IN CHINA
WE DON'T USE PLASTIC
29 years ago we made the very first underwater light for a ground breaking Superyacht in Europe. A quarter of a century later those same lights are still working perfectly and is testament to our ability in making the best products in the market. We've NEVER had a light fail due to water ingress. We have kept our overheads low and our team small in order to stay efficient and competitive and that's why we are amongst the small number of trusted companies in the industry.
All of our products are designed and made in house. We use local specialized sub contractors when needed and have and never will 'farm' our production or design out to companies in China or Asia. We believe in first principles and are not willing to cut corners in order to save a dollars.
All of our products are made from the very highest grade Aluminum, Bronze and 316L Stainless steel. Not only is this essential for strength and longevity but aids heat dissipation and structural strength. Although plastic housings offer a vastly reduced cost benefit, this saving is not in the customers best interest and therefore not in ours.
READ OUR BOOK // ART OF SUPERYACHT LIGHTING
With 12 of the top 25 largest Superyachts in the world fitted with our lights we are, by owner's and shipyard's choice, the authority when it comes to underwater lighting at large within the industry. In our 25th year we celebrated by publishing The Art of Superyacht Lighting as a reference marker for a milestone in design and integrity in an industry often plagued by "here today, gone tomorrow" companies and products. Read online here or drop us a line to get a hard copy.
UNDERWATER LIGHTS // SUPERYACHTS
UNDERWATER LIGHTS // FISHING
UNDERWATER LIGHTS // MOTORYACHTS
IN THE PRESS // 2019
We've all been told time and time again print media is a dying industry. We view supporting the industry press as a duty rather than a line item on our budget. The boating press is vital for keeping the marine industry at the forefront of design and innovation but also highlighting its vital function within communities such as Fort Lauderdale and the South of France. We are proud to be affiliated with publications such as Boat International and Yachting Matters and will continue to do so.