Bohemian crystal by Preciosa Lighting on mega yachts

Preciosa Lighting, the Czech brand, decorates yachts and cruise ships around the world with their gorgeous lights

1 December 2023 | by Redazione

Preciosa Lighting, a decorative lighting brand from the Czech Republic, reinterprets traditional Bohemian crystal with a contemporary flair. Master glassmakers in a part of Europe that is famous for its crystals, create these majestic light sculptures, a combination of art and technique. Lights in different styles – from classic to modern, and dynamic, interactive installations – designed by international designers, that can be found, in addition to luxury hotels and homes, on yachts and cruise ships.


Rooted in the past – Bohemia has been making some of the best crystal since the 1700s – this traditional craft is still crafted with the same quality, and the addition of innovation and research. Preciosa Lighting has been researching how the combination of glass and light can evoke feelings, while also making custom works, using the perfect combination of artistry and technology.


For this reason, Preciosa Lighting has become the supplier for a number of different shipyards around the world who need custom lighting. Some examples are the 300 golden crystal rod chandelier for the Admiral GECO by The Italian Sea Group, the incredible luminous jellyfish on the motoryacht, Ahpo (previously Project Testarossa) by Lurssen, and Resilience by ISA Yachts (part of Palumbo Superyachts), the polished swirl of lights in the saloon of the Luminosity by Benetti, and the elegant contemporary lanterns of the Admiral Kensho, also by The Italian Sea Group.

These are only a few of the creations by Preciosa Lighting, who has been sharing its creations for the yachting industry at the Monaco Yacht Show for the last few years. During the last iteration of the Monaco show, they revealed their Crystal Grid project, a modular light made of hand-blown crystal rods, supported by an orthogonal metal grid: an extremely decorative ceiling light that has also been tested for safety on board.


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