Savage Marine Ltd, leading specialists in lighting solutions for the superyacht industry, has announced the addition of further lighting control solutions to their LED and halogen product range and lighting services.
Working in partnership with Crest Systems Engineering Ltd, Savage will be offering design, integration and engineering services for all aspects of lighting control.
Aimed at the superyacht market, this collaboration provides a one stop shop for lighting, lighting design, specialist technical consultancy, system design and development services. Crest Systems Engineering Ltd is a specialist technical system design company for the superyacht industry.
Experienced with on board entertainment, control systems and integration across various boat wide technical systems from the installerʼs and userʼs perspective, Crest Systems will be working with Savage to advise and offer technical services for bespoke project requirements and integration to other on board systems.
The last two years have seen major changes and developments at Savage as they increased their manufacturing capacity tenfold, expanded their engineering and lighting design services and invested in research and development, especially with LED technology.
Savage has seen a major increase in the last two years in enquiries relating to lighting being integrated to audio video systems and working with Crest Systems allows them to offer this service on all levels.
Julie Clark, Sales director of Savage Marine Ltd commented, “We are delighted to be working with Crest Systems. Lighting can completely change the look, feel and atmosphere of any interior and exterior area, but the ability to be able to adapt this and make it work for you as a user is essential. On top of that, we need to consider the installation process and the maintenance and management post-handover.
“Working with specialists who are involved with every aspect of technical systems on board from the initial engineering to the owner requirements has enabled us to develop solutions that look beyond lighting, beyond control and beyond the technical aspects. It has enabled us to find a solution that we feel harmoniously combines them all.”