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ELATION LEDS GO TO SEA WITH ROYAL CARIBBEAN
Grease - performed on Harmony of the Seas
Grease - performed on Harmony of the Seas

The largest cruise ship in the world, Royal Caribbean International’s Harmony of the Seas, has set sail with a large energy-efficient Elation Professional LED lighting package used in the ship’s main entertainment and relaxation areas. As the third member of Royal Caribbean’s Oasis-class, Harmony of the Seas is similar to her two sister ships Oasis of the Seas and Allure of the Seas, however with design changes, extra amenities and entertainment technology upgrades.

"There is a lot of LED on board Harmony of the Seas, much more than the previous Oasis-class ships, which had very little LED lighting,” stated Christopher Vlassopulos, Superintendent SLVR & Architectural Lighting for Royal Caribbean International, who coordinated the design and specification for all the entertainment equipment in Harmony of the Sea’s public spaces, including the ship’s entertainment lighting systems. "This ship is really a testament to how far LED technology has come since Allure of the Seas launched seven years ago.”

Vlassopulos explains, "The directive of no incandescent lamps onboard and no lamp changes means we realize millions of dollars in savings over the lifetime of Royal Caribbean ships,” he says. "By switching from incandescent to LED we benefit from less maintenance and less power used, and with less heat generated there is a lower burden on the air conditioning system which translates into power and fuel savings. The dollar savings over the lifetime of a ship is quite significant.” The savings extends to other areas as well. With the Elation LED systems there is less cabling, fewer connections to contend with, and there are no dimmers to work with.

The real advantage with technology is that it gives us more flexibility ."It’s more sophisticated lighting yet with money savings.”

Web Link: www.elationlighting.com

Date : 25-11-2016


 









 
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