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Compass Rose restaurant

Regent Seven Seas Explorer

Genova - Italy



The Seven Seas Explorer® is spaciously intimate, breathlessly elegant and appears to be the world's most luxurious cruise ship. Preciosa is the proud producer of lighting solutions for the ship's main restaurant Compass Rose and many other spaces on this luxurious cruise ship.

The sea became the design inspiration for the aquamarine lighting installation situated in the Compass Rose restaurant.
Bohemian hand blown crystal glass droplets in combination with fused glass with chips create together wavy and organic object, that evokes impression like you are under water when looking at the lighting fixture from underneath.
The lenght of the lighting fixture is more than 9 meters and in width almost 3 meters.


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Preciosa Lighting sets sail on the high seas. See how our custom lighting completes this beautiful ship.

Other luminaries
Other luminaries

Preciosa Lighting created also other luminaries for the casino, atrium and boutiques on Deck 4, the library on Deck 11, master suites on Deck 8 and 9,

and the Regent Suite on Deck 14. All the beautiful and breathtaking chandeliers were developed in collaboration with Tillberg Design based in Sweden.

Cruise ship

The Seven Seas Explorer

The Seven Seas Explorer® is the fourth – and the largest – of the company's fleet. Its construction started in july 2014 in the Fincantieri Shipyard in Genoa. The ship was officially welcomed to the Regent Seven Seas Cruises´ fleet on July 13th, 2016 in Monaco and christened by Her Serene Highness the Princess of Monaco. The Seven Seas Explorer® is spaciously intimate, breathlessly elegant and appears to be the world's most luxurious cruise ship. The overall length of the ship is 735 ft. (224 m) and the width is 102 ft. (31 m). The ship weighs more than 55 tons, accommodates 750 guests and offers 10 guest decks.
The Seven Seas Explorer

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