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A Graceful setting for


Robe Lighting


Robe create lighting scheme for La Grace.


Specialist, Czech based lighting company, Robe Lighting, have had the unique opportunity to create a special lighting scheme for “La Grace”, a replica of a 17th century corsairs ship. Moored in the picturesque harbor of Flisyos Marina, Athens, the pirate ship was open to the public for viewing for 2 days. Although moored in Athens, the ship had quite an international involvement, as Czech enthusiasts built it in a shipyard in Suez, Egypt. The ship’s international associations will be furthered by the role the ship will play as an International Sea cadet training facility. Robe lighting jumped at the chance to be


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involved in the project when approached by the Czech consulate in Greece. To accentuate the ships elegant shape, La Grace's hull and sails were illuminated by 4 Robe CitySkape Xtremes, a high-powered outdoor LED fixture with 188 homogenised RGBW LEDs, positioned on the quayside. The 2 masts were up-lit by 4 x Robe CitySource 96s. The decks and 4 replica cannons were bathed in light from 4 x CitySkape 48s, making a dramatic contrast, and evoking the mood of the original La Grace's successful working days as a 'privateer' vessel. Jiri Baros, Marketing Manager for Robe Lighting, explains that: "Very much central


to our lighting design was the desire to enhance La Grace as she was, retain her natural beauty, and ensure that the lighting was chic, theatrical and dramatic. It could not be overpowering, but at the same time we had to make La Grace even more spectacular for this occasion".


For more info on Robe Lighting: www.robe.cz


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