Aqualuma lights up Maritimo

Aqualuma lights up Maritimo

UNDERWATER lighting company Aqualuma has secured the contract to supply its products to Coomera luxury motor yacht builder Maritimo.

Maritimo plans to build around 50 luxury cruisers this year with each boat using around $5000 of OEM lighting. The contract is worth $300,000 in revenue for the Helensvale company.




Aqualuma director Grant Amor, describes the JV as a reunion of two high-quality Australian products.

“Maritimo is a very high-quality product, and we like to associate ourselves with like brands,” says Amor.

“The company is also expanding its market overseas, and we have our products all over the world which was another factor considered in selecting Aqualuma as an OEM fit.

“Our distribution centres have the ability to assist their customers with upgrades or technical support if required.”

Aqualuma’s innovative through-hull lighting is non corrosive and fully serviceable from the inside of the vessel.

“The quality of the product, the after sales support, and the research that goes into the lights is probably the best in the world,” says Maritimo production manager Phil Frazer.

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