The Explore E8 is a technologically advanced, light for metal-hulled superyachts. The mix of optics, electronics, form factor and internal driver work together to make one of the most advanced underwater lights on the market.
OceanLED’s Explore E8 & E9 are the first underwater lights in the World to achieve Sustainable Verification from Water Revolution Foundation.
The Explore Weld-In range has been designed in-house with the tenet of maximum output and effect for minimal use of energy. Due to its optimised design and extreme attention to reduce its impact on our planet, the Explore Weld-In is a significantly superior and ocean-friendly product.
Hull angling is achieved using highly efficient and innovative reflector optics inside the light. As such, bespoke-angled cofferdams are no longer required, and degree angle variants of 0˚ to 50˚ are instead achieved by the light’s own unique optical system.
E8’s focused and angled beam produces a defined blade of light that penetrates the water parallel to the surface, illuminating a more significant area with minimal light loss and maximum spread into the water.
When viewed from above and spaced effectively, the clearly defined 90˚ angle of the beam delivers a halo effect around the yacht with minimal dark space near the hull.
OceanLED has an in house dedicated customer service, sales and engineering team on hand to support our Superyacht clients in various stages of the build. With 2D and parametric 3D CAD facilities, OceanLED will follow projects from inception through to launch to ensure the best possible solution.
As part of our continuous strive for delivering the highest quality products to our customers, the Explore Weld-in Series is now certified to the highest achievable rating of protection against water ingress, also known as IP69k.
IP69k goes one step further than the industry standard IP68, the rating for continuous immersion in water. IP69k gives our customers total peace of mind when choosing the best possible solution for their superyacht.
Up to 50˚ angle to match the shape of the hull.
A true wide-angled, focused beam lights up a large area of water, flooding it with light.
Small form factor allows for easier placement and installation in the hull.
Please request a quote for bespoke Superyacht pricing.