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The essential interior design guide to on board entertaining

The essential interior design guide to on board entertaining

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Glass act

“Stock the same crystal across all bars on board so that when you host a party people on different decks have the same glasses,” advises Caddick. “Champagne flutes in a selection of colours are always fun.”

Moser’s new collection, A Tale of Colours (above), speaks to the trend towards colourful crystal. “By using different kinds of decoration such as cuttings, coloured glass gets a very special optic effect,” says Lukas Jaburek, the company’s art director. Moser can design handmade, limited collections of glassware for yachts.

Glassware should complement the taste of the drinks, too. Puiforcat’s sterling silver champagne tumblers are designed to enhance the sparkling effect of champagne. “The metallic tumbler accentuates the chilled nature and provides a different way to taste champagne and sparkling wines,” says Puiforcat’s Amelie de Cagny.

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