You probably have already seen the many amazing yachts that we feature in Haute Yachts. But whether you are on one of those superyachts or enjoy the water from a smaller vessel, the requirements for the watch you wear are quite similar: sturdy, waterproof and good looking!
Breguet Marine 5887
Abraham-Louis Breguet was appointed the official Chronometer maker of the French Navy in 1815, and two centuries later the brand still makes watches worthy of a life on the seven seas. The Marine 5887 is for this the piece de resistance, combining a perpetual calendar with a running equation of time and a tourbillon. The blue dial features a wave motif, and the back of the movement is engraved with the image of a French Navy vessel from the 1800’s. A bit too precious to wear on board your yacht? Not to worry, it is water resistant up to 100 meters!
With a name like this, it is almost a no-brainer that this watch is perfect to enjoy a day on your yacht with. The Yacht-Master combines the performance capability of the Rolex Professional-range, with a more lifestyle look. This makes it perfect to enjoy the many activities on, in and under water during the day, but it equally stands it ground in the evening, under a sports coat enjoying dinner in a fine restaurant.The combination of the stainless steel, everose gold, and chocolate sunburst dial make it an eye-catcher for any occasion.
Ulysse Nardin Grand Deck
Few watches have such a visual connection to the world of (sailing) yachts as the Ulysse Nardin Grand Deck. The dial is crafted like a deck, made from wood marquetry, in which a flying tourbillon ensures the precision of this watch. While the hours are displayed by a large window in the top part of the dial, are the minutes indicated by a beam that is pulled by wires. An extraordinary accomplishment and one that stands out, even in the world of Haute Horlogerie.
Omega Seamaster 300M
While the first Omega Seamaster was introduced in 1948, the Seamaster 300M became part of the collection in 1993 and has been a favourite ever since. It is a watch that became an icon, not in the least because it graced the wrist of the world’s most famous secret agent, James Bond. This year Omega revamped the Seamaster 300M collection and to celebrate its 25th anniversary introduced a limited edition that combines three exceptional metal in one watch: Titanium, Tantalum and Sedna Gold. The result is a very expressive watch that is as light as it is strong. It has a high-tech yet precious look, making it perfect for those with a modern style (super)yacht