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September 2022
  • These watches are made for adventure – for watersports, from the ocean depths to the open sea.

The call of the sea

These watches are made for adventure – for watersports, from the ocean depths to the open sea.

By Julie de los Rios

Rolex. Sparkling

This year brings new sophistication to the Yacht-Master 40, first launched in 1992. Its rotating bezel is set with trapeze-cut gems. White diamonds accentuate pink, sky-blue and dark blue sapphires that echo the glinting reflections of the sea.


Panerai. Neoclassic

Paneira has made just 1500 of this special edition Luminor Luna Rossa PAM01342, reinterpreted in nautical style, water-resistant to 100m and powered by the P.6000 movement with a 3-day power reserve.


Tudor. Urban chic

The new Pelagos 39 is the perfect model for urbanites who like to go diving on holiday. This stylish technical watch, powered by Tudor’s own MT5402 movement, is available with black rubber strap or satin-finish titanium bracelet with Tudor T-Fit clasp.


Breitling. Multi-purpose 

Breitling has redesigned its dive watch this year. The new version, inspired by the Superocean Slow Motion of the 1960s and ‘70s, is water-resistant to 300m. It comes in steel, steel and gold or bronze, and a range of bright colours. It’s fit and ready for surfing, diving, swimming or strolling along the water’s edge


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