The Hottest Yachting Accessory: Marine Mega Yacht Watch

Ulysses Nardin has released his most exclusive collection of watches yet and it’s crafted perfectly for the ideal yacht owner.


At the most recent Miami Boat Show, which took place on February 14 – 18, Ulysses Nardin’s CEO, Patrick Pruniax, unveiled the timepiece line titled the “Marine Mega Yacht Watch.”


The collection was intentionally held back from SIHH, the year’s biggest event for fine watchmaking until it premiered in Miami.

This costly marine-style watch is offered at a whopping $310,000 and comes with a series of marvelous details, fit for someone who loves to spend time on their ship.

Forbes reports that “the UN-631 caliber has 504 components – one-minute flying tourbillon at 6:00 on the dial with propeller motif, moon phase indication, tidal indication, ad coefficients, and power reserve system with 80 hours of reserve.”


Other aspects include three-dimensional movement similar to that of a ship’s engines and reconfigured tidal indications (for a location that the owner sets once they have they acquire the piece).


More specifically, the luxurious timepiece has a diameter of 37mm, features 504 components, and is wound by hand.

The watch also comes with a 3-D representation of the moon’s surface, with one half of the sphere in blue PVD for the period of the new moon and the other “rhodomized to simulate the illuminating effects of the sun,” as stated in press materials.

Other mind-blowing features include a contemporary anchor linked to the chain by an anchor ring and a tide indicator at 8 o’clock which displays tides in real time.

The authentic flagship has been specializing in exclusive watches for sailors since 1846.

For this particular series, only 30 pieces will be crafted globally. Ulysses Nardin employed top watchmakers as well as the small independent manufacturer, Cristophe Claret to create each piece.

Ulysse Nardin representatives emphasize that “watchmaking is above all an art form” and that this collection is “a perfect allegory of a voyage by sea and epitomizes the contemporary spirit of nautical luxury.”

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