Ulysse Nardin unveiled the Marine Mega Yacht, a complicated uber-luxury timepiece designed for the person who owns a mega yacht. The new Marine Mega Yacht is the latest addition to the Marine Grand Deck Tourbillon range which was introduced in 2016 as a collection of high complication timepieces inspired by all things aquatic.
Unveiled at the Miami Yacht Show, the Marine Mega Yacht will be available as a limited edition of 30 pieces. Presented in a 44 mm diameter platinum case, the Mega Yacht is limited to 30 pieces, with an engraved plaque showing “X/30” riveted to the left flank of the case, with a 3D grand feu enamel dial inspired by the shape of a yacht’s bow as it cruises through the waves. The watch is powered by a calibre UN-631 movement with a flying tourbillon complication in the form of a propeller located at 6 o’clock.
On the left side of the dial is a complex mechanism which consists of a three-dimensional moonphase indicator, tide indicator, and tide height indicator also been included as a practical function to help captains optimise their choice of anchorage. An anchor on the right side of the dial, connected to the windlass mechanism at 12 o’clock, raises and falls like a ship’s anchor, to show the current amount power reserve (80-hours max). This unique mechanism is patent pending.
The Marine Mega Yacht is priced at $310,000 and features a 44mm platinum case with water resistance to 50 metres and a navy alligator leather strap. Learn more at Ulysse Nardin. Discover Opulent Club on Apple News.
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