- Center hour, minute, seconds hands – these tell the local time
- 24-hour disc – this off-centered ring tells the hour in the second timezone. The red arrow above it is used as reference.
- Month indicators – right above each hour marker are apertures that indicate the month. The box will appear to be color red to indicate the month. For example, the watch above has 11 o’clock marked, so the month indicated is November.
- Regatta chronograph – the blue contour in the middle of the dial is the regatta countdown timer, which works with the red countdown arrow in the center. In regatta races, sailors have to accurately measure the 10-minute countdown to the start of the race.
- Ring Command Bezel – the bezel mirrors the regatta countdown timer. This is rotated counterclockwise to access, set, and then lock the programming of the 10-minute countdown chronograph.
- Pushers – these are used to access the chronograph functions of the watch. Press the top pusher to start and stop the chronograph seconds hand. It will begin to sweep clockwise on the dial. Press the bottom pusher to reset the seconds hand back to 12 o’clock position.
- Date – shown in the outermost track; used in conjuction with the thin, blued hands. This is controlled by an inconspicuous pusher on the case at 8 o’clock.
- Lunar cycle – represented by the empty silver ring on the blue moonphase subdial
- Full moon – the meteorite disc on the moonphase subdial
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