Rolex Yachtmaster Dials
Rolex is known for creating watches for just about any sport and niche. The divers have the Submariner and Seadweller, scientists have the Milgauss, and racers have the Daytona. In 1992, superyacht owners and sailing enthusiasts got the Rolex they were waiting for – the Yachtmaster.
Unlike Rolex’s previous water sport watches, the Yachtmaster was not a tool watch but a luxury watch through and through. With a 100m water resistance and plenty of style and flair, it was suited for wearing on the decks of boats and in yacht clubs.
So popular was the Yachtmaster that Rolex took the decision to offer it in multiple sizes, and to this day remains the only Rolex sport watch available in three sizes (37, 40, and 42mm). It doesn’t fall short on dial designs either! Check out the opulent dials of the Rolex Yachtmaster collection: