Yacht-Master II

Charting Its Course

Style of the Yacht-Master II

The Yacht-Master II’s bold and distinguished marine character is firmly in line with the spirit of the Oyster Professional watches. The regatta chronograph’s clear display epitomises Rolex's constant attention to detail.

Its red-contoured countdown arrow and the seconds hand are readable at a glance against the dedicated 10‑minute countdown graduation on the dial and the graduations on the bezel.

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Unprecedented Interaction

Function of the Yacht-Master II

Rolex achieved perfection when it turned its attention to redefining the purpose and functionality of the bezel. Typically, a bezel operates independently from the internal mechanism; however, the Ring Command bezel in the Yacht-Master II regatta chronograph operates in conjunction with it. As a mechanical component linked to the movement, the bezel literally acts as the key to the programmable countdown, allowing it to be set and synchronised to the sequence of race start times. Complex in design, but simple in use, it is functionally beautiful.

On-the-Fly Synchronisation

Function of the Yacht-Master II

On-the-Fly Synchronisation

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Spirit of the Yacht-Master II

Yachting has an elegance that the sport’s harsh conditions cannot obscure. Along the Sardinian coastline, commanding yachts cut through the Mediterranean with agility and apparent ease. But the idyllic scene belies the competitiveness, for this is an event where the crews are determined to win.

The Parachrom Hairspring

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The Parachrom Hairspring

Triplock
Winding Crown

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Oyster Bracelet

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Oyster Bracelet

The Oyster bracelet is a perfect alchemy of form and function, aesthetics and technology. First introduced in the late 1930s, this particularly robust and comfortable metal bracelet with its broad, flat three-piece links remains the most universal bracelet in the Oyster collection.

4161 Movement

4161 Movement

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Certified Swiss Chronometer

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The four simple words Superlative Chronometer Officially Certified on a Rolex watch dial mean that the very movement inside the timepiece has endured 15 days and nights of testing by COSC (Contrôle Officiel Suisse des Chronomètres – Swiss Official Chronometer Testing Institute), an independent not-for-profit association. To receive COSC certification as a Swiss chronometer, a watch must demonstrate extreme precision in a variety of positions and temperatures. Rolex is unique in the industry: this is the standard level of quality required of every Rolex wristwatch movement.

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The Yacht-Master II

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