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Sailing Watches

From tracking the tides to nighttime power, there's a sailing watch to fit your every need.

June 13, 2017
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Reactor Watches

Reactor Atom

Reactor Atom Reactor Watches

The Reactor Atom with NeverDark technology is designed for easy reading, no matter what the conditions are, making it a good companion during a nighttime stint at the helm. The watch, which is also available in a women’s style, is constructed of marine-grade stainless steel and is water-resistant to 200 meters.

$400

Freestyle

Freestyle Mariner Tide

Freestyle Mariner Tide Freestyle

Made just for life on the water, the Mariner Tide by Freestyle provides tide direction, time and height data as well as sunset and sunrise times with the touch of a button. The watch has a silicone band and is water-resistant to 100 meters.

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$100

Nixon

Nixon Base Tide

Nixon Base Tide Nixon

No need to guess where the tide cycle is — get the info you need with just a glance. Water resistant to 100 meters, the Base Tide keeps it simple with tide and time data on clear display. The retro style features a nylon band with Velcro closure.

$100

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Luminox

Luminox Sea Turtle

Luminox Sea Turtle Luminox

The Sea Turtle is the newest addition to ­Luminox’s Sea Series. The tough, lightweight watch features self-­powered illumination, a scratch-­resistant glass crystal face and a stainless-­steel double-­gasket protected crown. It’s also available in two sizes: 44 mm and 39 mm.

$250

Panerai

Panerai Luminor Marina

Panerai Luminor Marina Panerai

Splurge alert! Luxury watch maker Panerai is an official partner of the 35th America’s Cup and, to mark the occasion, has released several limited-­edition watches, ­including the Luminor Marina. The America’s Cup logo is heat-­embossed on the strap, and Oracle Team USA’s logo is in relief on the watch back.

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$7,100

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