Rolex Wraps Up a Successful Season Awarding Watches at Two Major Sailing Regattas
Two of Rolex’s most esteemed supported cruising occasions just wrapped up with some gifted and cheerful yachtsmen leaving with invaluable uncommonly engraved honor watches. The Rolex Big Boat Series in San Francisco and the Rolex New York Yacht Club Invitational Cup are two of the greatest cruising competitions on the yearly schedule, and large numbers of the mariners and yacht proprietors are as of now Rolex proprietors. Yet, regardless of the number of Rolexes you may possess there is still no higher honor than “winning the watch” in any game, and cruising is no exception.
Rolex has granted the best mariners at this occasion. (Credit: Sail-World)
Rolex decides to grant the tempered steel Submariners in these regattas, showing the flexibility and all inclusive allure of a definitive games watch. Dissimilar to retail forms, these are exceptionally engraved and come in novel green calfskin introduction boxes. While numerous yachtsmen decide to wear their honor watches there are in every case some who lock them away for care. Seldom do you see these pieces, which can’t be gained by different methods, come up for sale.
The competition is was wild, however just one has arisen successful. (Credit: Sail-World)
Rolex Big Boat Series
At the Rolex Big Boat Series, Rolex granted six Submariners to victors of the supposed never-ending prizes, the top yachtsmen in their group. This was the 53rd running of the renowned race, which is facilitated by the St. Francis Yacht Club in San Francisco Bay. The arrangement is comprised of seven races occurring more than four days, with victors blessed in eleven distinct classes. This year there were 89 superb yachts competing for the prizes. The super lofty never-ending prizes are kept at the St. Francis Yacht Club and are substantially more amazing than the caring you will bring home. Combined with the way that the champs get Rolexes, their names are engraved on the prizes for all to appreciate. One of these is the City of San Francisco Trophy, which is really a gold-plated scoop used to kick things off on the Golden Gate Bridge in 1933, and it’s justifiably perhaps the most pined for prizes in cruising. This year the Pac 52 yacht Beau Geste took the prize. The 52-footer beat the competition cruises down. The Commodore’s Cup in the interim went to the J-boat Good Timin’.
Rolex has granted Submariners to the champs. (Credit: Sail-World)
Rolex New York Yacht Club Invitational Cup
In Newport, the Rolex New York Yacht Club Invitational Cup is quite possibly the most respectful occasions you’ll at any point see. The New York Yacht Club in obviously perhaps the best clubs on the planet, and races are hard battled in Narragansett Bay. This year the Southern Yacht Club in New Orleans, established in 1849, came up to beat the Northerners on their home ocean. Overcoming their nearest competitors, the Royal Sydney Yacht Squadron from Australia, alongside 12 other yacht clubs from around the globe, SYC gushingly guaranteed the prize and the prize watches in what has been known as “a definitive one-plan, enormous boat competition.” This was the fifth running of the Rolex New York Yacht Club Invitational Cup, and the cruising activity was covered by the exquisite Rolex Awards Dinner at Harbor Court, the NYYC’s delightful chateau turned-club house sitting above Narragansett Bay. You can wager there was a lot comparing of Rolexes around the table.