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Top 8 adventure watches for your explorer yacht

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Hublot Big Bang Unico Sapphire

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Hublot Big Bang Unico Sapphire

Created entirely from the hardest material in the watchmaking industry - sapphire - the newest Hublot Big Bang Unico is so tough that only a diamond can scratch it. This 500-piece limited edition also offers water resistance to 100 metres, chronograph functions and, because it's completely transparent, also doubles up as one of the best skeleton watches.

Big Bang Unico Sapphire, $57,900, Hublot

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Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean 43.5mm Auto

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Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean 43.5mm Auto

Unveiled to an enthusiastic reception at Baselworld 2016, Omega's colourful new addition to the Seamaster range mixes rubber and ceramic to create a hardy watch built for the needs of even the most intrepid explorer. Water resistant to an impressive 600 metres, aesthetics have not been forgotten with a bright orange rubber coating on the first 15 minutes of the bezel and an intricate wave pattern etched in to the caseback.

Seamaster Planet Ocean 43.5mm Auto, CHF5,700, Omega

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Zenith El Primero Stratos Flyback Rainbow

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Zenith El Primero Stratos Flyback Rainbow watch

When Colonel John Blashford-Snell set off in 1971 with a team of men and two Range Rovers to tackle the British Trans-Americas expedition – which included crossing the 250-mile swampland of the Darien Gap in Panama – he relied on a Zenith El Primero chronograph to keep track of time. It survived and stayed with him for 40 years before Zenith provided the modern equivalent, the even sturdier Stratos Flyback.

Zenith El Primero Stratos Flyback Rainbow, _£6,100, zenith-watches.com_

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