Vela watches since 1895

At Milan Yachting Week you will find watches born to be used at sea since 1895, when Heuer patented one of the first waterproof cases for pocket watches. Water-resistant to 300 meters, the Aquaracer is powered by the famous Caliber 5, a self-winding mechanical movement. Rounding out the features of this timepiece is the option of pairing it with a polished and satin-finished, 3-row steel bracelet with a polished steel folding clasp.

TAG Heuer, a Swiss chronograph brand formerly partnered with Intrepid in the 1960s, more recently with Oracle, winner of the America’s Cup in San Francisco in 2013, the TAG Heuer VelaCup and the 151-mile – Cetilar Trophy, cultivates the passion, innovation, spirit of freedom and adventure of sailing. The TAG Heuer Aquaracer is the perfect model for the sailor who wants a reliable watch with unmistakable style, in a nutshell the ideal tool to wear on your wrist to experience the sea and sailing without making any compromises.

But among the Aquaracer models on display at Milan Yachting Week is a very special one. TAG Heuer, which collaborates with Il Giornale della Vela in sailing-related initiatives and events, wanted to participate in the 45th anniversary celebration of VELA by producing 3 customized Special Editions of its legendary Aquaracer sailing watch reserved for owners, crews and enthusiasts. A unique gift to personalize and give to a true sea and SAIL enthusiast! The TAG Heuer Aquaracer Special Edition “45 Years SAILing” package also contains two valuable technical accessories, to be kept and used at all times on the boat.

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Contact TAG Heuer technicians if you want, find out what Aquaracer looks like by visiting the product in the booth at Milan Yachting Week now by clicking directly HERE. You will also be able to dialogue directly with TAG Heuer experts via email and perhaps go to see it live by booking an appointment.


Federico Rossi
Author:Federico Rossi


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