Ulysse Nardin has been named the official timekeeper of the 59th annual Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, which is scheduled to take place October 31 through November 4.
The company, which has crafted timepieces for 173 years, is planning to display one of its largest assortments of haute horlogerie ever shown in the United States. It will be presented at the Windward VIP Club in the Hall of Fame Marina.
Boat show attendees will have a chance to see collector’s items including the Tellurium Johannes Kepler from “Trilogy of Time,” and limited edition Minute Repeaters along with Marine Tourbillons and the new design called Freak.
A new Diver Chronometer, which was presented at the Monaco Yacht Show in September, will make its U.S. debut in Fort Lauderdale, including a limited edition Great White version.
“We are thrilled to once again partner with the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show,” François-Xavier Hotier, president of Ulysse Nardin Americas, stated in a press release. “Ulysse Nardin has longstanding ties to the sea, dating back to our origins as the main supplier of marine chronometers to navies around the world. This continues to be an important part of our story, along with a drive for innovation, precision, and reliability — values that are shared by the yachting community.”
Who can answer questions about Ulysse Nardin watches? Watchmakers will be on hand at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show to discuss all the intricacies.