Known as the watch of the “open seas” because of Rolex’s strong links to the nautical world and the sport of sailing, the sleek, black Yacht-Master was a hit for the brand in 2015. Given its popularity and success among women buyers, Rolex decided to decline the model in a smaller 37mm version for women. Designed as a professional nautical instrument with a rotating 60-minute bezel, the cool matte black ceramic insert with raised polished numerals stand out clearly against the warm Everose gold case. The large hour markers and hands have been treated with a trademark Rolex luminescent product known as Chromalight, which emits a long-lasting blue glow in the dark. The 38mm Everose gold case is water-resistant to 100 metres and houses a movement that complies with the strict precision rates set out by Rolex, with daily deviations of just -2/+2 seconds. Like the Datejust, the Yacht-Master features a date window at 3 o’clock with a Cyclops lens for easy consultations. Presented on a bracelet that is as reliable and robust as a metal bracelet but with the flexibility and comfort of a high-performance Elastomer strap, the Oysterflex bracelet features a unique system to ensure your wrist won’t get clammy in the heat.