The best watches for every type of vacation.
BY JON ALAIN GUZIK
Keeping track of what time zone you’re in can get confusing,
but the ( 1) Vacheron Constantin Overseas Dual Time will help
you stay on point. For travelers spending time on the high seas,
the ( 2) Panerai Luminor 1950 Regatta 3 Days Chrono Flyback
Automatic Titanio features a regatta countdown timer and
those unmistakable rugged Panerai good looks. For a summertime getaway, try a modern interpretation of the diving watch
from the small Belgian brand ( 3) Ressence. Its TYPE 5 fits
the bill in style, even if you never leave the beach. If hitting
the links is more your style, the ( 4) Richard Mille RM 38-01
makes for a compelling and iconic buy. For tennis lovers,
the delicious-looking ( 5) Rolex Oyster Perpetual Sky-Dweller
was made just for you. If you’re a winter sports fanatic, the
outrageous ( 6) Hublot Big Bang Alps Frosted Carbon is perfect
for hitting the slopes and looking ultra-chic around the lodge
après-ski. Whatever your activity of choice, we’ve got the
perfect watch for the perfect adventure.
Richard Mille RM 38-01;
US $799,000; richardmille.com.
Rolex Oyster Perpetual
Sky-Dweller, US $14,400;
rolex.com for more information.
Hublot Big Bang Alps Frosted
Carbon, US $25,200; hublot.com.
Panerai Luminor 1950 Regatta 3
Days Chrono Flyback Automatic
Titanio, US $17,200; panerai.com.
Ressence TYPE 5, US $33,800;
Sean Connery as
James Bond in
the 1965 classic
wearing a Geiger
Vacheron Constantin Overseas Dual
Time, US $24,700; available at
Vacheron Constantin boutiques.