From Switzerland to the sea Ulysse Nardin is famous for its pocket watches and has unveiled two new pieces from its star Marine Chronometer Manufacture collection. Ulysse Nardin began designing marine chronometers in the late 19th century during the boom in international maritime trade. Its goal...

Ulysse Nardin, captain of the watch frigate. The Le Locle-based watchmaker is celebrating its 8th year as official sponsor of the Monaco Yacht Club with a limited edition chronograph. The Principality of Monaco is a city state covering barely 2.02km² with a population of over 37,000. It...

Introducing the Ulysse Nardin Classico Schooner America The schooner called America won a sailing competition in 1851 that was renamed the America's Cup six years later in honour of the famous ship. The race is soon to host its 35th event making it the perfect time...

Introducing the Ulysse Nardin Grand Deck Marine Tourbillon Ulysse Nardin dropped anchor in the nautical world in 1846 and is still exploring maritime watchmaking paths and sailing the high seas with amazing designs such as the new Grand Deck Marine Tourbillon.Its wood inlay dial is inspired...

Introducing the Ulysse Nardin Classico Manufacture Watchmaker Ulysse Nardin founded his business in Le Locle in 1846. The brand famous for its pocket and marine chronometers is celebrating its 170th anniversary in 2016. To commemorate its legacy, the brand has designed a timeless limited edition watch...

The Le Locle watchmaker has been steeped in the ocean world since its very foundations as proven by the anchor on its current logo. The brand has been designing marine chronometers since the company was first founded in 1846 by Ulysse Nardin (1823-1876). The limited...

The 21st century working girl doesn’t have to choose between technology and glamour. She lives in the here and now, is in tune with the world and is a business woman who hops between planes and juggles different time zones without her style ever slipping....

There’s no doubting this piece’s true blue DNA: its navy rubber coating, the ocean waves washing over its case in a controlled sea swell, its serious water resistance (200m) and, of course, its name! 1846 of the limited edition Blue Ocean, part of the Marine...