Buy Rolex Yachtmaster

Rolex
Rolesium
$10,440
AAA (2014)
Papers & Box
Rolex
Automatic 40mm
$9,580
AAA (2006)
Papers & Box
Rolex
Midsize
$6,490
AAA (2007)
Rolex
Midsize
$7,050
AAA (2002)
Rolex
Lady
$9,010
AAA (2001)
Papers & Box
Rolex
Lady
$4,080
AAA (2003)
Rolex
Rolesium
$7,670
AAA (2003)
Papers & Box
Rolex
Rolesium
$10,860
AAA (2017)
Papers & Box
Rolex
Rolesium
$10,750
AAA (2017)
Papers & Box
Rolex
Midsize
$6,050
AAA
Papers & Box
Rolex
Lady
$4,760
AAA (2003)
Rolex
Lady
$8,430
New (2004)
Papers & Box
Rolex
Steel & Everose Gold
$12,660
New (2018)
Papers & Box
Rolex
Lady
$9,010
AAA (2001)
Papers & Box
Rolex
Rolesium
$10,420
AAA (2017)
Papers & Box
Rolex
Midsize
$8,790
New
Papers & Box
Rolex
Lady
$5,650
AAA (2008)
Papers & Box
Rolex
Midsize
$6,550
AAA (2002)
Papers & Box

Rolex Yacht-Master – The Sailor’s Watch

In 1992, Rolex introduced their first nautical inspired Yacht-Master watch built with the sailor in mind. While the Rolex Submariner was intended for those who spend their time exploring the underwater world, the supremely luxurious Rolex Yacht-Master was more suited for those who enjoyed life aboard a plush yacht. 

Yacht-Master

The Yacht-Master was the first among the Rolex series of professional Oyster watches that was offered in three distinct sizes — 29mm, 35mm, and 40mm — making it ideal for either a gent’s or a lady’s wrist. Always crafted with the most precious of materials, whether in full gold, a mix of gold and steel, or a mix of platinum and steel, the Yacht-Master is the quintessential luxury sports watch yet, robust enough to handle life in the open seas. In 2015, Rolex unveiled a dramatically different looking Yacht-Master in 18k Everose pink gold available in 37mm or 40mm. Not only was the pink gold Yacht-Master the first ever within the collection to sport a black dial, but it was also the first to have its unidirectional rotating 60-minute graduated bezel fashioned from black Cerachrom ceramic and the first to be presented on the brand new Oysterflex metal and rubber strap. The 2015 Yacht-Master was an instant hit and Rolex followed it up in 2016 with a two-tone Rolesor stainless steel and Everose gold model, in addition to a Rolesium stainless steel and platinum model. 

Yacht-Master II

In 2007, the Rolex Yacht-Master II watch sailed onto the scene as the perfect timekeeping instrument for competitive sailors. Flexing its technical prowess, the Yacht-Master II was the world’s first watch outfitted with a programmable countdown with a mechanical memory. Rolex’s Regatta Chronograph is particularly impressive because the Caliber 4161 mechanical movement within its case is controlled by the outer bezel — fittingly named the Ring Command. Boasting the largest case within the Rolex catalog, the 44mm Yacht-Master II Oyster case houses a dynamic dial that indicates all the vital timing information a yachtsman may need during a competition. The Rolex Yacht-Master II is available in full yellow gold, full stainless steel, two-tone Rolesor steel and Everose pink gold, or an ultra deluxe model in white gold and platinum. 

Buying Pre-Owned Rolex Yacht-Master Watches

Whether opting for the casual chic Yacht-Master or technically advanced Yacht-Master II, there is a large variety of pre-owned Rolex Yacht-Masters to choose from. With a range of sizes, materials, and design configurations, the perfect used Rolex Yacht-Master or second-hand Yacht-Master II can be found within the Rolex secondary market at highly attractive prices.