Panerai Radiomir 1/8 second Titanio 47mm chronograph is a limited edition work of Panerai for the 2010 Classic Sailing Challenge. It is equipped with a Panerai OP XXI self-winding movement and has a dual chase function. The 1/8 second chronograph dial is set at 9 o’clock, the chronograph second hand and the double chase chronograph hand are located in the center, and the minute counter at 3 o’clock has a scale for calculating the speed of the sailing boat.
Antiquity is also a fortune-Panerai Classic Sailing Challenge
The Panerai Classic Regatta, which began in 2005, is an international tour dedicated to both vintage and classic sailing. The result of the competition is no longer significant, it is just a means of tracing history. Panerai, who is particularly good at creating wealth from nostalgia, obviously feels the same.
The 2010 Panerai Classic Sailing Challenge includes nine of the most important classic and classic sailing events, divided into the Mediterranean Tour and the North American Tour, with awards. Sailing ships participating in the Mediterranean Tour will be divided into ‘classic sailing boats (built before 1950)’, ‘classic sailing boats (built between 1950 and 1975)’ and ‘traditional spirit (antique design, and in 1975 After launching the sailboat) ‘three groups. The other group is ‘Big Ship’, which is specially designed for sailing boats with a length of more than 30 meters. This group will only be added when there are enough boats to participate. The rules of the North American Tour are more complicated. Not all events can be summarized as part of these two tours: for vessels participating in the British Classic Sailing Club Coz or Antigua Classic Sailing Challenge, the results of their overall ranking of the tour and the competition for the two sets of tours The event’s ultimate trophy has no effect.
In addition to more than 500 participating ships, the 22-meter Bermuda sailing boat Eilean, designed and built by the legendary Scottish shipyard Fife in 1936, will also debut for this year’s classic sailing event. The ship has a wealth of experience, crossing the Atlantic at least 36 times, but it was worn out when it was found in 2006 on Antigua in the Caribbean. Panerai, dedicated to maintaining and promoting classic sailing, bought it for a three-year comprehensive restoration, not only retaining her appearance and characteristics, but also retaining most of the original ship’s materials.