Delma has introduced a tidal tracking feature to its Oceanmaster series of watches.
The new component enables tracking of the ebb and flow of the sea at port or in the most extreme and remote locations.
With high and low tide clearly indicated on the sleek bezel, Delma explained how aquatic adventurers will always be aware of tidal conditions.
The bezel is to be set by the user according to the local tide table, beginning with aligning the next high or low tide indicator to the position of when it will occur in their specific location.
Once set, the streamlined high and low tide indicators help to approximate the tide schedule based on the Lunar Day to forecast the next tidal occurrence.
In keeping with the collection, the Oceanmaster Tide is also equipped with a tactical planner and points of sail indicators set against a black dial making it a consummate tool for sea explorers.
The robust stainless-steel case is enhanced with crown protection and fastened on by a sturdy stainless-steel bracelet or blue genuine rubber strap.
It comes available in 3 varieties. The automatic possesses a custom Delma rotor which can be observed through the transparent case back and the quartz 3-hand and chronograph models feature a solid case back engraved with racing inspired sailboats.
Nick Moloney, Delma ambassador, accomplished sailor and sea adventurer, said: “To say that a sailor’s life revolves around the weather is true, but to a much greater extent it revolves around the rise and fall, and the ebb and flow of the tide.
“Beyond any other criteria, particularly in sectors of the oceans that have a large tidal coefficient, the ocean flow, driven by tide, is my first and principal assessment of the conditions I am to face in my daily connection to the sea, whether that be in racing, adventuring or simply seeking pleasure in this wonderful natural environment.“