The renowned extreme-performance boating manufacturer Midnight Express and Ulysse Nardin come together to showcase a new 43-foot center console in the Midnight Express booth
Ulysse Nardin/Midnight Express
The Swiss watchmaker Ulysse Nardin recently set out in the world of power boating with the launch of the Midnight Express 43′ Open Ulysse Nardin. For this matter the guru of horology has teamed up with one of the most powerful navigators in the world of power boating, Midnight Express. To commemorate the occasion, Ulysse Nardin also is presenting the dual-branded Marine Diver Midnight Express.
In its 169 years of history, Ulysse Nardin had been widely honored as a specialist in marine chronometers. Among the most reliable and accurate ever made, Ulysse Nardin’s marine chronometers have seen service with the navies of some 50 countries during the mid-1800s. The new sporty Marine Diver Midnight Express timekeeper is made in stainless steel and delivered with a set of two exclusive rubber stamps. The nautical motif continues with wave patters adorning the bezel and dial. The maritime stripes set off the strap, further adding to the wristwatch’s marine inspired style. Another unique feature is the Seven Marine logo found on the dial at 7 o’clock.
Ulysse Nardin is proud to become associated with one of the most powerful navigators in the world of powerboating,” said Patrik Hoffman, CEO of Ulysse Nardin. “While both companies are fascinated by the sea, it is the common drive for innovation and the use of professional engineering that makes this new partnership most inspiring.
A sexy Midnight Express 43′ Open Ulysse Nardin powerboat definitely steals the spotlight, symbolizing the top notch of decades of nautical history and groundbreaking mastery. Seven Marine, who manufactures most powerful outboard motors, is outfitting the Ulysse Nardin boat with the first set of Quad high performance GT 557 motors, powering it by 4 Seven Marine 557hp motors. The one-of-a-kind vessel is painted in Ulysse Nardin’s signature blue and gold, with the logo stitched, etched and painted onto the hillsides, embroidered upholstery, flooring and fiberglass. A pair of in-dash watch winders on the center console refers to the nautical and horological connection of the Ulysse Nardin legacy.
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