First released in 1992 as a modern reboot of the classic Submariner model, the Yacht-Master 40 timepiece has since become one of Rolex's signature models. At this year's Baselworld, Rolex has unveiled a trio of new hues for this icon, the most striking of which is the Everrose edition.
The model sports a case that blends 904L steel with 18K Everrose gold and a dark chocolate dial with rose gold markings, which amplify its elegant yet sporty allure. It is powered by a self-winding caliber 3135 complete with Rolex’s Superlative Chronometer certification. It's also waterproof up to 100 meters and can withstand extreme temperatures.
The price is expected to be around $11,500 (€10,200), and if you're not really fond of rose gold, there are also steel and platinum iterations of the Yacht-Master 40.