The trophies from GC32 Racing Tour during the Copa del Rey MAPFRE were presented by King Felipe VI of Spain outside of the Cathedral of Santa Maria of Palma Saturday evening. This included the NAUTILO watch for the ANONIMO Speed Challenge, won by Erik Maris and Zoulou. This internationally renowned event was the opportunity for ANONIMO to announce a limited edition coming later this fall in 17 pieces.
Despite picking up a three-point penalty on the GC32 Racing Tour competition at 36 Copa del Rey MAPFRE, Zoulou team consoled themselves winning the ANONIMO Speed Challenge and a NAUTILO watch. French skipper Eric Maris was pleased with his new wrist-wear. After renewing with sailing in 2016, ANONIMO confirmed earlier this year its commitment to this sport as official timekeeper of the GC32 Racing Tour and pioneer in the creation of a "Speed Challenge". Being in the center of the calendar race, Palma de Mallorca was the opportunity for the brand to keeps establishing its reputation in the field of sailing by announcing a new NAUTILO edition.
The famous diving watch will glow yellow in tune with the color of GC32 Racing Tour with a specific engraving on the case back. Limited to 17 pieces as the year of creation of the ANONIMO speed Challenge, it comes with a yellow and black NATO bracelet. On the famous “Bottom Time”, the marking of the first fifteen minutes on the bezel is also yellow. To continue the two-color theme, the counterweight of the second hand, which takes the shape of the logo, also matches, of course! The 44.4 mm “diver” NAUTILO comes with an automatic movement, and is water resistant down to 200 metres.
Supplied with a black rubber and a bi-color NATO bracelet, it will show off two differing styles, sporty or elegant, both of which perfectly showcase the sport-chic character of ANONIMO.
For further information (media):
Stefan Züger and Gere Gretz, media contact Anonimo
c/o Gretz Communications AG, Zähringerstr. 16, 3012 Bern,
Tel. 031 300 30 70, Fax 031 300 30 77, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org