Scaling the Everest has gotten easier, if it’s that the Explorer. Talking of water, Rolex Yacht-Master has become the ruler of the open seas, together with the Submariner and the Sea-Dweller from the diving watch household. Rolex Yacht-Master has instilled a spirit in yachting game with its waterproofness and performance. About 6 years following the introduction of the first show, Rolex chose to stand the collection from the remainder out. A two-tone Yacht-Master was created by the company — instead of featuring gold and silver steel, the new model had a mix of platinum and stainless steel. This layout came to be called Rolesium. It started the way for the two-tone Yacht-Master and also the Yacht-Master II. Some of the Rolex Yacht-Master watches with a two-tone Rolesium or Rolesor (combination of steel and gold ) are: Rolex Yacht-Master Black MOP Yellow Gold Steel Yacht-Master 168623-BMOPO is just one of the very few watches that rule in a league of their own. The timepiece includes a yellow Rolesor casing of this blend of yellow gold with 904L Oyster steel. This enhances the robustness of the watch, whilst improving its luster. As with the other Rolesor Yacht-Masters, 168623-BMOPO includes a 60-minute calibrated rotatable bezel that’s in gold. This bezel is helpful on the open sea since it allows the watch wearer to calculate the time increment while sailing. Yacht-Master 168623-BMOPO features a mother of pearl dial with yellow gold Mercedes hands and hour indicators. Besides, behind this dial, the 35mm watch harbors a 31-jewel Caliber 2235 self-winding motion. Having aced the accuracy criteria by the Contrôle Officiel Suisse des Chronomètres, precise time is told by 168623-BMOPO watch with a golden splendor. To assure a fit that is comfy, the Rolex Yacht-Master Gold Steel version includes a Rolesor bracelet using an Oysterlock grip.