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‘Monaco’ watch to debut at yacht show

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Swiss luxury watch brand Ulysse Nardin, a long-standing sponsor of the Monaco Yacht Show, will arrive at this year’s show with a new addition to its “Monaco” range of marine timepieces. Marking the brand’s ninth consecutive year as an official sponsor of the event, the limited edition timepiece range will be unveiled at the Monaco Yacht Show Upper Deck Lounge, under the exhibition tent Parvis Piscine. Limited to just 100 pieces, this latest watch range is a new addition to Ulysse Nardin’s Marine Collection.

Now in its 27th year, the Monaco Yacht Show will be held Sept. 27-30.

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