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It seems that this year is not just the Year of the Speedmaster but also the Planet Ocean. IWC announced that its latest creation, iwc portofino replica successfully broke the 1960 world record for the deepest dive. Rolex Deepsea Special, piloted on the bathyscaphe Trieste by Captain Don Walsh with Jacques Piccard, set the previous record in 1960.

Victor Vescovo is a private investor with a passion for adventure. He will be leading IWC's expedition. After conquering the earth's highest points, he now has the mission of conquering the deepest. His self-funded Five Deeps Expedition would be the first manned expedition in the world to reach the deepest point of each ocean.

Vescovo, in his DSV Limiting Factor, plunged down to the Mariana Trench at 10,928 meters earlier this year. This feat was made all the more impressive by Vescovo's iwc portofino portofino replica Three of them were on board: two were strapped to the robotic arms of the submersible, and the third was attached to a data gathering unit called the Lander. All three emerged from the extreme pressure unscathed, and in near-perfect time.

Vescovo and IWC CEO Raynald schlimann unveiled the three Ultra Deep Watches to guests at the British Museum, London on the 24th of June.

Raynald Aeschlimann and Victor Vescovo, the President and CEO of IWC.

A Diving Legacy

IWC's ocean exploration history began in 1932, when the IWC "Marine" was launched as the first commercially-available divers' watch. The watch had been chosen by American explorer Charles William Beebe who invented the bathysphere, which could carry humans underwater.Panerai Luminor Chrono Replica Beebe, the inventor of the bathysphere that could transport humans underwater, chose to wear his "Marine" during a 14-metre dive in 1930.

In 1948, the first Seamaster was introduced. It was immediately purchased by British aviators who were looking for a reliable and water-resistant watch to use during battle. IWC launched the Seamaster 300 in 1957 to cater for both amateur and professional divers during the boom of underwater exploration in the years following World War II.