Saatolog Picks – Yacht Style

To relish the last days of summer, all of us are looking for new holiday locations. For some of us, this new location will be their boats or yachts. That is why, as Saatolog editors, we have compiled boat / yacht style, meant you will look better than ever in the last days of this summer.

Ami Hat

Whenever Ami, the abbreviation of Alexandre Mattiussi’s name, bears its trademark logo in a design, it achieves an iconic attitude. This blue hat, which we chose inspired by the blue waters, will make your yacht style iconic.

Brunello Cucinelli Vest

As you know, sailing means to be ready for any weather changes. Therefore, when the sky clouded up, you might want to wear a thin sweater or vest. Brunello Cucinelli’s this vest, which is God of Italian craftsmanship, so to speak, is a perfect choice for mid-season clothing and yacht / boat holidays.

Dries Van Noten Slippers

Not so long ago, slippers with two or three straps began to be worn on the streets as well as houses. Now, these trendy slippers are also being used in the waters. Reflecting the aesthetic of Antwerp-based designer Dries Van Noten, these slippers will look perfect on your boat.

Paul Smith Shirt

When it comes to summer look and vigorous colors, of course, we think of Paul Smith. That is why, we choose a summer shirt from this British brand. With flower and bird motifs, pajama collar shirt is such beautiful that could be written in the captain’s logbook.

Saint Laurent Sunglasses

Anthony Vaccarello’s rock-glam aesthetics is reflected in every design produced under the roof of Saint Laurent. Although these sunglasses may seem minimalist at first glance, at the time you take your place on the boat by wearing your sunglasses, you will understand well what we mean.

Ulysse Nardin Watch

Combining haute horology with maritime, Ulysse Nardin is in mind, when it comes to sailing. The Marine Torpilleur Automatic 42 mm has a self-winding movement which offers 60-hour power reserve. This timepiece is ready to be on your wrist with its date window on the dial and the chronometer sub-dial, which are details that you need in sea voyage.