Back in 2003 in order to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Submariner, Rolex launched the ref. 16610LV with its unmistakeable green bezel and maxi dial with larger luminous markers and thicker hands. This beautiful watch is no longer produced by Rolex and has become an iconic piece within the long history of the Submariner.
The Maldives, officially the Republic of the Maldives and also referred to as the Maldive Islands, is an island nation located in the Indian Ocean. Consisting of a double chain of 26 atolls is one of the greatest destinations for beach travelers. About 700 kilometers southwest of Sri Lanka and 400 kilometers southwest of India you can find the Coco Budu Hithi resort where watch lifestyler Ham went on his honeymoon.
At $1900 a night the Coco Budu Hithi resort can guarantee you will have the trip of a lifetime. A destination where the only limit is your imagination, discover tailor-made experiences that will inspire you.
Without a doubt the Rolex Submariner 50th Anniversary is the perfect companion for a beach trip. Whether you are a serious diver or you just enjoy snorkeling in the shallow waters, there's one thing you can be pretty sure about, your Rolex Sub will stay dry inside as its movement is securely protected with its hermetic oyster case to a depth of up to 300m/1000ft.
As you can see by the pictures this place is just a fantastic oasis. The views, the service, the accommodations and the experience are just as posh as it gets. Not to mention that during our friend's trip they had the opportunity to see a beautiful sea turtle while swimming right outside of their bungalow.
Additionally, while in the Maldives rest assure that food will be spectacular and if you are a sushi lover, you will enjoy one of the best sashimis you've ever had and almost as good as if you had been in the middle of Ginza in Tokyo.