I had an opportunity to experience these watch trunks from Piaget a few months ago while some Piaget representatives where in San Francisco at a watch show. I was impressed that the company had these enormous custom made watch cases fit for a passenger on the Titanic. What I didn't know was that enough people would declare "I want one," sufficient for Piaget to go out and produce enough of them for sale to the semi-public. Well here you have it, the Piaget Collector's Trunk is surely kit for a king, or any other manner of royalty (price to correspond).
I've always been a fan of the Corum Admiral's Cup lines of watch, the more modern versions that is. The watch is meant to celebrate the Admiral's Cup yacht race, that you've only heard about if you are known in some circles as "admiral," or are currently wearing deck shoes. The trademark of the watches are the flags that have been used as hour indicators. Oh, and the chronograph seconds hand that was apparently fashioned from a cocktail drink stirrer. Which of course goes with boating.