Christmas gift ideas: Beautiful and practical

Christmas gift ideas: Beautiful and practical festive presents for the sailors in your life

From chronograph watches, nautical cufflinks to neoprene bags and VHF radios, we have lots of festive gift ideas for your loved ones

The festive season is well underway and we have plenty of gift ideas for the boating enthusiasts in your life.

Citizen Men’s Chrono Perpetual A-T Alarm Chronograph Radio Controlled Eco-Drive Watch

Made with stainless steel and PVD gold plated details, this stunning Citizen’s Men’s Chronograph watch is water resistant up to 200 metres, making it ideal to wear whilst sailing and in the evening at the yacht club.

ICOM IC-M25EURO VHF Radio

Essential for any boat owner, ICOM IC-M25EURO VHF Radio is light, has an 11 hour battery life, can be charged by USB, floats and flashes when dropped into the water. A practical present that any boating enthusiasts will love receiving.

 

Joseph Turner Ship Wheel Cufflinks

These nautical cufflinks from Joseph Turner come in a smart gift box with velvet tray and make a perfect gift for keen sailors.  Made from brass with rhodium plating.

Vuze 3D 360° Camera

Capture the best moments of your boating adventures with this 3D 360° spherical virtual reality camera. The Vuze camera by Humaneyes uses four pairs of full-HD cameras that combine to create a 3D image with real-life depth of field at 4K resolution. It can be controlled using the free Vuze Camera app and the footage can later be edited using the VR Studio software. It’s splash resistant too, making it ideal to film on water.

Royole Moon 3D Virtual Mobile Theatre

An immersive film watching experience. Royole Moon plays 2D and 3D movies, videos and can also be used to play video games. The adjustable screen gives the impression of watching films on a large 800” curved screen. It streams directly from sites such as Netflix and YouTube, has 32GB internal storage capability, noise cancelling headphones and a long battery life. Ideal if you need some me time when on a boat or indeed at Christmas dinner, when the kids have had a little too much sugar!