This is Richard Mille’s first regatta watch, and it goes beyond the traditional regatta countdown function to include navigational capabilities. A special rotating bezel is marked with indications of the four cardinal points, combined with a graduated 360° and 24-hour scale disk. A UTC hand can be used either as a second time zone indicator or in combination with the location of the sun and the rotating bezel to orientate the points of the compass. It can be easily adjusted using the pusher at 8 o’clock: to calculate one’s location, the UTC indicator is directed towards the sun using the UTC pusher located at 9 o’clock and then the bezel is turned so that that the UTC hand lines up with the actual local time engraved on the bezel’s circumference. The compass headings North, South, East and West on the bezel will then be correctly aligned. The Caliber RMAC2 is an automatic movement with hours, minutes, small seconds at 3 o’clock, oversize date, annual calendar, flyback chronograph with central seconds, and a 30 minute countdown timer at 9 o’clock.