Frédérique Constant Yacht Timer

Reference #: FC-380VT4H4

3,495 USD
Suggested retail price, may vary according to your local taxes and current exchange rates. All prices subject to change.

Frédérique Constant is an official partner of The Watch Pages

Frederique Constant’s Co-Founder Peter Stas has always had a love for sailing and this Yacht Timer Regatta Countdown is a tribute to his passion for both sailing and horology.

Four models to choose from

There are four models, two in a rose gold color with a choice of a navy blue or silver-plated dial, one in steel and rose gold case with matching bracelet, and the last in steel with a silvery-white dial.

A built-in timer

The Frederique Constant Yacht Timer Regatta Countdown features a built-in timer that counts down the critical 10 minutes before the start of a race. The hands and indexes are enhanced with luminescent material for overcast days.

The five dots

The brand introduced its first Yacht Timer Regatta in 1997 and this new version, some twenty years later, keeps the same five dots at the top of the dial. Each dot represents a minute. Five minutes have passed when all the dots change from white to colored. Then another five minutes pass as they change to orange. When all five dots are orange and the second-hand reaches the 12 o’clock position, it is time to go.

A large choice of straps

There is a choice of alligator straps or rubber straps, or a two-tone bracelet in stainless steel and rose gold-plating.


The Basics





  • Hours
  • Minutes
  • Countdown

Special Features

  • Water resistance 100m/10 bar
  • Delivered with an extra rubber strap

The Brand

Frédérique Constant

Frédérique Constant was established in 1988 by Dutch entrepreneurs, and husband and wife team, Peter and Aletta Stas. Positioned in the accessible luxury segment, Frédérique Constant has been a huge success story with points of sale in over 100 countries. The brand was bought by the Citizen Holdings of Tokyo, Japan in 2017 with Peter and Aletta staying on for the next five years.