Rolling in the Deep
Board Rosewood Baha Mar’s mega-yacht Eternity for the dive of a lifetime, including a treasure hunt for a Ulysse Nardin 42mm diving watch—all of it captured by underwater photographers.
The waters of the Bahamas teem with gems and lost treasures of the past, but none that would inspire James Bond himself to don scuba gear—until now. Rosewood Baha Mar has curated a thriller-worthy experience for Rosewood Limited Edition, full of surprises on both land and sea.
The adventure begins onboard Baha Mar’s mega-yacht Eternity, a 213-foot vessel recently revamped by interior designer Suzanne Lovell. Accompanied by a professional diver, you’ll go on the first of two scuba sessions, exploring one of the islands’ iconic dive sites. In these warm tropical seas, you’ll be accompanied by blue tang and red lionfish—and perhaps the occasional marlin or shark.
The second diving excursion promises a veritable treasure hunt. Like a Pirate of the Caribbean (with more rarefied taste), you’ll seek your booty: a Ulysse Nardin Diver 42mm watch. Created by the legendary Swiss watchmaking house founded in 1876, the timepiece suits wing-tipped urbanites and deep-water navigators alike, with a sand-blasted blue dial and stainless steel bracelet. Of course, it’s waterproof—down to 300 meters.
Both subaqueous quests will be captured by a professional underwater photographer, documenting the entire experience for friends, family, and social media followers.
Back on land, you’ll stay in a Penthouse Suite at Rosewood Baha Mar, outfitted with a plunge pool and fire pit on your private deck. Toast your newfound treasure over a private dinner on the terrace, a scene imbued with the timelessness of the tropics—but with your trusty new treasure keeping track of hours.
Pricing available upon request. For reservations, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Four nights in the Penthouse Suite, including a private dinner on the Penthouse terrace and full catering aboard the Eternity mega-yacht to accompany your excursion through the Bahamian isles
Round-trip flights on Baha Mar’s private jet from London or stateside
Dive to be accompanied by a professional diver and underwater photographer to document the experience
Valid from January 3, 2020
through December 17, 2020Book