Featured above is the ENDEVOUR by luxury British watch make FARER. Named after Captain Cook’s Royal Navy research vessel, HMS Endeavour. Departing Plymouth in August 1768, HMS Endeavour began a nearly three-year journey into the unknown – headed into the uncharted oceans of the southern hemisphere. She rounded Cape Horn, and travelled through the Pacific islands to New Zealand – eventually becoming the first known ship to reach the east coast of Australia. She returned to Britain in July 1771, her crew sworn to secrecy about what they had discovered on their voyage.
Inspired by the halcyon era of watchmaking, when bold colours and contrasting textures were combined with the best craftsmanship. Their collection of watches are named after iconic British explorers and vessels that perfectly define the true spirit of Farer: ambition beyond the ordinary.
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