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The Omega Seamaster range comprises three distinctly different collections: Aqua Terra, Diver 300M and Planet Ocean. The name 'Seamaster' first appeared on an Omega watch in 1948. The Seamaster had its origins in the watches supplied to the Royal Air Force during the Second World War; over 26,000 timepieces were standard-issue to RAF pilots and crew. All automatic Seamaster watches now feature highly-accurate, chronometer-rated, Co-Axial movements.
Seamaster Aqua Terra models are water resistant to a depth of 150 metres. All are instantly recognisable by the vertical lines on the dial, reminiscent of the teak wooden decking seen on many luxury cruisers.