The course is sometimes difficult to keep.
After having fixed and defined it to reach the final destination, the course is the point that one must not let go or lose sight of to achieve the defined and desired objective. Heading or heading…When going upwind, against the elements, the art of “heading” allows you to optimize the route in order to lose as little ground as possible. But sometimes you have to tack, tack and change direction several times to better achieve your goal. And always stay focused, obsessed with this specific point which can be a goal or even an overtaking towards another horizon...

The course is the one we have set ourselves since our creation. To propose a range of identity watches and alternative to what was already existing. We have never lowered our attention, never changed direction, nor followed other routes already taken by others… The course we have chosen we keep it at all costs, stubbornly sticking to our convictions and our initial vision. A milestone that we will reach to be surpassed in the light of this new year to let our watchmaking craft sail towards new horizons. A horizon made up of more technicality, more attention and more work in France. A new course on seas with strong winds...


Are you able to write on the course? To undress this slamming word, from head to toe? A short and precise word that looks like a rock, that looks like a peak, that looks a bit beautiful. It's not easy to go around this often raised point of land that juts out into the sea, as if to split the foam or better embrace it. We know that of Good Hope, in Africa. We like the sound of the one in Leeuwin, Australia. We travel immediately when we think of Cap Finistère, Cap Lizard, Cap Vert and of course Cape Horn, the enchanted nightmare of the most seasoned sailors. A heading is not just a given point on a geographical map, like a line drawn on a compass. A heading delimits two zones, opens and closes them indefinitely. It's a bond, an outstretched hand, an open door, the exact opposite of a border, the opposite of a limit. Because the course suggests a movement, a passage, a crossing, a journey in short. At sea, we head elsewhere. You can also turn course for course; that is to say, to turn back. And change course, for good. Or not. A heading, for sailors and aviators, is the direction in which a moving boat or aircraft is pointing. Movement, always. Head west then! On a boat, the course is the bow, the front of the ship, its brain. And it's no coincidence: in Provençal, cap means "head". In Latin, it's “caput” and not “kaput”, no offense to our friends across the Rhine. As always, the linguistic nuances are important… A course, you see, we can take it, overtake it, mark it, follow it and sometimes cross it. A course also marks a road, real or imagined, but it traces a destiny. A heading reveals above all the direction in which one is making one's way; and not just symbolically. With the desire to go not necessarily further but always to good port. So let's go ?