Fragrance notes are fairly non-descript - citrus notes, spice notes, musk, and woody notes. Visions of Chanel's Allure Homme Sport danced in my head, as it too had a similar vibe as Yacht Man Metal. (Also, very similar to Adidas Victory League for Men.)
Scent lasted on my skin for many hours - appreciated that, given the abysmal longevity in several other Yacht Man outings. I'll give a thumbs up for the improvement in performance over the other Yacht Man permutations.
This is a very brave and potent woody citrus. Initially, it reminded me of the original formulation (1980s) of Chanel's Antaeus, but now I realize that it is almost identical to Allure Sport Homme. This may have been intended since they both arrive in metal flasks. The white musk is sweet and warm and it stays beneath a well-rounded, hearty center of citrus, cedar, and pepper, with a finish of a soft aquatic layer softly placed across the top of the whole thing. Longevity and projection are better than the other Yacht Man fragrances, which gives you a few hours. This fragrance combines more contrary notes than would have been thought possible and does it brilliantly.