Clients about YachtEye
MY CloudBreak | 72.5M
"On the main deck is an itinerary-viewing room at the entrance of the saloon, where low seating faces a row of screens. The ultimate infotainment system for an explorer yacht, YachtEye, from Oculus Technologies, pulls information directly from the bridge and combines it with Google Earth like images to provide visually appealing 3D information as to the heading, location, speed and more."
MY Radiant | 110m
AV/IT officers mr. Wright & mr. Sandilands
"YachtEye is an excellent interface that allows guests to follow the vessels course throughout their voyage at the mere touch of a button. The system updates in real-time, so guests will no longer have to wait for or browse through Google Maps in order to find their current location. YachtEye is an exciting addition to the audio visual system and integration with the current installation requires minimal work to achieve."
FOREVER ONE | 54M
captain p. chrisholm
"YachtEye is used onboard to provide our guests with information about the journey and the itinerary. The crew can easily integrate and adjust all information and present this to the guests. YachtEye is an on board feature our guests absolutely enjoy."
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Feadship | 88m
ETO Isrial Prittchard
"This is the second ship that I have worked on that has YachtEye installed. The contrast between the richness of information and the simplicity of the system is unique in the yacht AV world and makes it a pleasure for any ETO to have on board. Also unique to the system, is that is backed by an organisation that know their prpduct intimately and support it themselves without input from the crew. the'WOW' response you get from a guest when they see am ap of the world and then zoom in on the very boat they are on is always a pleasure to see. I hope that I get to show off YachtEye on all future yachts i work on."
MY Sofia | 42m
Captain Ian Westman
"We have found Oculus YachtEye to be a fabulous real-time tool to keep guests up to date with itinerary, menus, places of interest and vessel movements. It is a great, interactive tool for either charter or private yachts."