Virtual Reality Yacht Tour

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Denison Yachting said it launched virtual reality tours and has begun to ship VR headsets to clients so they can explore boats remotely.

“Our team is working harder than ever to deliver the most comfortable buying experience to our valued clients,” company president Bob Denison said in a statement. “This is a really fun way for a boat buyer to remotely familiarize themselves with a huge inventory of boats and yachts.”

A Denison-branded neck gaiter or face mask comes with the headset if clients want in-person tours. “Or it can be a completely contactless process from start to finish,” Denison said. “The client has complete control of the buying process.”

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