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VIDEO: Nautique releases virtual reality video series


Nautique Boat Co. released a series of virtual reality videos on the Nautique YouTube channel and Facebook page. The 360-degree videos highlight every boat in the 2019 Nautique line.

ers, an additional series of videos show Nautique boats with athletes wake surfing, waterskiing and wakeboarding.

The videos can be viewed on a computer, smartphone, tablet, or for the best experience, according to Nautique a virtual reality headset.

“These immersive videos provide our customers a virtual Nautique experience, which is a unique way for them to connect with our lifestyle in the comfort of their own home,” said Nautique president Greg Meloon in a statement.



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