Virtual and Augmented Reality Solutions for The Superyacht Industry
Sand People Communications
A Superyacht is a dream come true.
While dreaming of a yacht, one combines life experience
with a vision of the future.
It is not easy to foresee times to come.
Yet, there are people and technologies designed to achieve that.
For ages, architects carefully listened to clients, transforming dreams into drawings.
Times have changed, and now architects possess
a powerful tool to visualize their ideas.
Virtual and Augmented Reality technologies allow a client to be immersed in the design, imagine it better than on a computer screen and to believe in its materialization.
Sinot Exclusive Yacht Design
Virtual and Augmented Reality
Far beyond its mere "Wow-Effect", VR/AR is a forceful, accessible, client-friendly business instrument, convenient for both seller and buyer, which visualizes a new yacht — inside and out — at the touch of a button.
VR Tour
A series of 360° panoramic scenes, taken above and below decks by a professional 360° camera, which creates a seamless "virtual walkthrough" and immerses a client in yacht's environment, allowing to feel its magic.
Sand People Communications
Want to create a new client experience?
Want to let your client visit his future yacht as soon as possible and show her to his friends?
Want to save money on costly prototypes and outdated mock-ups?
Virtual Reality is a great way to make this happen!
Sinot Exclusive Yacht Design
Need to sell a yacht?
Need to attract more charter clients?
Need to familiarize your crew with onboard systems?
Try 360 VR Tour, the most powerful way to engage your client!
Sand People Communications
CEO and Founder of ANCHOR-VR, Anastasia Yushkova started her career in The Superyacht Industry in 2005, as Editor-in-Chief for Boat International magazine and The Superyachts book in the Russian market. From 2011 she steered the relaunch of Yachting, Russia's Premier Marine Magazine, leading its total digital transformation.

She did marketing communications consultancy for Burgess in Russia and translated the Galactica Star book for Heesen Yachts into Russian. After the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, she took part in strategy development for The Sochi Marine Club and new Sochi Grand Marina and built a national and international communications campaign for the first SCF Black Sea Tall Ships Regatta.

Anastasia holds an MBA in Marketing and Sales from Vienna University of Economics and Business and an MA in Journalism from Moscow State University. Beyond business, she extensively collaborates with media, covering superyacht industry news for Vedomosti, a leading Russian daily business newspaper.