Talk to the team who built it and get first hand info about VisionAnchor and how it fits with your yacht.
HOW IT WORKS
The brains of the operation are hidden in an anchor buoy that's connected to the underwater camera and attached to your anchor. You connect to the buoy via
Wi-Fi with your smartphone.
If the anchor moves too much and lives are in danger, an alarm goes off to react in time. The anchors’ location can even be tracked from locations on shore.
WANT TO BE THE FIRST TO TRY IT?
We're arranging some hands-on tests for a few selected boat owners in Europe soon.
Click below to be one of them.
A high-resolution video camera is connected to an anchor buoy, so you can attach it to any anchor.
See the sea bed with exceptional clarity with your Full HD underwater camera system.
See during the night with IR LED lights so you always have peace of mind and never sleep with one eye open again.
VisionAnchor uses advanced location tracking systems to keep track of anchor's position.
Grabbing a bite or doing some shopping on shore? No problem, you can keep an eye on your anchor from anywhere.
Sleep like a baby. An alarm will go off if your anchor moves more than 2m, so you can react in time.
Battery will last for a few days with moderate use. Lift anchor and charge VisionAnchor wirelessly.
KNOW & SEE
With our full HD camera you can see your anchor at all times. With an infrared light installed you can check what's happening during the night as well.
With moderate use the battery will last for days and you can recharge it easily with a wireless charging port.
VisionAnchor takes care of your anchor's position at all times. Whenever the anchor moves out of safety you get notified with an alarm on your phone.
Calm seas never made skilled sailors they say.
We’re Andrej, Matija and Anže - a group of friends that have worked together on several projects throughout the years. As a team we combine the experience with successful start-ups, raising funds, design, marketing and online sales.
We're all licensed captains and have a few stories about bad anchoring to tell.