See it all
THE NEW STANDARD IN MULTIBEAM SOUNDER TECHNOLOGY
DISCOVER WHAT LIES BENEATH
Just imagine! Now you can map the seafloor in 3D and in real-time to see what lies beneath your vessel. And with greater accuracy, at a significantly reduced cost.
WASSP Multibeam Sounder technology is a true game-changer. Profiling the seabed 100 times faster than single-beam echo sounders, WASSP lets you see what’s beneath your boat with accuracy and resolution like you’ve never had or seen before. With WASSP 3D mapping in real-time, you can accurately profile the water column and seafloor with unparalleled precision to reveal:
Reefs · Fish · Wrecks · Backscatter · Foreign objects · Seafloor artefacts
SUPPORTED IN MORE THAN 30 COUNTRIES
Since the first installation in 2000, WASSP has seen incredible growth in all areas. WASSP is now distributed in more than 30 countries and has been embraced by the commercial fishing, recreational fishing, mega yacht, hydrographic, professional workboat, navy and coastguard sectors.
WASSP MULTIBEAM TECHNOLOGY
WASSP Multibeam sounder gives you a wide-angle 120° port-to-starboard view of the seafloor and water column. The viewing span is over 3 times sea depth, and WASSP can profile an area more than 100 times faster than a single-beam system.Read More
An update from our Managing Director
I’m writing to you, our valued partners, customers and suppliers, to give you an update on ENL’s measures with the impact of Covid-19. These are unprecedented days and as Peter Busfield, Executive Director of the New Zealand Marine Industry Association says, no matter where you are in the world “we are all in this together.”*Read More
NZ Marine industry temporarily suspended
“The next phase of our lives will be new to us all,” says Peter Busfield, executive director of the New Zealand Marine Industry Association. “The only thing we do know, is that we are all in this together. Just as if we were all affected by an earthquake or tsunami. And when I refer to ‘we’, I mean every person on this planet.”Read More
M/Y Umbra Uses WASSP W3 to find Underwater Volcanoes
Exploration vessel M/Y Umbra was fitted with a WASSP W3 Wireless System while recently in Brisbane Australia.Read More