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Electronic Navigation Ltd (ENL) is New Zealand’s premier marine electronics company. Founded in 1945, ENL is a privately owned company that has earned a solid reputation for genuine service, innovation and supply of quality marine electronic products.

ENL is a key supplier to New Zealand’s internationally renowned superyacht industry. ENL provides customers with turnkey solutions incorporating entertainment systems, satellite and terrestrial communications, computer systems and networks, navigation systems and monitoring, and control systems. ENL can customise a solution for a 10m-130m leisure or commercial vessel.

ENL’s own WASSP multi-beam sonars have been developed to provide fishermen with a greater understanding of the fishing environment through the application of multi-beam technology and advanced signal processing.

The WASSP W3 system combines the multi-beam sounder with high accuracy motion and position sensors to create an incredibly detailed map in real time on board the tender, that can be transmitted back to the mothership in real time, allowing superyachts to safely navigation in uncharted waters.

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Tel / Fax: +64 9 916 1281
Email Address: nickf@enl.co.nz
Website: www.wassp.com
Contact:
Tel / Fax: +44 1621 983 125
Email Address: rufus@wassp.com
Website: www.wassp.com

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WASSP W3 with Carbon transducer leg.

REAL-TIME REMOTE MAPPING WITH MULTIBEAM SONAR The W3 allows for long range real-time remote mapping and advanced “store-and-forward” technology in a buffer memory (up to 24 hours) for out of range ... More
REAL-TIME REMOTE MAPPING WITH MULTIBEAM SONAR

The W3 allows for long range real-time remote mapping and advanced “store-and-forward” technology in a buffer memory (up to 24 hours) for out of range synchronisation of data.

Captains are now able to remotely gather accurate bathymetry information previously unavailable - enabling safe navigation and anchorage in poorly chartered regions.

For vessels (in particular, Superyachts) exploring remote locations and dive sites or wrecks, the W3 is the ideal solution for minimising the risk of accidental damages.

New all-in-one Carbon Fibre Pole (optional) Digital DRX transceiver / multibeam transducer / wireless transmitter / GPS, heading & motion sensors integrated into an ultra-lightweight casing (approx. 18kg)

Wideband fully digital 136 - 184kHz transducer technology

Wireless Capability between a mothership & tender vessel (real-time data)

Choose your own functions with new licensing options

Cost-effective solution for multiple applications

Easy to install/commission

Turnkey solution offered with position/heading and motion sensors

TimeZero compatible with optional licence

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WASSP W3 for Hull mounted Transducer.

REAL-TIME REMOTE MAPPING WITH MULTIBEAM SONAR The W3 allows for long range real-time remote mapping and advanced “store-and-forward” technology in a buffer memory (up to 24 hours) for out of range... More
REAL-TIME REMOTE MAPPING WITH MULTIBEAM SONAR

The W3 allows for long range real-time remote mapping and advanced “store-and-forward” technology in a buffer memory (up to 24 hours) for out of range synchronisation of data.

Captains are now able to remotely gather accurate bathymetry information previously unavailable - enabling safe navigation and anchorage in poorly chartered regions.

For vessels (in particular, Superyachts) exploring remote locations and dive sites or wrecks, the W3 is the ideal solution for minimising the risk of accidental damages.

Wideband fully digital 136 - 184kHz transducer technology

Wireless Capability between a mothership & tender vessel (real-time data)

Choose your own functions with new licensing options

TimeZero compatible with optional licence

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WASSP F3X high performance for mother ships and game Fishing

The all new F3X model is a quantum leap forward in multibeam sounder technology. Significant advances by WASSP engineers have achieved an overall result more than 12 times more powerful than our pr... More

The all new F3X model is a quantum leap forward in multibeam sounder technology. Significant advances by WASSP engineers have achieved an overall result more than 12 times more powerful than our previous F3 model. Incremental and detailed improvements to the core function of the WASSP technology elevates the F3X to a new standard of performance for Navigation and Game Fishing. Better target detection, deeper depths, greater screen clarity generated by more energy and better processing than ever before.

 WASSP, the professional multibeam sounder that delivers water column and seabed profiling with 224 beams offering significant improvements in speed and accuracy over conventional single-beam echo-sounders, is delighted to announce the launch of its big brother in the product range.  The F3X with additional processing and transmission energy will benefit from additional performance at all depths and get the same great WASSP features and functionality in deeper waters.

The WASSP F3X offers significantly more power along with long pulse time that equates to more energy in the water meaning more clarity in shallow and medium depths of 50 to 500m. The F3X with the 80kHz transducer provides the ability to operate as a sounder in depths of 1000m and provide mapping of the sea floor with Water Column Targets (fish) shown in 850m of water. F3X also comes as standard with our patent pending Interference Management Systems (IMS) including AKP ready for install on complex vessels with several other sounders and sonars installed.

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Press Releases

How WASSP is reducing the environmental damage caused by ghost gear    
Mon, 01 Oct 2018
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Ghost gear, as lost and abandoned fishing equipment is known, is not just an economic loss; it’s a large, growing and potentially long-enduring environmental problem. It has been estimated that some 640,000 tonnes of ghost gear, including nets, pots, ropes and more besides, is left in the s...

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The latest in seafloor mapping for superyachts    
Tue, 19 Jun 2018
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The latest in seafloor mapping for superyachts Water occupies around 71% of the Earth’s surface. But only about 5% of the world's waters have been mapped with detailed bathymetric data (showing positioned depths). In other words, approximately 66% of the Earth’s waters are currently unmapp...

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https://wassp.com/news-events/    
Tue, 12 Jun 2018
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Four months into his new role as the founding General Manager of the new ENL Europe office in Maldon, Rufus Whiteford talks about what is going on in the world of WASSP. https://wassp.com/news-events/

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WASSP Ltd in the News

Product Showcase: Kiwi and Australian suppliers More Details

SuperyachtNews.com invited our Kiwi and Australian supplier friends to submit their latest products and announcements to us. Here is a run down of what’s new to market from the Antipodes...

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