Changing the game in exploring uncharted waters
Adventure and Safety for Any Size
Our innovative sonar technology alerts captains and crew to obstacles in the water column and shallow bottoms up to 1000 meters in front of the vessel in 3D and in real-time. This allows the crew to safely and confidently navigate challenging waters to get passengers safely to exclusive locations. Keeping the risks to people, marine life and the vessel at bay. With varying transducer sizes offered: the Argos 350, 500, and 1000, there is a sonar system well-suited for a variety of yacht types, lengths and hull shapes.
Safety for Yachts and Passengers
Captain and Crew can navigate confidently to keep all passengers on board safe while protecting the vessel from rocks, shorelines, and marine life. This technology will allow the crew to safely and confidently navigate challenging waters to get passengers to the places they want to see while minimizing the risk of damaging the yacht and surrounding marine life. Potential hazards can be seen up to 1000m ahead of the vessel while traveling up to 25knots.
Yachts encounter challenges in shallow areas regularly and our sonar navigation system detects and warns when coral reefs, large whales, pinnacles and icebergs are in front of the vessel. The Captain and crew will have the ability to see these dangers up to 350 meters, 500 meters, or 1000 meters ahead of the vessel, based on the system they choose. These sonars are the only ones on the market that can detect hazards at navigationally significant ranges and at speeds up to 25 knots. The Argos series of sonars also are designed for fixed installation and are easy to install and maintain.
Dealers, Service, and Support
FarSounder has worked closely with many shipyards around the globe to equip refit and new build yacht projects with our easy to install sonar systems. With certified FarSounder Dealers located around the world, nearly wherever your project is based, service and support is close by if any assistance is needed. FarSounder’s sales and engineering teams are available to answer your questions, discuss your application requirements, and review drawings from our home office as well.