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Why Sonardyne

We have been writing the future of underwater technology for over 50 years. We engineer, manufacture, service and support solutions that transform what’s possible in offshore energy, maritime defence and ocean science. We own your challenges and deliver on the promises we make.

Through investment in people, technology and footprint, we have built one of the most capable, dynamic and responsible businesses in the marine technology space. As a vertically integrated company with everything under one roof, we – together with our trusted supply chain and strategic partners – can tackle your subsea project in ways no other solutions provider can.

Hello. We are...

  • A family-owned business, founded in 1971
  • Specialists in acoustic, inertial, optical and sonar technologies
  • Over 300 people committed to operating safely and ethically in our oceans
  • Working towards to becoming carbon neutral in the UK by 2025
  • Operating in six regional centres around the world exporting to over 50 countries
  • Headquartered in Yateley, Hampshire
  • Winners of the 2021 Queens Award for Enterprise in Innovation

Here's what some our our clients have to say

“Sonardyne’s seafloor deformation monitoring technology was a complete game-changer for helping Shell to gain insight into their offshore reservoirs, located in very deep water, where direct access to the seafloor by people is obviously not practical.”

Dr. Paul Hatchell, Shell research geophysicist (retired)

“By applying their decades-long experience in innovative engineering and quality production, Sonardyne has expanded geodetic monitoring of the seabed beyond that of a couple of research groups to a much wider international scientific community…”

Dr. C. David Chadwell, Scripps

“UMS operate in challenging environments and they need to be robust against faltering communications and navigation. Partnering with Sonardyne makes it possible for our autonomous systems to…improve the effectiveness of future underwater missions.”

Andrea Munafo, Technical Program Manager, SeeByte