We are an Australian company with a growing international reputation
focusing on the design and servicing of high quality underwater
electronics used in harsh environments.

Oceanographic Products

BlueZone provides a wide range of products and services to the Oceanographic and research community and is a leading supplier of the following oceanographic products.

  • ADCP Acoustic Doppler Current Profilers
  • Single Point Current Meters
  • Flow Meters
  • Sound Velocity Profilers
  • Rosette Water Sampling Bottles
  • Sediment Sampling Instruments
  • Hydrophones / Transducers
  • ADCP Buoys
  • Acoustic Releases
  • Sonar Systems


  • Acoustic Doppler Wave Gauge
  • Wave & Tide Gauges
  • CTD meters Conductivity Temperature Depth
  • Turbidity Meters
  • Plankton Nets
  • Optical Plankton Counters
  • Camera Systems
  • Trawl Resistant Bottom Mounts
  • ADCP Battery Packs
  • Seabed Classification Systems
  • Subsea Connectors / Subsea Cable

Contact us for more information.


Latest News

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SEABER YUCO-SCAN micro-AUV Demonstration

Exploring the Future of Underwater Surveys. On the 5th of February 2024, BlueZone Group successfully completed the first demonstration with the SEABER YUCO-SCAN micro-AUV at Lake Macquarie, NSW. This demonstration...

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Teledyne RDI ADCP Collect Valuable Data During Hurricane Katrina

Ocean Data Technologies Inc. collected data during a Category 5 hurricane event. Hurricane Katrina struck the Gulf of Mexico in August 2005, resulting in one of the most devastating natural...

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