more to sea

Dive beneath the surface in a 3D journey of discovery, as Naval Group uncovers a long-considered mystery of the ocean; submarines.
Submarines, there's More To Sea

What can submerge underwater for more than 60 days without coming up for air, see without being seen, cover large areas undetected, and has… a gym?

Submarines play an important role in protecting a nation's maritime interests. They can cover large area, and because nobody knows where they are, they can have a significant effect.

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The Campaign

More To Sea was created having identified that the sophistication, complexity and function of a submarine is of interest to the people of Australia.

We have created a rich piece of digital content introducing viewers to the concept of a submarine and its purpose. The More To Sea campaign focuses attention on enlightening facts, combined with a dynamic sound design, voice over and graphics.

As informative as it is delightful, the More To Sea 3D animation is suitable for all ages.

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Attack Class Australia

Australia is increasing its submarine flotilla size to 12 to match our nation's evolving geopolitical environment.

Submarines protect a nation's interests and sovereignty. They can cover large areas undetected, see without being seen, deter and destroy, and execute special operations.

Submarines are critical to the operational capacity of a Navy, they can communicate intelligence back to other defence forces,and only submarines can be deployed in certain areas without raising the level of tension, while also remaining ready to intervene.

Submarines provide strategic force for island nations like Australia.

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