Abstract : The Hyperbolic Nonlinear Schrodinger equation (HypNLS) arises as a model for the dynamics of three-dimensional narrowband deep water gravity waves. In this study, the Petviashvili method is exploited to numerically compute bi-periodic time-harmonic solutions of the HypNLS equation. In physical space they represent non-localized standing waves. Non-trivial spatial patterns are revealed and an attempt is made to describe them using symbolic dynamics and the language of substitutions. Finally, the dynamics of a slightly perturbed standing wave is numerically investigated by means a highly acccurate Fourier solver.