American boat builder All Ocean Yachts and have been working on a new design to add to their robust and functional superyacht explorer range. The 40 metre Ocean Rover is designed by Bray Yacht Design, with the intention to be used as a successful charter vessel able to operate in any location around the world.
An experienced team of designers and industry professionals were assembled to develop Pat Bray’s efficient platform that he created. Together with John Decaro of All Ocean Yachts, ex-captain of M/Y BigFish Winston Clarke, Kirschstein Design and D2 Project management, the Ocean Rover has been developed for extensive cruising while exploring remote locations and offering scientific and charter opportunities around the world.
The design, although extremely customisable, will house a large amount of glass, offering exceptional views from the interior no matter what the weather conditions outside. An owner’s deck will be located behind the bridge, with four more guest cabins on the lower deck. She is designed to carry a large variety of watersport toys, and is also capable of housing a helicopter landing pad.
The Ocean Rover will be fitted with a range of eco-friendly features such as an extensive use of solar cells as well as shaft generators that are connected to the latest TESLA battery power system; reducing the need of a large generator and enhancing the operation of the vessel under various circumstances.