Built by Ocean Voyager in 2004, the 27 metre catamaran Rogue has recently been converted into a luxury long range vessel whilst retaining its ‘off-road’ capabilities and functions. The all-aluminium expedition yacht has been custom converted by the same team responsible for the transformation of the iconic Pink Shrimp.
The idea behind the project was to offer a stable platform that would offer the capabilities of carrying large support craft. The multihull platform also provided a more efficient solution to that of a monohull. With a range of 7,000 nm, a large tender crane and 25’ Safe Boat stowed on deck, Rogue makes the perfect expedition yacht as could serve just as well as a superyacht support vessel.
She features a reliable on board technical system fitted with a 2500 watt solar power system, HVAC system, waste treatment plant and large battery bank that makes her a self sufficient vessel even in the most remotest of areas.
Inside, her interior has been redesigned and decorated to a level of luxury whilst focusing on functionality for crew and guests. A bright interior makes the most of the available space with the large saloon on main deck creating a spacious environment for socialising and entertaining.
The yacht is currently based in Antigua, and is for sale through Fraser Yachts at an asking price of US $3,850,000.