Originally launched in 2004 as a robust fishing vessel, ROGUE's transformation by Ocean Voyager in 2015 marked her rebirth as a pinnacle of expedition catamarans. This extensive refit was underpinned by a vision to meld rugged exploration capabilities with sustainable luxury, embodying Ocean Voyager's commitment to creating vessels that are not only conduits to adventure but also guardians of the marine environments they explore. 

A defining feature of ROGUE is her hydraulic crane system, a testament to Ocean Voyager's innovative spirit. This system is not just an engineering feat; it's a gateway to underwater exploration, allowing for the deployment of a submarine. This unique capability invites guests to delve beneath the surface, exploring the ocean's depths in unparalleled safety and comfort. 


The top deck of ROGUE is a harmonious blend of form and function, designed with the dual purposes of leisure and observation. It is a space where guests can gather to watch the sunset, dine under the stars, or simply enjoy the panoramic views of the untamed wilderness around them. Ocean Voyager’s ethos of seamless integration with the natural world is palpable here, where the boundaries between inside and out blur. 

The pilot house stands as the nerve center of ROGUE, embodying Ocean Voyager's commitment to technological excellence and navigational precision. It is equipped with state-of-the-art navigation systems, ensuring safe passage through the most challenging waters. The design prioritizes functionality and visibility, reflecting a philosophy that views the journey as an integral part of the adventure experience. 


Within ROGUE's hull lies an interior that marries luxury with functionality. Ocean Voyager's design philosophy is evident in every detail, from the spacious salon with its vaulted ceilings to the comfortable guest cabins. Materials are chosen not just for their aesthetic appeal but for their durability and sustainability, ensuring that the vessel's environmental footprint is as light as the breezes that propel her. 


Complementing the submarine deployment capabilities, ROGUE’s crane system also facilitates the launching and retrieval of a tender. This aspect underscores Ocean Voyager’s dedication to providing guests with unparalleled access to remote locations – whether it's a secluded beach inaccessible to larger vessels or a hidden cove teeming with wildlife, the tender offers a bridge to discovery. 


The engine room of ROGUE is a testament to Ocean Voyager’s commitment to efficiency and reliability. Housing twin Cummins engines, it is designed for optimal performance across long distances, embodying the ethos of sustainable exploration. Here, technology and design converge to ensure that ROGUE’s adventures are as environmentally responsible as they are exhilarating. 


The implementation of storage on ROGUE ensures that every piece of exploration equipment has its place, reflecting Ocean Voyager’s belief in the importance of preparedness in the pursuit of adventure. This meticulous attention to detail ensures that whether it’s diving gear, scientific instruments, or personal belongings, everything is safely stowed yet readily accessible. 


The anchor windlass system on ROGUE is robust and reliable, designed to anchor in the most demanding conditions. It exemplifies Ocean Voyager's ethos of self-reliance and safety, ensuring that ROGUE can securely explore the furthest reaches of the globe. This system not only anchors the vessel physically but also symbolizes the anchoring of Ocean Voyager’s principles in everything they create. 

ROGUE represents the pinnacle of Ocean Voyager’s vision, a vessel that seamlessly combines the thrill of exploration with the principles of sustainability and luxury. Its detailed refit and thoughtful design choices serve not just the needs of modern adventurers but also the broader ambition of harmonious coexistence with the marine environment. ROGUE is more than a yacht; it is a statement of intent, a testament to the belief that the greatest voyages not only take us across the waters but also bring us closer to understanding our place within the natural world.