2004 Ocean Voyager Expedition Yacht in Antigua

2004 Ocean Voyager Expedition Yacht for sale in Antigua and Barbados.

When Dave from 2 Best Days was in Antigua last year, he motored right by this 2004 Ocean Voyager.  Super impressive and massive looking.  SWATH design, which is super cool and seaworthy.  Takes a unique owner/mission profile for this boat, but it is awesome looking!


From the listing:

This Power Cat is virtually new in all respects. 6,000 mile range @ 10 knots, 10,000# crane, 24’ Safe boat tender, finely finished interior, great stability & outside spaces. Offered at a fraction of her original cost.

T +1 954 463 0600 M +1 954 629 7435

Total Power: 800 HP

Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Cummins
Engine Model: NTA855
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Location: Port
Engine Hours: 500
Engine Power: 400 HP
Engine 2:
Engine Brand: Cummins
Engine Model: NTA855
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Location: Starboard
Engine Hours: 500
Engine Power: 400 HP

Cruising Speed: 10 knots @ 1750 RPM
Maximum Speed: 12 knots

Fresh Water Tanks: 1 (3000 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 1 (12000 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: 1 (200 Gallons)

Number of double berths: 3
Number of cabins: 3
Number of heads: 3


Type: Expedition Yacht
Builder: Ocean Voyager
Year: 2004
Hull No: V2YS7
LOA: 90’00”/(27.43m)
Beam Overall: 30’0”/(9.14m)
Draft (Min.): 7’00”/(2.13m)
Draft (Max.): 8’00”/(2.44m)
Hull Material: Aluminum
Flag: Antigua and Barbuda
Exterior Designer/Stylist: Ocean Voyager
Interior Designer: Ocean Voyager
Main Engines: 2 x Cummins NTA855 400 HP
Max Speed: 12 knots
Cruising Speed: 10 knots
Range: 6,000 nm
Displacement (Fully Loaded): 110
Gross Tonnage: 140 GT
Guest Accommodations: 6 guests in 3 staterooms
Crew Accommodation: 4 crew in 2 cabin
Virtual Tour: my.matterport.com/show/?m=tnj7khtQujR


Entered from the salon are two lower VIP suites with a foyer, walk in closet, a queen bed stateroom and large head and shower. These staterooms are very private and have a beautiful view from the 3 large lower windows port and starboard.

Aft on the lower deck separated by a watertight bulkhead are the engine rooms which are two level with excellent access to all machinery.

The 35’ x 30’ aft deck is impressive, designed to accommodate up to two large tenders, submarine, folding wing aircraft, or small helicopter, a trademark of Ocean Voyager. The hydraulic boom crane is specifically designed for easy launching and retrieval, and there is still ample living space for an outside living area with an old growth Elm slab table and 10’ x 25’ awning.

The aft end of the deck has a staircase port and starboard leading to the swim platform and a watertight door leading to a tool room/dive center in the starboard hull and a large 16’ x 8’ laundry/watermaker room in the port hull.

Forward on the main deck has two large side decks with stairs on each side leading to the upper deck. The port side has a separate crew entry that leads to the galley and crew lounge.

The forward end of the aft deck has one door, port and starboard leading to the engine rooms, and one large door leading to the salon.

The salon is a spacious 25’ x 15’ with vaulted ceiling, dining area and living and entertainment area. To port and starboard are the staircase to each lower VIP suites.

Further forward on the main deck, to starboard is the galley with a practical layout of beige Quartz counters, maple cutting board and further forward a private crew lounge with a dinette, one watch berth and networked TV.

Amidship forward of the galley is one 4 berth crew stateroom with a private en-suite toilet and shower.

To starboard on the main deck is a small foyer, leading to a spacious queen bed stateroom with a large en-suite toilet and shower.

The upper deck may be reached from both port and starboard outside stairs, or inside stair that leads directly from the galley to the pilothouse.

The upper deck consists of a full width deck with walk around side decks leading to the foredeck, anchor winch, mooring bits and deck storage, pilothouse, captain’s cabin with head and a ships office. Outside stairs lead from the upper deck to the fly bridge. Aft of the pilothouse is a large 25’ x 20’ deck with 2500 watt solar panels and the hydraulic boom crane.

The pilothouse is large with adjustable air cushioned dual pilot chairs, 16’ wide electronics console 29 double glazed windows, three heated with windshield wipers. There are three Dutch watertight doors leading outside aft, to the port side deck and to the starboard side deck. Further aft to starboard are the ships electrical panels and a ships office with a desk and drawers. Amidships is the captain’s single cabin with an en-suite toilet and shower.

Aft of the pilothouse is a stair leading to the very large flybridge with the electronics mast and upper helm.


Hull: Aluminum
Superstructure: Aluminum
Paint: Ameracoat


Tonnage: 140 gross tons; 110 displacement tons
Fuel Capacity: 12,000 US Gallons/(45,425 Liters)
Water Capacity: 3,000 US Gallons/(11,356 Liters)
Watermakers: 1,600 US Gallons/day/(6,057 Liters/day)
Waste Water Treatment MSD II: 200 US Gallons/ (757 Liters)

Speed/Consumption p/h/Range/RPM
Maximum :12 kts/20 g/h/4,000nm/1850
Cruising: 10 kts/14 g/h/6,000 nm/1750
Economical: 8.5 kts/9.6 g/h/9,000 nm/1550
8 kts/6.2 g/h/15,000 nm/1150


Main Engines: 2 x Cummins NTA855 400 HP
Hours: 500 (1/1/2018)
Engine Controls: Twin Disc power commander engine controls
Gear Boxes: Twin Disc MGX5145RV 2.5:1 transmissions
Shafting: 3.5” S/S shafts
Propellers: 4 blade 32X32” Humbolt props (2015), S/S rudders with emergency tiller
Generators & Electricity: Electrical System new (2015)
Generators: 1 x 21 KW Norpro
Hours: 850hrs 1/1/2018
1 x 33 KW Norpro
Hours: 400hrs 1/1/2018
Output: 12 VDC & 24VDC systems (2015)
110VAC & 220VAC 60 hz (2015)
Shore Power: 100 amp (2015)
Solar System: Vessel’s domestic systems will fully operate on solar with the exception of HVAC
2500 watt solar system (2015)
2 x networked 4000 watt inverters with dual Outback 60 amp solar controllers (2015)
10 x 240 watt Canadian solar panels (2015)
Batteries: 12 x rolls 400 amp hour 6V house batteries (2015)
Generator Start: Manual


Air Conditioning: 9 x 12,000 or 9,000 air handlers with 9 x zone controls (2015)
Heat Pumps: Dual Comfort Aire 42,000 BTU 220 VAC invertor heat pumps (2015)
Air Compressor: Yes
Bow Thruster: No
Fresh Water Filters: Fresh water filter system (2015)
Fresh Water Heaters: 1 X 40ga and 1 x 25ga
Fresh Water Maker: 1 x Applied Membranes 220VAC 1600 gallon/day water maker (2015)
Fresh Water Pressure System: Dual 110v pumps
Fuel Filters: Fuel transfer system and dedicated dual Racor filters on each engine & generator
Bilge Ballast System: 4 x hydraulic pumps, 2 dedicated to emergency bilge pumps and 2 dedicated to ballast system
Ballast systems allows the ship to be kept in trim no matter how much fuel & water is onboard remoted from bridge
Oily Water Separator: No
Shore Power Transformer: 30KW Isolation transformer
Sewage Treatment System: 12 person MSD sewage treatment system (2015)
Toilet System: 6 x Raritan Elegance heads with FW flush (2015)
Steering System: Hydraulic power steering
Helm/Control Stations: 2


Anchors: Dual anchors 350# & 300# with 350’ 3/4”” SS cable and 900’ ¾” chain
Anchor Windlass System: Commercial anchor hydraulic drum winch
Aft snubbing hydraulic winch with portable controls
Aft Warping Capstans: Aft hydraulic drum winch for anchor or towing
Boat Crane: 5 ton hydraulic crane (submersible capable) – Can be upgraded to 8 tons
Custom hydraulic boom crane 10,000# capacity with PL5 Pullmaster winch & one M6 Pullmaster winch with on deck proportional controls
Davits: For two tenders
Rigging: All Dyneema rigging and Crosby blocks (2015)
Bollards: 4 x large bollards port & starboard
Passarelle: Side boarding ladder
Accommodation Ladders: Swim step ladder
Spotlights: 18 x various deck lights (2015)
Paint Exterior: Ameracoat
Paint Interior: Ameracoat
Paint Underwater: PPG
Other: Mud room/laundry room 8’ X 16’
29 x double glazed windows in pilothouse
3 x speed wind shield wipers
3 x heated windows


Monitors: Dual Floscans fuel monitors
Fire Fighting Equipment: 50’ fire hose with hydraulic pump
Fire Control System: Large CO2 engine room fire suppression system
Fire Extinguishers: 6 x fire extinguishers
Alarms: Engine alarm system
Bilge alarm system
5 x fire/CO2 alarms
Safety Equipment
Life Rafts : 1 x 12man RFD Solas liferaft in canister with hydrostatic release
10 x life jackets
Life Rings: 3 x ring buoys with MOB lights
SART MOB Locator: Dual
Flares: 12 x flares


Communication Systems
SATcom: Iridiun phone with external antenna and data cable
VHF: Icom M502
VHF: Handheld 2
Internet: Custom internet wifi system (2015)

Navigation Systems
System: Nobletec navigation system (2015)
Radar: Furuno 1845 64 mile (2015)
Sonar: Suzuki commercial scanning sonar (currently non operational)
Magnetic Compass: Plastimo
Auto Pilot: Comnav
Video Sounder: Furuno FCV 295 color commercial fish finder/sonar
GPS: Furuno GP32 GPS GPS (2015)
Ships Computer: Dedicated ships HP computer with i5 processor (2015)
Display: Dual Samsung flat displays
Wind Indicator Station: Raymarine
AIS: Sitex Class B AIS receiver/transmitter with dedicated GPS network (2015)
Controls: Dual helm controls
Flybridge portable engine controls for docking port or starboard (2015)


Main Galley Equipment
Cooking Equipment : Samsung 5 burner electric with convection oven (2015)
Refrigeration/Freezer: LG double door S/S refrigerator/freezer with ice maker & dispenser (2015)
Dishwasher: Samsung ultra quiet dishwasher (2015)
Other: Panasonic microwave (2015)
Bread maker (2015)
S/S sink (2015)

Refrigeration/Freezer: Additional aft domestic freezer

Laundry Equipment
Main Laundry Equipment: Samsung large load washer & dryer (2015)


Tenders: 12’ Highfield RIB with 20 HP honda outboard (2015)
25’ 2006 Safeboat, aluminum pilothouse RIB with dual 135 HP 2015 Honda engines
Safeboat equipped with Garmin radar, GPS chart plotter, Wabasto diesel heater, Scanning sonar and ICOM VHF
Toys: 2 x 8’ plastic kayaks (2015)
Dive Gear: Dive locker 8’ X 16’


The vessel is built entirely with high strength marine grade 5083 alloy and 6061T6 framing for maximum stiffness and 3 foot transverse frame spacing and 1 foot longitudinal spacing. The plating is 3/8” thick under the waterline, ¼” for hull and decks and 3/16” for the superstructure. Additional framing and thicker plating were used in higher loaded areas such as engine beds, deck and mast supports and major bulkheads. This vessel was originally built for the waters around Newfoundland and Labrador where ice is common into July. The vessel is not ice classed but was built with this environment in mind.

The hydraulic system is driven by two independent variable displacement load sensing hydraulic pumps driven by the main
engines, as well as a 220V AC electric pump for back up. This ensures efficient, reliable and on demand power steering, bilge and blast pumps, the anchor windlass and tender crane. The system has been designed to reduce the possibility of single point failure, and for easy maintenance using simple parts and duplicity.


ROGUE has just completed a complete conversion by Ocean Voyager for offshore remote exploration with a focus on efficiency, speed, range, reliability and water access. Her unique huge aft deck is characteristic of all Ocean Voyager’s conversions allowing for storage of multiple tenders as well a fantastic outside living area with easy and practical water access. ROGUE was also conceived to be self-reliant, with clear access to all mechanical functions of the vessel. A major effort in the conversion was also into building a vessel with a large solar array that can be at anchor without the constant usage of the generators, a self-contained waste treatment system, as well as economical, and reliable engines for a fantastic cruising speed with low fuel consumption. ROGUE’s paramount feature is her 5 ton deck crane. This is unheard of in a vessel in her size, allowing the launching and use of large tenders. The 25’ Safe boat has a range of approximately 250 nm with reserve. This feature greatly increases the vessel’s ultimate range for extensive research and exploration of areas not accessible with a large vessel.

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