Rogue Jet Coastal Series - Designed to Handle the Rough Stuff!
Built extra deep and wide with extra freeboard , these outboard powered Deep Vees from Rogue have been designed for the roughest conditions on rivers, lakes, bays and the ocean.
Safety in high sides (36") and the extra wide bottom (78") for more stability makes the "Coastal" one of the safest and most seaworthy all welded aluminum boats in the industry.
The progressive deadrise of the boats bottom - from 50 degrees at the bow to 18 degrees at the transom - makes for a smooth ride in choppy seas.
5 Reasons why Rogue Boats are most cost efficient in the long run
- Fully Welded Seams - No Stitch Welded Hull - 40% more Strength and Integrity
- Bottom, Support Girders, Sides & Transom - 5086 Marine Aluminum Alloy
- Powder Coated and Baked twice at 420° - 3 times more corrosion & impact resistant than painted boats
- Proven by Law Enforcement & Government Customers
- Fully Welded D-Tube Customized Aluminum Trailer - no heavy I-Beams made of steel
5 REASONS TO BELIEVE IN ROGUE JET BOATWORKS
(1) The Impact of Fully Welded Seams
There is no stitch welding in the hull all seams are fully welded resulting in about 25 to 30% more labour and 10 to 12 lbs more welding wire when welding the hull together.
Stitch/Skip welded boats loose 40% to 50% of their strength and integrity
Boats that run in rough seas with large or short interval waves are prone to cracking those stitch welds. The open/not welded areas between the welds is where the flexing and cracking starts. These areas are all hidden below the floor where most owners don't inspect with limited access, an area.
(2) Stronger Marine Alloy on all Parts
Rogue uses the more expensive, salt water corrosion resistant and 40% stronger 5086 Aluminum on the hull, sides, transom and box girders unlike other manufacturers who only use 5086 on the bottom and the cheaper/weaker 5052 on the sides, transom and box girders.
Rogue uses 1/4" and 3/8" plate in their transom and pod deck others use 1/8" and 3/16" at best.
(3) A Baked Finish - 3 times more resistent
The baked powder coat finish on a Rogue is 3 times more corrosion and impact resistant then painted boats and twice as durable.
The boat goes into the oven twice and gets the powder coat baked on and then a clear coat over top. The finish is the same under the gunnels, dash, seat boxes, fish and floor boxes as well as all visual areas on the top side of the boat.
(4) Rogue Trailers: Long Life Beauties
Rogue makes their own fully welded custom D-tube trailers. Customized for each boat which cost about twice as much.
They are not like the cheap aluminum I-beam trailers or steel galvanized trailers that other manufactures put under their boats.
Nothing is bolted.
The fenders are solid and fully welded. They have torsion axles, disc brakes, oversize radial tires and LED lights. The trailers go all the way to the back of the boat with full welded steps and welded side guides. The trailer on a Rogue is always way over capacity needed to make sure it has a long life.
(5) Less Maintenance Costs
The high durability of Rogue Boats in general, will keep your total cost of ownership low in the long term and the renewal of a 3M Heavy Duty Vinyl Wrap and not the decal material for the exterior sides, would cost you only 10% of a usual new painting.
The Rogue Trailers are equiped with Vault oil bath hubs - No Inspection - No Maintenance - No Service required.