Green Bay, WI -- International Yacht Network (IYN) launches a new series of RIB boats adventurously dubbed Rogue Boats. The Rogue 6.4 is available now for demo and purchase, with more in the series slated for 2018 release.
Constructed from high-grade, powder-coated aluminum, the Rogue 6.4 features both PVC and Hypalon tube collar options. The boats come standard with a console top and roof rack, touch screen dashboard controls for all systems, LED light bars, rear towing arch, carbon upholstery package, and a 40 gallon EPA-compliant fuel system. Two house-made shock mitigation helm seats complete the package.
“We are wanting to appeal to those who are tired of the same old style RIB boat and might want something a little more utilitarian or SUV-like in nature,” said President Jarrett Bryzek. “There is nothing else like this on the market at this price point.”
The Rogue series is IYN’s response to increasing requests from both commercial and private clients looking for a mid-sized craft that can accommodate a wide range of tasks. Rogue boats are designed and outfitted to be modular and configured to accommodate anything from guided adventure tours, daily patrol or enforcement, on-water towing as well as fire suppression and support capabilities. With tubes and hull manufactured by Highfield Boats, the Rogue is up for anything!
“RIB boats like the Rogue are ideal for houseboaters who are looking to venture away from their houseboat and take full advantage of the lake,” said Executive Editor of Houseboat magazine Brady Kay. “Secondary crafts have always been popular among houseboaters and we’re excited to see new models coming in 2018.”
Kay and his staff are currently preparing the much-anticipated annual Buyer’s Guide issue of Houseboat magazine, which will feature a selection of houseboat accessory crafts like stand-up paddle boards, kayaks, RIB boats, and other personal watercraft.
For more information on the Rogue series RIB boats visit RogueBoat.com and watch for the January issue of Houseboat magazine.