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ROAM Launches Ultimate Expedition Vessel the 35m Shadow

The team at ROAM has been working hard behind the scenes expanding its line of semi-custom, go-anywhere tenders and support yachts, and is excited to announce the launch of its largest support vessel to date, the 35 metre ROAM Shadow.

Often described as the 4 x 4’s of the sea, due to their robust form, ROAM design and manufacture three key ranges – the high-speed ROAM Shadow catamarans, the 8-10 metre ROAM RIB’s and also a range of inflatable landing crafts.

The ROAM Shadow, also available in 24m and 27.5m, is an out-and-out support yacht, prioritising tender, toy, vehicle, and submersible storage. The addition of the 35 metre to the range came about by client request and the requirement for extra capacity for tenders and toys, specifically a 50ft cigarette boat. Other upgrades include space for a touch-and-go helipad, increased accommodation and a vast open deck area with a higher lifting capacity crane.

The ROAM 35 is a shallow draft, sturdy but highly manoeuvrable, platform that can hit speeds of 22 knots. Designed to go anywhere and with a fuel range that can cross the Atlantic, opportunities for exploration really are endless. With ROAM not only can owners reach the uncharted, they can do so in comfort, style, and most importantly they’ll get there safely. Josh Richardson, CEO of ROAM confidently states: “There are no compromises with the ROAM 35. Space and range restrictions don’t apply, so this vessel ticks every box, there is pretty much nothing that it can’t take.”

The ROAM Shadow has been developed in collaboration with a highly regarded and experienced team of naval architects and designers and is a fully engineered vessel ready to build. This is without doubt the most usable, affordable and stylish support yacht on the market offering an incredibly low cost of ownership for its vessel type.


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