Right to roam

Rand Boats has revealed its latest model, the versatile Roamer 29, which is well suited to owners in Australia and New Zealand.

11 March 2024


Rand has revealed details of the new Rand Roamer 29, the latest addition to the Danish boatbuilder’s line-up.

Presented in Australia and New Zealand by Eyachts, the new 29-foot Rand Roamer 29 is built in Denmark to navigate challenging conditions and offer rugged performance and functionality with a splash of style.

Eyachts says versatility is at the heart of the Roamer 29, offering a range of engine configurations, including e-drive, inboard diesel, petrol or outboard options.

This engine flexibility means the vessel is suitable for those who seek leisurely cruising or exhilarating speeds, or prefer eco-conscious exploration with electric propulsion.

The Roamer 29 has a rugged aesthetic, thanks in part to a grey colour scheme and practical storage solutions that evoke the spirit of adventure and make a bold statement on the water.


There’s also a windscreen that’s crafted entirely from glass, designed to improve all-round visibility. “There’s nothing else I’ve ever seen like it,” enthuses Eyachts’ Founder Peter Hrones. “It allows you to see through it, no matter what angle. It certainly is striking.”

With the rise of boaters seeking do-all vessels, capable of exploring and day cruising, Eyachts predicts the Rand Roamer 29 will sit well within the Australian market, particularly catering to leisure fishers looking for family-friendly options.

From camping to fishing and everything in between, the Roamer 29 has a versatile exploration setup that is designed to cater to a wide range of interests. Owners can choose the all-weather pilothouse tent for overnight stays in nature and opt for roof racks to accommodate recreational gear.

For fishing enthusiasts, the vessel features storage for rods, hidden freeboard mounts, and up to six fishing rod holders, complemented by a convertible aft wet bar and cooktop.

Despite its focus on functionality, the Roamer 29 offers amenities such as fridges for refreshments and a table set up for four to five people. A generous toilet area provides ample space for a shower with a sump pump, plus storage underneath.

The multi-functional bow area features a large sunbed with plush side cushions that can be rearranged to create a versatile lounging area. Carbon poles are provided for setting up an awning, offering shelter from the sun during cruises.

“The Rand Roamer 29 emerges as the ultimate choice for boating enthusiasts seeking a blend of performance, functionality, and style,” says Eyachts in a statement. “From its purposeful fishing setup to its luxurious amenities and innovative design elements, it promises a complete package for unforgettable adventures on the water.”



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