The yacht Rhino was built as Roxana by Admiral Marine.
Donald Starkey Design
Delivered in 1998, she is designed by Donald Starkey Design. Her hull and superstructure are built out of fiberglass. With a length of 47 meter or 154ft, she can reach a top speed of 16.5 knots. In 2005 Roxana was sold and renamed Ohana.
Featured in the Below Deck TV series
As Ohana the yacht was featured in the second season of the US reality TV series named Below Deck. In the series her original crew is replaced by a TV cast and all footage was ‘staged’ and tweaked for entertainment. The series was criticized for not representing the actual charter experience.
Sold to Roy E Carroll
In 2014 Ohana was sold to US based real estate developer Roy E Carroll. Her asking price was USD 10.9 million.
Following an extensive USD 2.5 million 2014 refit, the yacht Rhino is available for charter, enquire for your ultimate charter experience.
Roy E Carroll purchased the yacht Rhino for his wife for her birthday in 2014.
Roy Carroll is the founder of The Carroll Companies, active in real estate development and construction. Carroll started developing family homes in the 1980’s and later also started developing commercial real estate. Being very successful, the company has constructed and owns more than 12,000 apartments and sold more than 2,000 homes.
Carroll is one of the largest land owners in the north-
In 2013 Carroll acquired the Greensboro newspaper Rhino Times, which explains his yacht’s name. Roy Carroll is an active philanthropist, donating large sums to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.
Roy Carroll’s net worth is estimated at more than USD 500 million.