Rogue Shipyards initially started producing their line of ships for private military corporations and eventually became top-line supplier for factions with suspicious activities.
Hammerhead-Class Light Fighterhttp://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=163689909
Hammerhead was developed as a premier craft of Rogue Shipyards, featuring twin Arch-type S1 engines and twin Thumper-type S2 kinetic turrets. The ship was easy to produce, easy to maintain light fightercraft. It's cheap price ensured that the ship still remains popular among Rogue Shipyards clients.
Hermes-Class Heavy Fighterhttp://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=163688185
Hermes is one of the latest products produced from Rogue Shipyards production line. This Heavy fighter is feared for it's twin hull mounted Tremor-type S3 railguns and one dorsal-mounted Double Thumper-type S1 kinetic turret. The ship's powerplant enable Hermes to mount twin Sparker-type S1 Engines and also twin Lightning-type S2 boosters. The heavy punch and unmached manuverability made this fighter favourite among clients who prefer hit and run style of warfare.
Vagabound was produced when demand for convoy escort ships raised. The vagabound's primarry role is to deal heavy damage to enemy ships so that it's more risk than return for them to attack convoys escorted by Vagabound-Class destroyers. This is achieved by mounting 4 Sledgehammer-type S4 kinetic turrets and 6 Firestorm-type S3 kinetic support turrets. The Vagabound is propelled by double Lightning-type S3 boosters and a single Sparker-type S3 Engine. The main downside of Vagabound is it's low sensor range of 25 000 km. The ship is piloted by 18 crewmen. Ship has medical and recriation facilities enough to fulfill all needs of the ship's crew, which is very important in long escort missions.