He speaks with a West Country accent.
Some green-eyed tugs once kidnapped his uncle and threatened to scuttle him unless Sea Rogue stole barges for them. The pirates were later caught out by Ten Cents, Sunshine, Grampus, and Sea Rogue himself, who devised a plan to capture the two villains. Sea Rogue had been previously mistaken as the pirate himself, hence his nickname and he later forgave the Star Tugs for ever thinking that about him. He then returned to a peaceful life with his uncle Up River.
Sea Rogue's appearance was quite intimidating, especially his eye patch, a typical pirate trademark. He was a blackish-blue tug in colour, and he did not seem to work for any particular fleet. However, the Mi symbol on his stack suggests that he works at the munitions factory, as the same symbol is seen on factory and warehouse doors.
Top Speed- 20 knots
Behind the Scenes
- In Salty's Lighthouse, Sea Rogue was simply called the Pirate, and was an antagonist who willingly stole cargo, but he only existed in Top Hat's dreams.
- On the model of Sea Rogue, there is writing from the production crew reading, Which Tug am I? on the lower deck, and Schizoid on the stern. This is a joke between the crew members as Schizophrenia is a mental disorder which causes people to think they have another personality. This relates to the fact that his model was also used for Bluenose.
- Some features from Sea Rogue's appearance in the episode Pirate were found altered on the model as discovered in 2012. There is speculation that Sea Rogue was intended to appear in the cancelled second season of TUGS, thus Bluenose was in the midst of being changed back to Sea Rogue before Clearwater Features shut down.
- His model and face masks were sold to The Star Tugs Company (formerly The Star Tugs Trust).
- He shares the same whistle sound as the Fultan Ferry and Bluenose.