Yoho Ahoy is a British children's television series about a group of nine distinct pirates, aboard their ship The Rubber Duck. The title Yoho Ahoy derives from the fact the only words that the main characters say are "Yoho" and "Ahoy." The characters themselves are animated puppets. In 2001 it won the Banff Television Festival Rockie Award: Best Animation for "Yoho Ahoy: Buzz with Jones" In Canada, the programme also aired on Knowledge Network.
Flamingo - The blue and pink bird on the ship who is Booty's friend. He always causes mischief on board The Rubber Duck.
The Sun - Never seen. By day, The Rubber Duck can be seen floating on the high seas under blue skies and tethered by pink, trembling clouds.
Parrot - The multi-coloured parrot on the ship.
Rats - The pink and blue rats on the ship. With their squeaky communication, they cause nothing but trouble wherever they go.
The Moon - Appears at the beginning and end of quite a few episodes. It is blue and round, and it can be seen in front of The Rubber Duck.
Cat - The Cat on the ship.
Audio Service - A never-seen periscope-shaped voice trumpet who rises from the ground and interacts with the Yohos, often engaging in games with them, as well as serving as a supervisor. It is the only resident of The Rubber Duck who speaks in complete sentences.
Crow - The Crow on the ship who is often seen looking out for the Yohos.