In the following library of photographs you will see a collection of images of Passport Yachts from the very beginning in the late 1970's through to the current Vista series that are being built today.
The undelying theme that has run through the very heart of the Passport family from the start, is the quality of workmanship and the attention to detail in every aspect of construction. This is the reason for the longevity of these fine yachts and the high residual value that they still maintain 25 to 30 years after they were first launched.
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A virtual tour of the Passport Vista 515CC
A selection of Passport 450AC photographs
A selection of Passport 470AC photographs
A selection of Passport Vista 485AC photographs
A selection of Passport Vista 515AC photographs
A selection of Passport Vista 515CC photographs
A selection of Passport Vista 545CC photographs
A selection of Passport Vista 585TC photographs
A selection of Passport Vista 615TC photographs
A selection of photographs from around the world, of Passport Yachts young and old. Including the early 40 footers of the 1980's, right up to the very latest 2010 Vista 615. Proof if it was needed as to the enduring qualities of these beautiful yachts, ensuring true value for money for a lifetime.
A further random collection of photo's of Passport Yachts from around the world. Some are old and some new, but each and every Passport Yacht is worth as much now and in many, many cases far more than they cost when new.
There are lot's of reasons for this, but the main one is.....quality of build!
John Kretschmer, author of the Used Boat Notebook, takes us on a tour and test sail aboard the venerable Passport 40.
Royal Passport 44 sailing yacht. Designed by Robert Perry.
The Royal Passport 43 was designed by Robert Perry.
The Stellar Passport 52 was in production in the early 2000s.
A quick video guide to using a spinnaker pole on your Passport Yacht