Passport Vista 585 Twin Cockpit
""Work surfaces have effective fiddles, doors have tiebacks, floorboards can be locked down, and there are hand holds everywhere. hatches,ports and dorade ventilators capture prolific quantities of fresh air, and every door and drawer is perfectly hand fitted.""Jeremy McGeary Cruising World magazine
PASSPORT YACHT VISTA 585 TWIN COCKPIT
This breathtaking new hull design by Bill Dixon features a raised deck house yet keeps a sleek, low profile. A large, comfortable cockpit is followed by twin steering stations and an aft deck seating area. The modern reverse transom will appeal to those who prefer a contemporary look.
Truly a modern world-class cruising yacht with all of the quality and custom touches you have come to expect from a Passport.
All sails are hydraulically operated roller furling as standard. The inner working jib is self tacking requiring no use of the electric primary winches which are intended for the sheeting of the off the wind or reaching forward sail.
Below decks the standard layout is a three full cabin two head layout which also has a full sized walk-in engine and machinery room or optional four cabin layout. As with all Passports, the interior can be completely customized to suit your intended usage and lifestyle.
Over the years our hallmark has become creating very individualized custom interiors for each of our clients and as such no two Passports are exactly alike and are a reflection of their owners exacting requirements. Planning and customizing your yacht involves teamwork between the owner, designer and builder.
From the day you make your purchasing decision, you will work as a partner with the professionals at Passport Yachts to create the yacht of your dreams.
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"If I were the owner of this boat, I’d set aside a few minutes each day to sit at the entrance to this engine room and just gaze at the beautiful machinery. I might even fondle a valve or two from time to time."
Tom Dove. Sail Magazine 23/04/10