Wherever your dreams may lead, your Passport Vista 545AC will take you there in safety, speed, comfort and head-turning style.
The Passport Vista 545AC hull design features a reverse walk up transom and raised deck house.
This thoroughly modern and stylish yacht offers an abundance of room and comfort yet keeps a sleek, low profile.
The modern reverse transom will appeal to those who prefer a contemporary look to our incredibly popular Vista 515.
Truly a modern world-class cruising yacht with all of the quality and custom touches you have come to expect from a Passport.
The high tech composite hull and deck are designed for speed, comfort and the highest level of safety.
The Vista series sail plan with its Solent headsail design and mainsail furling system are unparalleled in ease of handling and efficiency.
Although modern in their specification, Passports are still built by old world craftsman skilled in the art of fine yacht building. From the safety features of the custom fabricated stainless steel deck fittings to hand crafted raised panel and louvered doors, every detail large and small is taken into consideration. Our interiors are not modular in construction but hand built, piece-by-piece, to create an interior that flows flawlessly from stem to stern.
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.
“It was conceived for voyaging,” said judge Tim Murphy, “… this is the one I’d also want to take for daysails. It’s a boat that gives you access and control to all your sail handling hardware. You can really shape the sails.”