The focus in designing and building the new Passport Voyager 480 has been to offer a yacht that can be easily and safely sailed by today’s knowledgeable sailors while also having plenty of room for family and guests. She is another member of our 200 plus mile a day club which Passports have become noted for.
The cockpit is large and secure which bespeaks the Passport pedigree of safe passage making as well as comfortable relaxing while in port. All lines are lead aft to the cockpit which is comfortable and secure and also has a custom stainless steel rimmed windshield for added safety.
Below decks the interior is simply breathtaking. The galley is large and centrally located so the chef is not isolated whether guests are dinning below or in the cockpit. The staterooms and both heads are large and comfortable with plenty of storage, and the main salon is large and bright with large surrounding windows and excellent ventilation. There is even a walk in utility room with volumes of storage, a work bench and even room for a washer dryer.
As with all Passports, the craftsmanship and systems design are simply the very best, providing a carefree and pleasant home on the water that will provide you and your family with years of safe and memorable cruising.
Simply put, the new Passport Voyager 480 is the very best and most comfortable 48 foot passage maker available and is offered at a price that is equally as pleasing.
|Length at Waterline||44′|
|Fuel Capacity||300 US gal.|
|Water Capacity||200 US gal.|
|Sail Area:||Standard||Tall Rig|
|Main||670 sq. ft.||733 sq. ft.|
|Working Jib||580 sq. ft.||646 sq. ft.|
Solid fiberglass hull, hand laminated, using DBM stitched biaxial fiberglass fabrics in conjunction with 100% Vinylester resin throughout the entire hull. Aramid reinforcement in hull layup. Ashland Maxguard gelcoat applied on all exterior fiberglass surfaces.
A matrix of longitudinal and transverse foam cored stringers using DBM stitched biaxial fabrics in the lower hull and hull sides provide maximum hull stiffness. A water tight bulkhead located forward.
Internal lead ballast glassed into a fixed modified fin keel (no keel bolts) with choice of drafts. Balanced skeg mounted rudder, with internal stainless steel rudderpost and integral stainless steel reinforcement.
The deck structure is a composite construction using closed cell Divinycell foam coring. All deck hardware areas are reinforced using high density Divinycell H200 closed cell foam. No wood coring is used anywhere. All deck hardware is through bolted using stainless steel backing plates and bolts.
Standard Hardware & Equipment
Engine and Steering
- Yanmar 110 HP marine common rail diesel engine.
- Excellent engine access on all sides.
- Racor 500 fuel filter.
- Foam insulated engine room.
- 12 Volt exhaust fan for engine room.
- Groco raw water strainer for engine intake.
- Scot Anti-siphon valve.
- Muffler/water lock system with gas and water separator.
- Bronze shaft strut with cutlass bearing.
- 1 1/2″ stainless steel prop shaft with bronze strut and 3 blade propeller.
- Custom bronze stuffing box.
- Aluminum 5052 grade fuel tanks with baffles.
- Jefa rack and pinion steering system with pedestal, guard and folding table.
- Stainless steel steering wheel.
- Emergency steering system with tiller.
- Edson Rudder bearing.
- Bronze rudder shoe.
Spars and Rigging
- Selden mast with MDS system or Selden in mast furling.
- Five halyards: main, genoa-1, genoa-2, spinnaker and topping lift, led internally.
- Hard Vang
- Flag halyards at spreaders.
- LED mast head tricolor and anchor light.
- Deck and steaming lights.
- Masthead mounted windex.
- 316 stainless steel rigging with compression fittings.
- Furlex furling system for working jib headstay.
Sails and Canvas
- Quantum full battened mainsail or furling main.
- Quantum furling 117% working jib.
- Custom Blue Sea electrical panel (CE and ABYC compliant).
- A/C panel section includes two load groups and a source selector switch for shore power lines and generator.
- D/C panel sections include master breakers for load groups.
- Gauges for A/C and D/C panel.
- 110-volt shore power system with 50/250 dual service.
- 110-volt outlets throughout.
- 110-volt GFI outlets in both heads and galley.
- A/C and D/C electrical wiring conduits.
- Four 12-volt 8-D AGM marine batteries.
- One Group 31 engine start battery.
- Two Group 31 windlass batteries.
- 1355 total battery amp-hours.
- Balmar 120 AH Alternator with Maxcharge regulator.
- Spare Alternator.
- Two Balmar Digital Duo Chargers.
- 3000 watt Pure Sine Wave Inverter/100 Amp Charger.
- Internal bonding system to all chain plates, thru hulls, engine and rudder system to zap zinc.
- LED cabin lights with dimmers customized to interior plan.
- Interior courtesy lights at floor level.
- Engine room and lazarette lights.
- LED Running lights to international rule.
- RayMarine i50 and i60 sailing instruments to include depth, speed, and wind direction.
- Raymarine Autopilot with hydraulic linear drive.
- Icom or equivalent VHF radio with masthead antenna.
- Ritchie FN 201 pedestal mounted compass with cover.
- Cockpit mounted waterproof panel for navigation and exterior lights.
Winches (All winches are Harken Radial)
- 2 – Two-speed #70 STC Genoa (Primary) winches.
- 1 – Two-speed #46 STC Main sheet/utility winch.
- 1 – Two-speed #46 STC Utility winch.
- 2 – Two-speed #46 STC halyard winches.
- 2 – 10″ locking winch handles.
- Non-skid side decks and cabin house top.
- Solid teak or aluminum cap rail.
- Six custom 316 stainless steel mooring fairleads.
- Six yachtsmen type 316 stainless steel 12” mooring cleats.
- 1.25” 316 stainless steel bow and stern pulpits.
- 1.25” 316 stainless steel stanchions, 34″ high with custom bases.
- 316 stainless steel boarding gates port and starboard.
- ¼” diameter double lifelines.
- Stainless steel deck and cockpit drains.
- Three 316 stainless steel cowl vents with cover plates.
- Three 316 stainless steel cowl vent guards.
- Six Manship stainless steel overhead hatches w/screens.
- Thirteen Hood stainless steel opening ports with safety glass and screens.
- Contoured tinted 12 mm laminated glass saloon windows.
- Harken aluminum Reacher and jib tracks with cars.
- Harken ball bearing traveler system with control lines and hardware for main sheet.
- Six Harken deck organizers.
- Spinlock sheet stoppers in cockpit.
- Harken blocks for sheets and halyards.
- Teak cockpit sole and seats.
- Fiberglass molded LPG storage compartment for two 20# tanks.
- Drop down teak cockpit table with foldout leaves.
- Two molded coaming compartments with acrylic doors.
- Custom 316 stainless steel companionway sliding hatch with acrylic insert.
- Custom teak louvered doors and acrylic drop boards.
- Custom 316 stainless steel boarding ladder on stern.
- Optional Hard Dodger.
- Custom Stainless Steel laminated glass Windshield.
- Two 316L stainless steel water tanks with baffles.
- Eleven-gallon hot water heater (110 volt and engine driven).
- Hot and cold pressure water system.
- Constant pressure variable speed fresh water pump.
- Scandvik or equivalent faucets in galley and heads.
- Scandvik or equivalent transom mounted hot and cold pressure water shower.
- Salt water deck wash down.
- Two galley floor pumps, salt and fresh water.
- Two large heads with shower
- Stainless steel sinks in each head.
- Automatic sump pump in each head.
- One Raritan electric toilet and one Raritan manual toilet.
- Holding tank and piping for waste disposal in each head.
- Raritan holding tank monitor.
- Bronze ball cocks/thru hull fittings bonded to ships system.
- Rule 2000 electric 12-volt bilge pump with automatic float switch.
- Rule 3700 electric 12-volt emergency bilge pump with automatic float switch.
- Rule emergency bilge pump in forward watertight area.
- Total electric bilge pump capacity 6,500 GPH
- Wema fuel and water monitoring system.
- Custom 316 stainless steel double bow roller/stem head fitting with stainless steel rollers.
- Delta 70 lb. Fast Set anchor with 250’ of G43 chain.
- Muir Storm electric windlass.
- Custom stern anchor roller, hawse and cleat.
- Stern anchor locker.
- Secondary rode; 25’ G43 chain and 200’ line.
- Choice of American cherry or Burmese teak veneers and solid wood doors and lockers.
- Standard two staterooms, two head layout arrangement.
- Custom interior designs are available on request.
- All bulkheads are of marine grade plywood tabbed to hull sides and deck.
- Solid wood trim on all interior bulkheads and cabinetry.
- Solid wood cabin doors.
- Custom navigation station with custom seating.
- Dinette table in one of two standard configurations.
- Wood ceilings on exposed hull sides.
- Solid wood handrails port and starboard.
- Removable vinyl overhead.
- Teak and holly cabin sole.
- Numerous removable, locking floorboards with stainless steel hardware.
- Chrome and stainless steel hardware on all lockers, doors and cabinets.
- Corian counter tops in galley and heads with stainless steel sinks.
- Medicine cabinet in each head.
- Custom cushions covered in choice of fabric.
- 12 volt refrigeration and freezer systems with keel coolers.
- Poured foam insulated refrigerator and freezer compartments with signature Passport front and top openings.
- Three-burner stainless steel LPG stove with oven.
- Stainless steel lined stove area.
- Stainless steel stove safety bar.
- Safety LPG panel with solenoid.
- Two 20 lb. LPG tanks.
- Custom deep double stainless steel sinks with Corian covers and wooden cutting boards.
- Corian counter tops.
- Built-in microwave oven.
- Numerous drawers, lockers and dry storage bins.
- Complete Coast Guard equipment package including; PFD’s horseshoe buoy, flare kit, fire extinguishers and horn.
- Mooring Package: anchor and chain, dock lines and fenders.
- The Standard Yacht Price is a sail away package. Your boat is completely commissioned with all specified equipment installed, launched and ready to sail in Annapolis, Maryland or Fort Lauderdale, Florida.