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Sailing Yacht PASSE PARTOUT - a Jongert Superyacht
Sailing yacht Passe Partout is an outstanding 42m luxury vessel built by the prestigious Dutch shipyard Jongert. Designed by the well known naval architect Tony Castro and launched in 2001, the superyacht PASSE PARTOUT is Lloyds classed with the latest refit in 2009. Accommodation aboard this pedigree yacht is offered in one Owner cabin, two twin cabins as well as three Pullman berths.
The Jongert built Passe Partout sailing yacht was inspired by Jules Verne's novel "Around the World in Eighty Days". Her Owner has credited her spirit with extensive worldwide travels and ocean crossing. Her folding keel makes it possible to reach the best spots even in shallow waters. Passe Partout was designed for ultimate comfort with a massive master suite and further accommodation for 6 + 3 guests as well as a crew of 6.
There is a large variety of extras aboard PASSE PARTOUT Yacht for those seeking a more active relaxation, including water ski, snorkelling equipment, diving equipment and a dive compressor.
|Type/Year:||a Jongert Superyacht/2001
|L.O.A.:||42 m (137'10")
|Guests:||8 + 3
||Max Speed:||13.5 knots
||Engines:||1x MTU 12V2000M70
|Cruise Speed:||10 knots
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