The yacht was designed by Tony Castro for long cruises in high and low latitudes and delivered in 2001 by the Dutch superyacht yard Jongert. She has never been chartered, has always been well-maintained and underwent a major refit in 2009, in which most machinery was rebuilt or replaced.
Passe Partout accommodates 11 guests in four large cabins comprising a huge master suite, a double cabin and two twin cabins plus three Pullman berths – all with en suite facilities. She also sleeps six crewmembers. The yacht features a bright, full-beam raised saloon and a spacious flybridge area with lots of seating for dining alfresco. She has a range of equipment for watersports enthusiasts and even a dive compressor, while her folding keel allows the yacht entry to shallow cruising grounds and anchorages. Her 1,071hp MTU engine offers a range of 4,200 nautical miles at her cruising speed of 10 knots.
The yacht was asking €5,750,000 and her new owner will keep her in Spain.