The 615 we tested had a three-stateroom/two-head layout. One may be hard pressed to identify the owner's quarters, for both the forward and aft cabins are equally opulent, with walk-around queen berths, spacious heads with showers, and generous stowage. A third, smaller double-berth cabin to starboard extends the crew capacity.
With time and technology, "Made in Japan" changed from a derogatory to a sought-after declaration of origin. I believe that with 30 years of experience and the production of 550 vessels, Passport Yachts has redefined the meaning of "Made in China." From stem to stern, keel to masthead, the new Vista 615 reflects a standard of construction, equipment, installation, and overall execution that should be the envy of the industry.