Yacht passerelles, boarding systems and gangway guides

As very often the first place on a yacht that a guest will step, the passerelle (or gangway, to our Atlantic cousins) should be considered as an important part of the yacht’s design and visitor experience; it is not just an inconsequential walkway from the dock to the boat.

With assistance from some of the best suppliers of passerelles and gangways to superyacht builders globally, we’ve written guides covering a lot of passerelle knowledge: including the different types of passerelle you could consider, and the pluses and minuses of a carbon fibre passerelle.

If you’re looking for a supplier or related business, you can find yacht passerelle and gangway companies near you using our powerful search.

Single telescopic gangwayDifferent types of yacht passerelles available

American based passerelle manufacture Nautical Structures lists the various passerelles available to a yacht or superyacht. From single or double telescopic to jack knive, see how they look in all their glory on board a superyacht.

Read about the different styles of passerelles here

Carbon Fibre GabgwayPros & cons of carbon fibre gangways

There are many benefits to choosing a carbon fibre gangway over a traditional metal alloy one. It would help reduce weight, and improve fuel efficiency. However carbon fibre is not without its faults. Find out the pros and cons of carbon fibre passerelles and gangways with Yachting Pages.

Read yacht carbon fibre gangway guide here

jack-knife passerellePasserelles: The first and last impression

High quality materials and attention to detail is what is expected when boarding a superyacht, so it is vital a yacht passerelle reflects this. Furthermore it is important to know all the different types of passerelles a superyacht can install so space can be maximised. Find out the various types of gangways here along with particular features to look out for.

Read yacht passerelles: The first and last impression

 

Yacht Passerelles, Gangways & Boat Boarding System guides

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Yacht passerelles, boarding systems and gangway guides

As very often the first place on a yacht that a guest will step, the passerelle (or gangway, to our Atlantic cousins) should be considered as an important part of the yacht’s design and visitor experience; it is not just an inconsequential walkway from the dock to the boat.

With assistance from some of the best suppliers of passerelles and gangways to superyacht builders globally, we’ve written guides covering a lot of passerelle knowledge: including the different types of passerelle you could consider, and the pluses and minuses of a carbon fibre passerelle.

If you’re looking for a supplier or related business, you can find yacht passerelle and gangway companies near you using our powerful search.

Single telescopic gangwayDifferent types of yacht passerelles available

American based passerelle manufacture Nautical Structures lists the various passerelles available to a yacht or superyacht. From single or double telescopic to jack knive, see how they look in all their glory on board a superyacht.

Read about the different styles of passerelles here

Carbon Fibre GabgwayPros & cons of carbon fibre gangways

There are many benefits to choosing a carbon fibre gangway over a traditional metal alloy one. It would help reduce weight, and improve fuel efficiency. However carbon fibre is not without its faults. Find out the pros and cons of carbon fibre passerelles and gangways with Yachting Pages.

Read yacht carbon fibre gangway guide here

jack-knife passerellePasserelles: The first and last impression

High quality materials and attention to detail is what is expected when boarding a superyacht, so it is vital a yacht passerelle reflects this. Furthermore it is important to know all the different types of passerelles a superyacht can install so space can be maximised. Find out the various types of gangways here along with particular features to look out for.

Read yacht passerelles: The first and last impression