Passport 10.5


$2,199.00 Retail Price: Retail Price: $2,449.00
(You save $250.00)
Hobie Passport  - Seagrass

Passport 10.5

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The Mirage Passport takes you anywhere you want to go with the ease of pedal power and the world-class authority that comes with the Hobie brand. Every feature is designed with your entertainment in mind. And everything we have in mind for you is seriously fun. The easy-to-use steering system and simplified version of our twist-and-stow rudder puts navigation at your fingertips and a smile on your face.

Enjoy the power and simplicity of the Mirage Drive GT with Kick-up Fins. Pedal to places others can’t. Move easily across shallows or through the weeds and reach even the most remote waters without tiring. After all, we work hard so your legs don’t have to.


  • Hull Length: 10’6”
  • Width:  34”
  • Capacity:  325 lbs
  • Fitted Weight:  65 lbs
  • Full Rigged Weight:  75lbs


  • Two-tone Hull
  • Mirage Drive GT with Kick-up Fins
  • Suspended Mesh Aluminum Frame Seat
  • Steering System with Stowable Rudder
  • 8” Twist-n-Seal Hatch
  • Vertical Accessory Tube (Sail and Bimini)
  • Bow and Stern Cargo with Bungee
  • Replaceable Keel Guard
  • Stackable Hull Design
  • Cargo Scuppers for Hobie Cart
  • Includes: Aluminum 2 Piece Paddle, Rod Holders (2), Accessory Mounting Tracks (2)



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  • 5
    Snappy Little Boat

    Posted by Harold on 2022 Jul 26th

    We bought this boat, because I have a larger Hobie, and this one fits inside the 24' RV, for transport, in the kitchen aisle. Fits! The new pedals are fantastic, as is the new seat. The new rudder is also a great improvement. The boat is more stable than my old one, as it is wider, but doesn't track as well through waves. It gets tossed a tiny bit off-track (the 14' model cuts a fine, sharp line no matter what). Works with the old wheels. Only drag is that there is only a paddle anchor on one side. But no big deal. The new paddles let me go shallow, but they are noisier than the old ones, and not as fast. But easier to pedal. A nice trade-off.