A lovely example of the ever-popular Sunseeker Portofino 53 MKII. Powered by the awesome MAN 800’s she will effortlessly reach 34 knots.
The Portofino 53 is well known for its superb cockpit area capable of hosting many guests. This particular vessel has various upgrades including a teak effect throughout the cockpit roofline and on the bow area.
Lying ashore in Germany, viewings by prior appointment 7 days a week.
Ample cockpit area with tender garage to rear, access to saloon forward.
Below there is a large seating area with fixed table, which is positioned to the starboard side of the vessel. To port there is an ample galley.
Forward is the master cabin with en suite. Aft to the port side there is a guest double and starboard there are a pair of bunks.
Automatic bilge pump
Bose sound system upgrade to saloon
Bow and Stern Thruster
Fridge to cockpit
Hob to cockpit
Hob to galley
Icemaker to cockpit
Low level cockpit lighting
Microwave to galley
Raymarine 12” Colour GPS multifunction plotter
Ropes and fenders
Stern hot and cold shower
Teak in cockpit roof
Teak on Bow
Tv’s to al cabins
Washer dryer to port cabin
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