Sunseeker Portofino 40: First images

Sunseeker Portofino 40 exclusively revealed in MBY March 2012



These are the first official images of the new Sunseeker Portofino 40 revealed exclusively in the March issue of Motor Boat & Yachting magazine.

After months of hints, rumours and fevered speculation, Sunseeker has finally lifted the lid on its sensational new entry-level sportscruiser.

First deliveries of the boat start in August 2012 but these detailed computer renderings suggest it will be well worth the wait.

Large hull windows, overhead skylights and a relatively beamy design, should ensure unprecedented levels of light and space down below.

The layout includes a spacious cabin amidships with sliding berths, an owner’s cabin forward, a single shared heads compartment and a comfortable galley and saloon.

Superyacht designer Ken Freivokh has also been drafted in to add a suitably upmarket touch to the fit and finish.

The cockpit is protected by a large electric sunroof and features four forward-facing helm seats, a U-shaped dinette and permanent sunpads fore and aft.

The standard engines are a pair of 320hp Yanmar sterndrives although Volvo options up to 400hp D6 are available.

Prices start from £358,800 inc UK VAT but include lots of standard equipment such as a generator, bowthruster, Raymarine nav gear and a teak cockpit, which are usually cost options.

You can read the full story of the new Sunseeker Portofino 40 including additional images and a world exclusive preview of the boat in build in the March issue of Motor Boat & Yachting magazine.

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