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  1. #11
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    Default Re: Portofino 25 - Torquay to Dartmouth

    a proper sunseeker turn more heads

  2. #12
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    Default Re: Portofino 25 - Torquay to Dartmouth

    Looks great Rob.

    I like the ride attitude, nice and flat. Remind me, what engine does it have and how fast will it go?

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    Default Re: Portofino 25 - Torquay to Dartmouth

    Quote Originally Posted by petem View Post
    Looks great Rob.

    I like the ride attitude, nice and flat. Remind me, what engine does it have and how fast will it go?
    Hi Pete,

    Single Steyr 246 (Monoblock Turbo Diesel) and a Bravo One drive. Seems to run well - she's currently topping out at 31kts with 1/2 tank and 4 aboard. Quick enough for our needs and cruises comfortably mid 20's. I reckon she'd run a slightly higher pitch if ever I felt inclined, but not sure it's worth the cost for perhaps 1-2kts. Might do some testing and some calcs at some stage...

    The lettering looks great and I think suits the boat perfectly

    Cheers,

    Robin
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    Default Re: Portofino 25 - Torquay to Dartmouth

    Quote Originally Posted by sprocker View Post
    Loving it Rob, different beast altogether from the last boat. We've only missed one weekend aboard since we took ownership.

    We must get that beer and natter sorted sometime soon.
    Definitely!

    Quote Originally Posted by jcwads View Post
    Great video. The Dart looks stunning as always! Nice day for it... enjoy the boat, she’s lovely.
    It did indeed. I've been waiting for such a day on the weekend - they always seem to pop up during the week and I'm left looking out at it through green envious eyes! (Rain and mist most of today...)

    Quote Originally Posted by seastoke View Post
    a proper sunseeker turn more heads
    A few comments already - she does look good and the looks of that that era seem to have improved with age. (Shame I can't say the same about me )
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