1989 '89 Wellcraft Portofino


The Wellcraft Portofino really made an impression on the style of large cruisers when it was introduced. It still is an impressive looking cruiser with it's distinctive profile and generous 14' beam. This Portofino has been docked under a canopy at the owner's home and has been serviced and winter stored at our facility for about 10 years. The hull is in great shape, it still shines and the exterior upholstery was replaced in the past 10 years and looks great as well. The exterior was completely buffed/waxed and new bottom paint applied during the winter of 2017 so it looks great. The engines had both carburetors replaced at the end of the 2016 season and they run the best ever! Features include: twin 7.4 liter Mercruiser inboards, Kohler generator (newer), windshield wipers, Garmin GPSMAP 215, Ritchie compass, Maxwell anchor windlass, Fireboy automatic fire suppression system, Clarion stereo/cd, Furuno VHF radio, remote spotlight, U-line cockpit icemaker (newer), cockpit sink, cockpit outlets, cockpit lighting, cockpit storage compartments, sliding acrylic cabin door, opening cabin port lights, overhead deck hatches with screen, open salon seating which converts to beds, galley (fridge, electric cook top, microwave, coffee maker), entertainment center (original equipment), central vacuum system, head with separate shower stall is accessible from main cabin as well as v-berth suite, v-berth suite dressing area with sink, transom door, large swim platform with fender storage and storage locker, and swim ladder. This is a lot of boat for a low investment, most of today's wakeboard boats are running over $100,000. Imagine this Portofino with the faux teak and holly cockpit decking that you see on all of today's yachts. Having it installed on the aft deck and even throughout the cabin along with fresh cabin upholstery, this entry level priced cruiser would look gorgeous next to today's six figure cruisers at your favorite rafting cove or restaurant! A video of this cruiser up and running can be viewed at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fx4-Z9-Sj8U


For more information contact Skipp LaJoy at 952-474-0292, ext 101.