Derani Yachts

Porsius Albaran 19

USD 600,000
22.87 metre
Phuket, Thailand


  • Make/Builder: Porsius Albaran

  • Model: 19

  • Year: 1985


  • LOA: 22.87 metres

  • Beam: 5.49 metres

  • Draft: 1.83 metres


  • Max. Speed: 9 knots

  • Cruising Speed: 7 knots

  • Cruising Range: 900 nm


  • Fuel: 4500 litres

  • Fresh Water: 1500 litres


  • Model: MTU Mercedes

  • Horsepower: Single 230 hp


  • Cabins:3 + 2 Crew

  • Heads: 3 + 1 Crew

Minico is a long-range luxury motor sailing yacht built in the Porsius shipyard in Holland in 1985. She has benefited from two refits in 2006 and 2010 with refit works including new teak decks, an extension to the aft deck, a hydraulic crane and a bulbous bow. The yacht is constructed entirely of aluminium and offers a lot of space inside and out.

Guest accommodation is forward with a huge master bed and spacious ensuite in the bows and a double and a twin cabin amidships which are also both ensuite. Aft of the spacious deck saloon and dining area is the well-equipped galley and crew mess with two double crew cabins aft with shared head.

With her single 230 horsepower MTU Mercedes engine she cruises at 7 knots with a range of around 900 miles under power. The whole boat is air conditioned and there is a water maker capable of producing 180 Litre per hour supported by the 25 Kw Generator.

Broker’s Comment

Minico is a luxurious motor sailor built to high standards, comfortable and stable she is suitable for high end charters or extended offshore cruising.

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Ian Hewett

Brokerage Manager

Ian is the brand manager for Sirena Yachts, the innovative builder of long range cruising motor yachts. He is also the brokerage manager at Derani Yachts and personally visits and photographs all the brokerage boats we have for sale. If you are looking to buy or sell a second hand boat then he is the one to see. Ian also has extensive knowledge of the region if you need any cruising advice.

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