• 145'
  • 2004
  • South Florida, Florida, United States
  • $8,995,000


  • Basic Information
  • Dimensions
  • Speed / Weight
  • Accomodations
  • Hull & Deck
  • Engine Information
  • Builder: WESTSHIP
  • Category: Motor Yacht
  • Model: Tri-Deck
  • Model Year: 2004
  • YearBuilt: 2004
  • Year Refit: N/A
  • Refit Type: N/A
  • Tax Paid: N/A
  • Country: United States
  • Registration #: N/A
  • Coast Guard #: N/A
  • Vessel Top: Hardtop
  • Fly Bridge: No
  • Cockpit: No
  • Helipad: No
  • Accomodations: Guest SR/S: 5/10 - Crew R/B/S: 4/0/9
  • LOA: 145' 0" (44.20m)
  • LWL: 125' 0" (38.10m)
  • LOD: --
  • Beam: 28' 0" (8.53m)
  • Min Draft: 6' 9" (2.06m)
  • Max Draft: 6' 11" (2.11m)
  • Clearance: --
  • MFG Length: --
  • Cruise Speed: 15 Knots
  • Cruise Speed RPM: 1,650 RPM
  • Cruise Speed Range: 2,200 Miles
  • Max Speed: 20 Knots
  • Max Speed RPM: 2,125 RPM
  • Max Speed Range: --
  • Displacement: --
  • Gross Tonnage: 424 Ton
  • Water Capacity: 2,500 Gallons
  • Holding Tank: --
  • Fuel Capacity: 11,600 Gallons
  • Fuel Consumption: --
  • Berths: N/A
  • Heads: N/A
  • Sleeps: 10
  • State Rooms: 5
  • Crew Berths: N/A
  • Crew Sleeps: 9
  • Crew Heads: N/A
  • Captains Quarters: No
  • Hull ID: N/A
  • Hull Material: GRP
  • Deck Material: Teak
  • Hull Configuration: Semi-Displacement
  • Project Manager: N/A
  • Hull Designer: Jack Sarin/Rob Schofield (USA)
  • Hull Color: N/A
  • Hull Finish: N/A
  • Exterior Designer: Westship
  • Interior Designer: Halfman Designs (USA)
  • Manufacturer: MTU
  • Model: 12V4000
  • Engine Count: Twin
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Fuel Type: Diesel


GRP Composite Hull and Super Structure with Teak Decks.



Length Overall:                       145.00 feet   (44.00 meters)
Length at Waterline:    125.00 feet   (38.00 meters)
Beam:     28.00 feet   (  8.37 meters)
Draft:        6.83 feet   (  2.08 meters)
Tonnage:       424 gross   registered tonnage (224 U.S. GRT)


Fuel Capacity:                               11,600 US Gallons (43,906 liters)
Water Capacity:      2,500 US Gallons (  9,462 liters)
Watermakers:       2,400 US Gallons/day (  9,084 liters)
Lube Oil:          200 US Gallons (     757 liters)
Waste Oil:          200 US Gallons (     757 liters)
Wastewater:          500 US Gallons w/M.S.D. (  1,892 liters)


                                     Speed Consumption per hour RPM
Maximum:                         20.0 knots, 260 US Gallons/hour @ 2,125 rpm
Cruising:   15.0 knots, 190 US Gallons/hour @ 1,650 rpm
Economical:   12.0 knots,  60 US Gallons/hour @ 1,250 rpm


Boarding via the wide and integral swim platform, large transom doors port and stbd offer access to the large sportsman’s cockpit, ideal for fishing, staging for watersports activities, or hanging out with great access to the water toys.  Generous storage lockers, in-deck fish boxes, and live bait wells with viewing ports enhance the multi-function usability of the cockpit. Curved stairwells port and starboard lead up to the aft deck, while a large, waterproof door in the forward transom provides access to the air conditioned lazarette/gym, captain’s cabin and engine room, complete with air conditioned control room, as well as commercial True 23cf side by side S.S. refrigerator and freezers. The lazarette/gym offers multi-use and is easily converted to a world class dive center, media area, etc.


The expansive aft deck is covered in teak, as are all decks aboard FIGHTING IRISH.  A molded, C-shaped bench seat is centerline full aft, between the cockpit stairs, and is accompanied by a pedestaled table and chairs, perfect for alfresco dining or watching the activities.  A J-shaped wet bar with bar stools forward to stbd houses icemakers, fridge, storage for beverages, drinkware, and TV.  Gates in the side bulkheads may be used for boarding, as well as a hydraulic passarelle out of the cockpit steps.  Full walk-around sidedecks are accessible port and stbd, with a door on the port side, just forward of midships, accesses the galley/crew area, while the stbd side door leads into the main entry foyer.  Continuing forward on the sidedecks are stairs to the bridgedeck and pilothouse. A polished stainless steel sliding door in the aft deck bulkhead leads to the salon.


The salon features satin finish cherry millwork and granite topped cabinetry, concealing entertainment center, refrigeration, and loose furniture.  A built-in bar with chairs to port compliments a large custom sofa to stbd with end table, coffee table, and occasional chair with ottoman.  Lowered bulwarks with stainless rails and expansive windows provide superb natural light and unhindered views of the surroundings. 

The forward portion of the voluminous salon is dedicated to dining, with cabinetry for storage of dinnerware and such, along with a custom table and chairs seating 10.  A door to port in the forward bulkhead leads to the stew pantry and galley, with the custom stairwell to guest accommodations below and Skylounge/pilothouse above is just off center to port, while the companionway to stbd leads to the main deck foyer, galley, day head/powder room, and master stateroom full forward.


The master stateroom takes advantage of the full beam of the yacht, providing complete privacy from crew movement and guest traffic.  Featuring a King island berth on the centerline with matching nightstands on the forward bulkhead and entertainment center and storage on aft.  To port, matching chest of drawers flank a mirrored vanity, while a desk, loveseat and end table are to stbd.  Large windows continue the views and natural light, and a featured relief in the overhead above the berth accentuates the high ceilings carried throughout.  Ensuite His & Hers baths forward, with doors to port and stbd of the berth, offer separate vanities with sink and storage, toilettes, and both a jetted tub/spa and glass walled shower stall.  Cabinetry to either side of the tub/spa contain large hanging wardrobes.


The lower accommodations level offers four similarly sizes staterooms off the accommodations foyer with linen storage and cabinetry concealing guest washer/drier. The forward two staterooms with King island berths, nightstands, entertainment center, drawer storage and hanging wardrobes.  The after two staterooms have two twin berths each with nightstands, entertainment center, drawer storage and hanging wardrobes.  Each stateroom has a private ensuite with vanity with sink and storage, toilette, and jetted spa/tub.

The galley, located on the main deck, is a chefs dream, with generous storage and granite countertops, along with all the appliances to create culinary delights sure to please all lucky enough to cruise aboard.  Finished in the same satin cherry joinery featured throughout, the chef is also provided a nice, big window, while a stew pantry between the galley and dining room allows for proper service at mealtime.  A large banquette with table and chairs offers a “country kitchen” atmosphere and the perfect location to chat with the chef regarding the day’s meals, cooking classes, or wine tastings.


Along with the captain’s cabin aft, off the lazarette/gym, the main crew’s quarters is forward of, and down a stairwell, from the galley.  Featuring three, ensuite cabins, two with upper and lower twins and a third cabin with two lower and one upper twin, each with nightstand, wardrobe, and ensuite baths with shower.  Full laundry facilities and crews mess/lounge are well designed to provide her professional crew a comfortable, spacious, and private area to rest and recharge.


Taking the interior stairs up, from the main deck, leads to the skylounge, with pilothouse forward.  The skylounge is full beam again, complete with oversized, and fully equipped bar to stbd, followed by cabinetry concealing the pop-up 42” TV, and games table with chairs.  Over to port is the day head/powder room followed by a desk with computer station, storage cabinet, and large, custom sofa; a door in the aft bulkhead leads to the boat deck. 


Forward of the skylounge is the pilothouse, with observation lounge to stbd and ships office/radio station to port.  Visibility is superb, while all the necessary and required Nav/Com electronics insure safe and comfortable navigation, with three Stidd Captain’s chairs for crew and guest comfort. Doors port and stbd provide access to the wing stations and Portuguese Bridge, leading to the centerline walkway to the foredeck, anchoring tackle, and generous Bosun’s locker.


The boat deck, aft of the skylounge, offers open deck space forward, with cabinetry and BBQ along the forward bulkhead, while a 2500lb davit crane aft makes launching personal watercraft &/or the tender a breeze.  Separate stairs lead down to the aft deck, or up to the flybridge/sundeck.  The sundeck has a full helm forward with appropriate electronic aids, along with four additional Stidd chairs.  A fully equipped, J-shaped bar with pedestal seating is aft to stbd, with built in lounge and table to port, all enjoying protection from the elements by the hardtop.  Just aft, a massive sunpad surrounds an oversized jetted hot tub spa is a favorite after a long day on the water


Main Engines
Engine Type:                                (2) MTU 12V4000, 2,750 HP each
Hours (as of 03.16):    Port: 7,868 (W-5 @ 6,000 hrs) Starboard: 8,064
    (W-5 @ 6,000 hrs) 
Gearboxes:    ZF, 2.75:1 ratio
Drive:                  Propeller

Generators & Electricity
Output:      208V/3 phase/60 Hz
Generators:   (2) 99 Kw Northern Lights generators
Hours (as of 03.16):    Port: 10,960 (960 SMOH) Starboard: 10,950 (950 SMOH)
Generator Fuel Consumption:   100 US Gallons/day
Shore Power:   190VAC-500 VAC/1 or 3 phase/50-60 Hz
Atlas (2 units):  

Volts:            190-500VAC

    Incoming:      48-62 Hz
    Output volts:  208V/3 phase/60 Hz
Batteries:   Main engine starting: 2 bank 24 VDC charged by alt & constavolt
    Generator starting:     2 bank 24 VDC charged by alt & constavolt
    General service:         1 bank 24 VDC charged by alt & constavolt
    Emergency:                2 bank 24 VDC charged by alt & constavolt

Type:   Marine Air 30 tons,        28 air handling units (new chillers & condensers 2014)

Other Machinery
Watermakers:  (2) Village Marine PW1200 @ 1,200 US Gallons per day, each
  Atlantic UV Water Sterilizer  
Stabilizers: NAIAD Marine 4420 w/ updated digital controls
Bow Thruster: American Bow Thruster 75 Hp
Steering System: Wagner (hydraulic) NB2 1600-35-EDS (rebuilt 2015)
Backup Emergency Steering:  Aft station with local manual helm
Fuel Filtration: Alfa Laval MAB 103B-24
  Dual Racor 1000 on each main engine
  Dual Racor 500 on each generator  
Bilge Water Filtration: Nelson Bilge Boy
Sewage System:  Orca Marine System RECD3062-ME
Fresh Water System: Dual Pump System 110vac and 24vdc
Misc.:  DeHa T ventilation system w/ soft start; fuel transfer system


Communication Systems
Satcom:                           EMS F55 Inmarsat Fleet Satellite Communication System
    Sea Tel V7 Satellite Phone with data
Tele. System:    Toshiba CTX100 digital PBX system, 6 lines, 28 extensions
    Telefax: Furuno Fax 30 w/ JRC NKG-800 printer
GMDSS:    Furuno FS-1562 SSB radio
    Furuno FM8500 GMDSS IMO Compliant VHF w/DSC
    Furuno Felcom 12 GMDSS Inmarsat C Satcom
    JRC NRG-800 GMDSS Parallel Printer
VHF:    (4) ICOM M602 VHF w/ DSC and Hailer ((2) pilothouse,
(1) flybridge, (1) crew)
Intercom:    Off ships phone system
Ships Computer:   Hewlett Packard
Computer Printer:   Hewlett Packard
Nav. Computer:    Dell OptiPlex 760
  Wireless RF Keyboard & Mouse 
    Transas Navi Sailor 3000 Electronic Chart Software
    Transas World Folio
Misc.:    KVH TracVision M7 Satellite TV Receiver
                   SeaTel 6004 Satellite TV Receiver w/ARPA 

Navigation Systems
Radar:              Furuno FR2115BB/6 Black Box Color Radar w/ ARPA (pilothouse) 
    Furuno FR2125BB/6 Black Box Color Radar w/ ARPA (pilothouse) 
Gyrocompass:    Simrad Robertson RGC-11 + I/F Gyro Compass 
    Simrad Robertson RSR88088 Analog Steering Repeater 
Compass:    Ritchie 6" Magnetic 
    Simrad Robertson Magnetic Compass w/ CD100A Course Detector (pilothouse) 
Automatic Pilot:    Simrad Robertson AP50 (pilothouse) 
    Simrad Robertson AP50 Remote Head (flybridge) 
    Simrad Robertson FU50 Follow Up Lever (flybridge, port & stbd wings) 
Digital Depth:    (5) B&G HS2000 Multifunction display
Video Sounder:    Furuno FCV-1200BB Black Box Video Sounder 
SatNav:    Transas 3000 
GPS:    (2) Northstar 952XW Color GPS w/WAAS 
    Garmin GTS map 740 (pilothouse) 
Navtex:    Furuno NavNet FAX30 Weatherfax/Navtex Receiver 
Sonar:    Furuno CH-250 Black Box Forward Looking Sonar 
Infrared Camera:    EMX5000 C/M Nightsight Infrared Camera w/wiper
Wind:    (5) B&G HS2000 multifunction display 
System Monitor    ISIS 700C (2012 version)

Entertainment System

Video Equipment
(3)  Samsung 42” Plasma TV's (aft deck, main salon, skylounge)
(1)  Sony 42" TV (master stateroom)
(4)  Samsung 32" TV (boat deck)
(1) Samsung 32" TV (captains quarters) 
(5) Sony SLV-D300P DVD/CD Combo (main salon, master, skylounge, crew lounge, galley) 
(10)   DSS Receivers (aft deck, main salon, master and guest strms, skylounge, boat deck, crew lounge) 
(1)  Pioneer DVH-P5000MP DVD/CD Player (pilothouse) 
(1)  24" TV (crew lounge) 
(3)  15" TV's (crew cabins) 
(1)  Sony TV (galley) 

Audio Equipment
(14)   Integra DTR 5.4 PreAmplifier (aft deck, main salon, master and guest staterooms, skylounge, boat deck, flybridge, captains quarters, crew lounge, galley, sport center) 
(14)   Sonance Balance Audio Receiver LR1 (aft deck, main salon, master and guest staterooms, skylounge, boat deck, flybridge, pilothouse, crew lounge, galley, sport center) 
(5)     Parasound Amp for Sub amp (aft deck, master stateroom, skylounge, flybridge, Portugese deck) 
(3)  Russound Volume Control (aft deck, dining salon, master stateroom) 
(1)  Sony CDP-CE575 CD changer (main salon) 
(1)  Clarion CD/MPS Player (flybridge) 
(2)  Clarion CM1622 RET Marine Speaker (forward and Portugese deck) 
(1)  NAS Intergra Network Audio Server NAS-2.3 
(12)  NAC Network Audio Receivers NAC-2.3 


Main Galley Equipment
Cooking Equipment:          KitchenAid KECC051 range w/S burners
    (2) Bosch ovens 
    Jenn Air KM411/JED 7430 grill 
    KitchenAid microwave 
Refrigeration & Freezer:    KitchenAid KSSS48FMX00 side by side
    TRUE T-49DT 23 cf side by side S.S. 
    (3) U-Line under counter (aft deck, salon, skylounge) 
    Subzero under counter (flybridge) 
Icemaker:    (5) KitchenAid (galley, salon, flybridge, aft deck, skylounge) 
Wine Cooler:    KitchenAid 4344601 (salon)
Dishwasher:    KitchenAid KUDS01FLSS2 
Trashcompactor:   KitchenAid KUCC151JSS0 
Grill:    Lynx Propane (boat deck)
    Miele electric (flybridge) 

Crew Galley/Mess Equipment
Cooking Equipment:                    Ceran range
    Samsung microwave
Refrigeration:    (2) U-Line ULN-75RFWH refrigerators

Laundry Equipment
Laundry Equipment:                    (2) Whirlpool LTE6234DT washers (crew laundry) 
    (2) Whirlpool LTE6234DQ2 dryers (crew laundry) 
    (2) Miele T-3003 washers (guest foyer/gym) (2015)
    (2) Miele T-8003 dryers (guest foyer/gym) (2015)
Pressing Equipment:    Miele B890 (crew laundry) 


Tenders:                                     17’9” Nautica Rib 18 widebody (2008) with Yamaha 115 Hp (2015) 


Anchor Windlass:            (2) Maxwell 6000 VWC hydraulic (foredeck)
Anchors:    (2) stockless navy polished S.S. @ 260kg each
(1) Fortress Danforth style-Alum
Anchor Chain:   (2) 380' x 5/8"
Deck Capstans:    Maxwell 3500 electric (stern quarters)
Crane and Davits:    Marquipt 2500lb 
Passerelle:   18’ Marquipt (hydraulic) 
Boarding Ladders:    8 step Marquipt Sea Stairs (manual) 
Swim Ladder:    Custom Stainless 
Showers:    (1) Cockpit 
Misc.:        (2) Glendinning power reels, live bait well, (3) spotlights, Jacuzzi, spa, rod holders in cockpit, cockpit fish boxes, tender fueling station, flood lights for boat deck 


Security Equipment
CCTV System:                                     ELBEX Controller EXS128 w/Remote Control Unit 
Cameras:    (5) EXC 97-9 Color Dome High Res
    (port & stbd main deck, aft deck, mast, engine room 
Monitors:    (4) crew lounge, wheel house and master stateroom 
Door Alarms:    Demco 
Ship Safe:    Yes 

Fire Fighting Equipment
Fire/Heat/Smoke Detectors:      Throughout
Fixed FM 200 System:  (1) engine room (bottle located in lazarette)
Portable CO2: Throughout
Fire Extinguishers:  Throughout
Seawater Firefighting Station:  (3) (lazarette port & stbd sidedecks) 

Safety Equipment

Life rafts:                                                   (2) Viking 20 persons in canisters
Life rings:   (3) 24"
EPRIBS:   (1) ACR 2742 Cat 1
SART:    (1) ACR 2708 


FIGHTING IRISH is a unique offering in today’s market – a proven, large volume, GRP composite constructed tri-deck motoryacht with tremendous volume, quality finishes, and desirable sportsman’s cockpit. 

With full beam master and four guest staterooms, her interior is spacious, well designed, and provides nice separation between crew and guest areas. US built, she has proven herself on both sides of the Atlantic and enjoys recent upgrades such as W-5 engine service, complete rebuilds of her generators and recent replacement of her air conditioning systems, while new soft goods compliment her interior. 



“FIGHTING IRISH” is a registered name and does not convey.  All owner’s & crew’s personal items.  A detailed list of exclusions will be provided at time of sale, upon written request.