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


  • Basic Information
  • Dimensions
  • Speed / Weight
  • Accomodations
  • Hull & Deck
  • Engine Information
  • Builder: WESTSHIP
  • Category: Motor Yacht
  • Model: Tri-Deck Motoryacht
  • 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 #: 1156279
  • Vessel Top: N/A
  • Fly Bridge: Yes
  • Cockpit: No
  • Helipad: No
  • Accomodations: Guest SR/S: 5/10 - Crew R/B/S: 4/8/0
  • LOA: 145' 0" (44.20m)
  • LWL: --
  • LOD: --
  • Beam: 28' 0" (8.53m)
  • Min Draft: 6' 8" (2.03m)
  • Max Draft: 6' 11" (2.11m)
  • Clearance: --
  • MFG Length: 145' 0" (44.20m)
  • Cruise Speed: 14 Knots
  • Cruise Speed RPM: --
  • Cruise Speed Range: --
  • Max Speed: 20 Knots
  • Max Speed RPM: --
  • Max Speed Range: 2,100 Miles
  • Displacement: --
  • Gross Tonnage: 224 Ton
  • Water Capacity: 2,500 Gallons
  • Holding Tank: 480 Gallons
  • Fuel Capacity: 11,600 Gallons
  • Fuel Consumption: --
  • Berths: N/A
  • Heads: 8
  • Sleeps: 10
  • State Rooms: 5
  • Crew Berths: 8
  • Crew Sleeps: N/A
  • Crew Heads: N/A
  • Captains Quarters: Yes
  • Hull ID: WYTMY145C404
  • Hull Material: Fiberglass
  • Deck Material: Teak
  • Hull Configuration: Chined Hull
  • Project Manager: N/A
  • Hull Designer: Jack Sarin
  • Hull Color: N/A
  • Hull Finish: N/A
  • Exterior Designer: Westship World Yachts
  • Interior Designer: Westship World Yachts
  • Manufacturer: MTU
  • Model: 12V4000
  • Engine Count: Twin
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Fuel Type: Diesel


  • Hull paint
  • New carpeting throughout
  • New soft goods
  • W-5

Aft Deck

  • The teak overlay decks of the after deck are protected by high boxed bulwarks with stainless steel handrails on top and via the housetop overhang
  • There are stairs up to the Boat Deck and walk downs port & starboard down to the swim platform
  • In the bulwarks are ram’s horn stainless steel fairleads
  • There are bulwark doors port and starboard
  • There is a built-in lounge with table and four (4) chairs
  • In the overhead is a security camera
  • To port is a emergency hatch to the Engine Room
  • Forward is the Corian Bar with four (4) stools, sink, Whirlpool bin type icemaker, Sub Zero refrigerator and entertainment center
  • Sony Plasma TV
  • Sony DVD/VCR/CD Combo
  • Dish Network Receiver
  • Four (4) pair of Sonance XTR Marine Speakers
  • Xantech volume control IR
  • 12” Alchemy Sub Woofer
  • Integra DTR 5.4 Pre Amplifier
  • Sonance Micro IR receiver MR1
  • Parasound amp for sub zamp
  • Russound volume control

Entrance Foyer

The marble entrance foyer is to starboard. Forward off the foyer is the Master Stateroom. Aft outboard is the day head. Inboard is the Galley. Aft is the dining area. The foyer entrance is a double dogged and gasket door.

Main Salon & Dining

The dining and Main Salon is one large area with the dining forward. Forward are circular stairs up to the Skylounge and down to the Guest Staterooms. Forward to port is a service door to the Galley. The dining salon is outfitted with a wood table and ten (10) chairs. There is fitted general storage port & starboard.

  • Large glass windows and a glass door aft
  • Aft to starboard, is a KitchenAid wine cooler
  • Couch
  • Chairs
  • Cocktail Table
  • Port side aft is a granite bar with four (4) stools, stainless steel sink and an icemaker


Port side forward on the Main Deck accessible through a dogged and gasket side deck door is the Galley. There is a swinging glass door to the dining area aft. On the starboard side is a slide-in panel to isolate the Galley from the entrance foyer. The Galley is outfitted with vinyl wood flooring, granite countertops, and varnished wood paneling. This is a country kitchen arrangement with a raised dinette aft.

  • Double stainless steel sink with disposal
  • Dishwasher
  • Trash compactor
  • 6-Burner glass cooktop with fiddles
  • Microwave oven with hood, vent & light
  • Double ovens
  • TV monitor
  • 2-Door refrigerator/freezer
  • To port, service counter with stainless steel sink with disposal and a Whirlpool bin type icemaker
  • Entertainment console

Cockpit & Swim Platform

The teak overlay decks of the cockpit and swim platform are accessed via a curved companionway with teak overlay treads, waste high boxed bulwarks, stainless steel handrails and deck level lights from the Aft Deck.

  • On top of the bulwarks are rod holders and stainless steel sockets for tender whips
  • Port & starboard are line handling stations with stainless steel roller fairleads to bolted stainless steel cleats on deck
  • At the line handlings stations are 24-volt DC Maxwell 3500 vertical warping windlasses (they are controlled via flush mounted footswitches)
  • Port & starboard in the cockpit deck are teak overlay hatches to fish boxes with macerators
  • Inboard from the fish boxes are flush ports for access to the rudder tubes
  • To port in the cockpit deck is a chute with devil’s claw for the Fortress model #FX125 anodized aluminum stern anchor
  • On centerline is a Freeman model #3030 quick acting dogged and gasketed hinged aluminum hatch with teak overlay down to the steering compartment
  • Centerline on the transom is a quick acting dogged and gasketed lockable pantographic door to the Lazarette and Engine Room
  • There is a flush hatch to port housing the Passerelle
  • To starboard is a false flush hatch
  • Inside the bulwarks of the cockpit are flush mounted marinized stereo speakers
  • There are transom accent lights and a dockside pressurized water connection
  • Forward port and starboard are small lockers
  • In the port and starboard lockers is a 100-amp shore power connection and dockside phone and able jack connections
  • In the port locker is a speaker volume control
  • In the port and starboard lockers are ventilation duct discharges with self-coiling floating hinged flaps
  • The teak overlay deck of the swim platform is protected via stainless steel hoop style removable handrails
  • In the port and starboard corners are stainless steel pop-up cleats
  • Port & starboard are small lockers (in the port locker is a potable water washdown bib and telephone type shower and a dive compressor fill chuck & in the starboard locker is access to the tender fueling station)
  • The tender fueling station consists of a fuel gauge and Tuthill Fill-Rite electric pump with hose, reel and nozzle
  • There is a Series 800 fuel meter and a Jabsco 250-cfm DC electric ignition protected ventilation blower
  • Large stainless steel ladder stowed in the Lazarette with sockets at the swim platform perimeter
  • Bait tank with fighting chair attachment


The Lazarette is located aft and is accessed via a centerline quick acting watertight door from the swim platform. This space is protected by a smoke/fire detector to the central fire alarm system. This space is fully finished and air conditioned. The door and doorframes are wood with wallpapered walls.

  • Carpeted floors
  • The overheads are padded panels
  • Forward is a quick acting watertight door to the Engine Room
  • Aft on the starboard side is dive bottle storage for eight (8) dive bottles and hanging closets for dive gear and miscellaneous storage
  • Outboard to port is a stainless steel refrigerator outboard to starboard is a stacked washer/dryer
  • Located forward is a mirrored bulkhead
  • There are mounting pads with a stationary bike
  • Fire hose, reel and nozzle with fire pump control button for on/off
  • Outboard to starboard from the Lazarette area is a Day Head with single fixed port light with frosted window, single sink, faucet and toilet
  • Aft by the swim platform area are manual pulls for the FM200 automatic/manual fire suppression system and ship’s general fire alarm

Lazarette Machinery Spaces

Located in the aft Lazarette port & starboard are small machinery and equipment rooms. The port side is entered via a wood joiner door. This space is finished in white HPL walls with wood trim. There is stripped vinyl planked flooring and padded overhead panels.

  • FM200 Engine Room fire suppression system with control head and nitrogen charge bottle with delay
  • Ship’s fire ax
  • Steering system control boxes
  • Shore power main inlet breaker – 100AMP
  • Galvanic isolators
  • Fuel overflow alarm panel
  • Passerelle handheld wired remote control & jack
  • Bookshelf for ship’s manuals
  • Toshiba multifunction telephone
  • Integra AV receiver model #DTR5.4
  • Aft water tank control box
  • Wagner steering reservoir tank with AC and DC steering pumps and motors
  • Atlas port side shore power unit – 50KVA
  • Atlas ventilation fan with discharge to swim platform
  • The starboard side equipment locker is located behind flush wallpaper covered doors in the aft starboard Lazarette
  • Aft starboard gray water pump switch and control box
  • Cruisair control panel for Lazarette air handler 20lb handheld carbon dioxide fire extinguisher
  • Atlas 50-KVA shore power frequency converter


The Wheelhouse is on the 01 deck. It is fitted with a three-panel windshield with washers and wipers. There are side windows port & starboard and forward facing side deck doors. There is approximate 270 degree visibility.

  • At the console are (3) Stidd pedestal mount helm chairs
  • Aft is a circular lounge with table
  • Port side aft is a desk and chair
  • Navigation computer
  • Computer for ship’s service

Wheelhouse Electronics

  • DVD/CD Player
  • Satcom satellite communication systems
  • Toshiba digital PBX system (6 lines, 28 extensions)
  • The Stick II processor
  • Digital cellular
  • Furuno Fax 30 telefax
  • Furuno SSB radio
  • Furuno GMDSS IMO compliant VHF w/DSC
  • Furuno Felcom 12 GMDSS Inmarsat C Satcom
  • Furuno GMDSS parallel printer
  • Furuno model #115-12-20 power supply rectifier
  • Furuno Felcom 12KIT GPS module kit
  • ICOM VHF (black) w/DSC and hailer horn options
  • Toshiba intercom
  • Cellular phone system
  • APC Smart UPS 2200 KVA 120-volts AC (4) receptacles
  • PC marinized computer
  • Electronic chart software
  • Nav DataMax NMEA expander
  • (2) SPC40 hailer horns
  • (2) Furuno black box color radar
  • (2) Furuno ARPRA Board
  • Simrad Robertson + IF gyro compass
  • Simrad Robertson analog steering repeater
  • Simrad Robertson RGC repeater buffer board
  • Ritchie Magnetic Compass
  • Simrad Robertson automatic pilot
  • Simrad Robertson magnetic compass with CD100A course detector
  • Simrad Robertson bow thruster interface board
  • Color GPS with combo loop antenna with WAAS
  • GPS with combo loop antenna
  • Furuno NavNet black box weatherfax/Navtex receiver
  • Furuno black box forward looking sonar
  • Infrared camera with wiper
  • (2) B&G starter packs
  • (2) B&G NMEA displays
  • (2) B&G apparent wind angle analog displays
  • (2) B&G apparent wind speed analog displays
  • (4) 18” daylight pilothouse screens
  • (3) 15” daylight pilothouse screens
  • Crosspoint video matrix switcher
  • Master remote control unit MCP1000
  • (6) Remote control keypads
  • Remote control keypad waterproof
  • Simrad Robertson follow-up lever (port wing station)

Pilothouse Top

  • The Pilothouse top is finished in painted non-skid
  • There are (2) Kahlenberg chrome-plated bronze triple trumpet pneumatic horns
  • (2) ACR 120-volt DC remote searchlights

Sun Lounge

Aft of the Wheelhouse through the starboard side foyer is the sun lounge. In the starboard side foyer is an electronics room.

  • Ships alarms mimic panel
  • Forward to port is a marble day head
  • Large windows port, starboard and aft with electric glass sliding doors to the boat deck
  • Desk & computer
  • Couch
  • Chairs
  • Cocktail table
  • Game table with (4) chairs
  • Skylounge bar with (3) stools, sink, Whirlpool bin type icemaker, refrigerator, fitted and general storage
  • TV & entertainment console
  • CD Changer

Master Stateroom

The Full-beam Master Stateroom is forward of the Galley entered from the starboard side foyer through double doors.

  • Large fixed windows port & starboard with electric blinds
  • Centerline king size berth
  • Couch
  • Chair
  • Desk
  • Dressing table
  • TV & Entertainment console
  • Forward, large marble head with (2) toilets, (2) sinks, Jacuzzi tub and a large sink
  • Port & starboard forward in the head are (2) cedar closets
  • To port is an Ansel digital safe
  • To starboard are (2) digital safes and a magnetic locked gun locker

Guest Accommodations

At the bottom of the Guest Stairs is a marble foyer. In the foyer is a stewardess closet, a washing machine and a dryer.

Port & Starboard Forward Staterooms

  • King size berths
  • Opening Portlights
  • Deadlight
  • 27” Flat Screen TV & entertainment console
  • En-suite heads with toilet, washbasin and Jacuzzi tub

Port & Starboard Aft Staterooms

  • (2) Single berths
  • (2) Opening portlights
  • Entertainment center
  • Carpeted soles
  • Vinyl overheads
  • Cloth & low luster paneling
  • 27” Flat Screen TV
  • En-suite heads with toilet, washbasin and Jacuzzi tub

Crew Accommodations

The crew accommodations are on the lower level forward. Access is from the port side forward of the Galley. The crew area is fitted with a lounge and large table. This area is outfitted with solid surface countertops and is fully carpeted.

  • Entertainment center
  • LCD TV
  • Sink
  • Microwave oven
  • Multi-function navigation aid
  • To starboard, laundry area with vinyl flooring and solid surface countertops
  • (2) Sets of Whirlpool Thin Twin stacked washing machines/dryers
  • Escape hatch from starboard forward guest stateroom
  • (2) Under counter refrigerators
  • Port & Starboard are (2) crew cabins with upper & lower berths, entertainment center, deadlights and ensuite heads
  • Forward is a Vee-Cabin with (3) berths and a hatch to the Foredeck & ensuite head

Captain's Cabin

Located in the aft port side of the Lazarette area is the Captain’s Cabin. The cabin is opposite of the engineer’s control room.

  • Double queen size berth forward mounted athwartships with (2) fixed port lights above
  • nboard is a bank of drawers with built-in audio visual equipment
  • Aft is a full height cedar lined hanging locker with automatic light
  • Small desk and bookshelf
  • Toshiba multi-function phone, ISIS remote control alarm repeater and AV receiver
  • En-suite head with single sink, faucet and vanity, full height shower and single toilet


The Forepeak is accessed via a teak overlay quick acting dogged and gasketed hinged hatch centerline on the Foredeck. A removable welded aluminum ladder is provided. This space is fully painted and well lit with DC overhead spotlighting. Passive ventilation is provided through the open spurling holes. A GFCI protected 110-volt AC outlet is provided along with the bilge pump manual control switch. The pump discharges to the starboard hawse pipe. Through the lower bilge and up to the starboard side is a PVC potable water tank vent into this space. Port & starboard are stainless steel hawse pipes with saltwater chain wash and deck scupper drains. Forward is an opened partially lined divided chain bin. Extending down from the overhead are the windlass hydraulic motors and gearboxes.


  • The teak overlay decks of the Foredeck are protected by a chest high boxed bulwark, on top of which is fitted a welded polished stainless steel grab rail
  • Integrated into the bow rail is a stainless steel jackstaff
  • Low in the bulwarks are stainless steel fairleads to bolted stainless steel cleats on deck
  • Between the fairleads are large opened freeing ports
  • There are narrow waterways with scupper drains and removable stainless steel grates
  • In the bow is a quartz halogen foredeck floodlight
  • Along the inside perimeter of the bulwarks is a painted nonskid platform (This feature extends forward and forms a bow seat on centerline is a quick acting dogged and gasketed cast aluminum hatch with teak overlay leading to the forepeak and chain bins)
  • Centerline aft are teak overlay treads with stainless steel handrails up to the Foredeck companionway are dogged and gasketed hinged hatches on pneumatic ram assist leading to the full width bosun’s locker
  • At deck level are courtesy lights
  • Adjacent to the hatches are Kenwood marinized stereo speakers with volume control located inside the bosun’s locker
  • Narrow painted nonskid catwalks extend aft along the forward house sides
  • There are stainless steel folding flattop style fender cleats provided in the catwalks
  • Mounted to the forward housetop overhang is a sail track with car for working aloft

Portuguese Bridge

  • The Portuguese Bridge has a teak walkway down to the Foredeck with stainless steel handrails and walk lights
  • At the bridge are (2) small lounges with tables
  • There are walk-arounds port & starboard with wing stations port & starboard
  • Forward are (2) large storage lockers
  • There are wheelhouse doors port & starboard
  • Parasound amp for sub zamp
  • (2) Clarion marine speakers

Side Decks

  • The teak overlay decks of the side decks are protected via a waist high boxed bulwark, on top of which is a polished welded stainless steel grab rail
  • In the bulwarks forward and aft are single part opening hinged and latched boarding gates
  • Low in the bulwarks are large open freeing ports and stainless steel ram’s horn style fairleads/cleats
  • There are narrow waterways to scupper drains with removable stainless steel grates
  • At the forward ends of the side decks are teak overlay treads with stainless steel handrails and deck level lights up to the bridge deck walk-arounds
  • The side decks are partially protected overhead by the housetop overhang
  • Fitted in the overheads are flush mounted lights and Elbex closed circuit television camera domes
  • Forward on the port house side is a lockable latched hinged door with large glass panel leading to the crew entry and galley
  • To starboard is a double set of latched lockable hinged gasketed doors with large glass panels to the main entrance foyer
  • Aft of each entry door is a flush locker containing a fire station
  • Aft of these fire station lockers are diesel fuel fill lockers with flush doors
  • In the starboard side deck at the waterway forward is a potable water fill
  • Approximately amidships is a waste pump-out fitting
  • All the way aft on the Aft Deck in the waterway is a second potable water system fill
  • Approximately amidships in the port side deck in the waterway is a waste pump-out fitting
  • There is an 8-tread anodized aluminum Marquipt Sea Stair with cover flush mounted inside a recessed box on the starboard side deck bulwark


  • The teak overlay decks of the Flybridge are protected by full boxed type bulwarks and a combination arch and hardtop overhead
  • Forward is a Plexiglas windshield with heavy stainless steel frame
  • At the Flybridge helm is a stainless steel wheel and (4) pedestal mount Stidd chairs
  • Aft is a lounge with table to port
  • There is a Corian bar with (4) stools to starboard, sink, bin type icemaker, refrigerator and an electric grill
  • Aft is a Baldor hot tub and sun pads with large storage beneath
  • The arch and mast are fabricated aluminum
  • 24-volt DC ACR model #RCL-600 remote searchlight
  • (2) Large domes
  • (3) GPS antennas
  • Accent lights
  • Various fiberglass whip antennas
  • (2) Hailer horns
  • (2) Furuno radar arrays
  • Infrared camera
  • Television antenna
  • (2) Sat Com domes
  • Masthead anchor light
  • Masthead steaming lights
  • (2) Anemometer booms
  • (2) Aft facing boat deck floodlights
  • Windline stainless steel removable arch top access ladder
  • Closed circuit television camera dome
  • Halyards
  • DC plugs
  • (4) Pair of marine speakers
  • 12” Sub-Woofer
  • Simrad Robertson automatic pilot remote head
  • Simrad Robertson follow-up lever
  • 15” Waterproof marine LCD display

Boat Deck

  • The teak overlay deck of the boat deck is aft of the Flybridge and is protected with full bulwarks and stainless steel handrails
  • There are Engine Room ventilation grills port & starboard
  • Forward to port is a Corian counter with Jenn Air double grill with cover and safety switch, entertainment center and multi-function phone
  • BBQ
  • (2) Loose sun lounges
  • To port is a Marquipt davit athwartships
  • Port & starboard are 20-person SOLAS A canister life rafts with hydrostatic releases
  • TV & entertainment console

Bosun's Locker

The bosun’s locker is full width at the forward end of the house accessed via two (2) dogged and gasketed hinged aluminum hatches on pneumatic ram assist port & starboard. This space is fully painted and well lit with DC overhead spotlighting. The deck is partially overlaid with Dri-Dek mats. This space is passively ventilated through the forward house boxes and grills.

  • GFI protected 110-volt AC outlets
  • Ship’s service air chunk
  • Potable water washdown bib
  • Portable fire extinguisher
  • Windlass tethered remote and receptacles
  • Built-in Dunnage shelves
  • Folding bench/tray
  • Quick acting dogged and gasketed hinged aluminum Freeman lower accommodations escape hatch
  • Marquipt Sea Stair three-tread extension
  • Sea Stair handrail stowage
  • Three-part Passerelle access walkway storage
  • Foredeck speaker volume control
  • Well organized bosun’s spares and deck equipment


“Fighting Irish” is fit with a Marquipt custom fabricated electro hydraulic Passerelle stowed behind a flush hatch to port on the transom.

  • The Passerelle is full function operation via tethered remote
  • The plug is located to port inside the transom door
  • The Passerelle is rated for 500lbs
  • The Passerelle measures approximately 25’ in total length with three extension sections
  • There is a 1.5-hp electro hydraulic power pack and reservoir located in the Passerelle trunk
  • There are stainless steel hoop style stanchions
  • The Passerelle is finished in painted aluminum with teak overlay decking

Ground Tackle

“Fighting Irish” carries a pair of stainless steel Navy stockless type anchors.

  • The anchors are custom fabricated polished anchors reported to be approximately 260-kg each
  • These anchors are swivel shackled to 400’ each side of 5/8” G40 galvanic steel anchor chain with 316L stainless steel chain leader
  • The anchors are carried in stainless steel lined anchor pockets housed in stainless steel hawse pipes with saltwater chain wash
  • The chain wash is provided via the fire pumping system
  • The chains are hauled via Maxwell hydraulic windlasses with vertical capstans and gypsies
  • Hydraulic power for the windlasses is provided via the central hydraulic system. The windlasses are single speed reversible operated via tethered remotes with plug located in the bosun’s locker
  • The windlasses are fit with clutches, band brakes, chain stoppers, devil’s claws and stripping bars
  • The chains are drawn over stainless steel grooved rollers down open spurling holes to open dividing partially lined bins located forward in the forepeak
  • The bins drain directly overboard to starboard through the forepeak bilge
  • The bitter ends of the chains are secured with light tag lines

Engine Room

The Engine Room is entered primarily via a dogged and gasketed quick acting watertight door with round viewing in the aft engine room bulkhead from the control room. There is a secondary emergency escape via a hinged dogged and gasketed emergency escape hatch into a locker on the port side of the Aft Deck.

The Engine Room is well lit with AC fluorescent light fixtures with DC emergency lights that come on automatically upon loss of AC electrical power. Then Engine Room overhead is insulated behind solid composite panels. The forward bulkhead is insulated behind painted solid aluminum sheathing. The hull sides and aft engine room bulkhead are insulated behind painted perforated aluminum sheathing. The decks are polished aluminum diamond plates mechanically fastened to bolted aluminum sheathing. The decks are powder coated diamond plates mechanically fastened to bolted aluminum deck supports. The Engine Room is protected via a Kidde 317lb FM200 Engine Room fixed fire suppression system fit with a nitrogen time delay bottle and a separate nitrogen bottle to activate both Engine Room ventilation fan dampeners and an electric switch to secure both Engine Room fans in the #1 and #2 AC electric fuel transfer pumps.

Located just outside the Engine Room door in the Engine Room control room are (2) emergency shutdown switches from the #1 & #2 fuel transfer pumps. There are bolted stainless steel rails around both main engines. There are rod holders bolted to the Engine Room overhead.

  • (2) MTU DDC 12V4000, freshwater cooled marine diesels, each rates at 2735HP at 2100 RPM (Port = 8000 hours & Starboard = 8000)
  • (2) ZF reversing gears
  • (2) Northern Lights 99kW Generators (Port / Starboard= less than 1000 SMOH)
  • Hydraulic System driven from either generator
  • Marine Air Systems chilled water air conditioning system rated at 360,000 BTU’s, or 30 tons, of cooling capacity with 40KW of 4-stage immersion heat
  • (2) Generator 24-volt start batter banks (each battery bank consists of two 4D 12-volt gel cell maintenance free batteries in individual plastic boxes)
  • (2) Main engine 24-volt start battery banks (each battery bank consists of four 4D 12-volt gel cell maintenance free batteries in individual plastic boxes)
  • 24-Volt DC house batter bank (battery bank consists of four 4D 12-volt gel cell maintenance free batteries in individual plastic boxes)
  • Mastervolt, 24-volt, 50AMP main engine start battery charger
  • Mastervolt, 24-volt, 50AMP generator start battery charger
  • (2) Mastervolt battery isolators
  • Mastervolt, 24-volt, 100AMP house battery charger
  • Mastervolt, 24-volt, 25AMP essential battery charger
  • Rule 24-volt DC bilge pump with auto float switch
  • Starboard main engine start battery disconnect panel
  • Port main engine start battery disconnect panel
  • Generator start battery disconnect panel
  • (2) Village Marine Tec, 1200 gallon per day water makers
  • Atlantic ultraviolet light potable water system sterilization unit
  • (2) Burkes 1 1/2" –HP, three-phase, 60-cycle, 208-volt AC potable water pressure pumps
  • Paragon 24-volt DC backup potable water pressure pump
  • Shelco 25-micron potable water system filter
  • Teel potable water expansion tank
  • MP Pumps 5-hp, three-phase, 60-cyle, 208-volt AC main bilge pump
  • MP Pumps 5-hp, three-phase, 60-cyle, 208-volt AC main fire pump
  • Main bilge manifold (this is a 7-valve manifold with the following pickups: Starboard Guest, Water Works, Bow Thruster, Engine Room, Starboard Side Lazarette, Port Side Lazarette and Port Guest
  • Junn-Air 4-stage, three-phase, 60-cycle, 208-volt AC air compressor with Junn-Air 40-liter air receiver tank with automatic tank drain, discharge dryer/regulator and separate line to the toilet system with regulator and pressure gauge
  • Manchester tank 10-gallon air receiver tank for the toilet system
  • Alfa Laval fuel centrifugal purifier with a water seal alarm and re-circulating pneumatic valve (the Alfa Laval is also fit with a waste sump with drain to the waste oil tank and draws from the transom manifold and discharges to the day tank only
  • (2) Sherwood 1/2"HP, three-phase, 60-cycle, 208-volt AC fuel transfer pumps (both pumps draw from and discharge to the fuel transfer manifold
  • Jabsco 24-volt DC fuel transfer pump (this pump draws from and discharges to the fuel transfer manifold)
  • Main fuel transfer manifold, a single pipe manifold with six (6) valves, these valves draw from the following tanks: Starboard storage tank, Port storage tank, Day tank, Forward storage tank, Aft storage tank, Starboard overflow tank, and Port overflow tank
  • Tuthill Fill-Rite series 900 fuel transfer meter
  • Delta T Systems Engine Room ventilation system with P/T2 touch screen control
  • Main fuel fill manifold
  • Nautical Ventures of Fort Lauderdale Reverso reversible AC electric lube oil change pump with manifold to both main engines, both reversing gears, and both generator sumps, as well as quick connect fittings
  • Hart Systems, Inc. pneumatic tank level indicator for the clean and dirty lube oil tanks
  • Oberdorfer AC electric port side black water tank discharge transfer pump
  • Oberdorfer AC electric starboard black water tank discharge pump
  • Oberdorfer DC electric starboard emergency black and gray water tank overboard discharge pump
  • Enviorvac, Inc., US Coast Guard certified sewage treatment unit
  • (2) Glendenning electric shore cord reels with storage bins
  • Separation Technologies oily water bilge separator
  • American Bow Thruster hydraulic bow thruster system
  • Naiad Marine hydraulic stabilizer system
  • Multi Seas II electronic control with touch screen control in the wheelhouse
  • Large aluminum workbench with rubber mat overlay, Wilton vise and large Craftsman profession toolbox with assorted hand tools
  • Small Craftsman tool box recessed into the work bench with assorted spares
  • Large Craftsman tool box hung from underneath the starboard side exhaust fan trunk
  • (3) Kidde 5lb Halotron handheld fire extinguishers
  • (2) Kidde 10lb CO2 handheld fire extinguishers
  • Elbex Engine Room CCTV camera in a plastic dome
  • Gray water tank level panel with (4) analog tank level indicator gauges for all (4) gray water tanks
  • Single set Naiad Stabilizers Marine model 402

Control Room

The Control Room is located on the aft starboard side of the Engine Room and is partially enclosed with main electrical panel separating it from the Lazarette. This space is protected via smoke/fire detectors to the central fire alarm system. The Control Room is finished in white HPL wall paneling, carpeted floors and padded overhead panels. Forward on centerline is a quick acting watertight door with round viewing port to the Engine Room. Outboard to starboard is a large window to the Engine Room. There are built-in storage cabinets. All the way outboard is an engineer’s desk with bookshelves above for ship’s manuals. Aft is the ship’s main electrical panel built by Electronics Controls of Tampa, Florida.

Additional equipment in control room includes:
  • Shore power rotary selector switches for fore & aft shore cords #1 & #2
  • Toshiba multifunction telephone
  • Ship’s key lock box
  • Fuel transfer pump #1 & #2 emergency shutdown buttons
  • 4lbs Halotron handheld fire extinguisher
  • Fully air-conditioned


  • The primary electrical system is 208-volt three-phase, 120-volt single phase, 60-cycle AC and 12-volt and 24-volt DC
  • AC Power is provided via either of the Northern Lights 99KW generators via a pair of shore cords
  • The shore power stations are located port & starboard in the transom and starboard side in the Engine Room
  • The Engine Room shore power stations are fore and aft of the starboard generator
  • Each shore cord is a 208-volt, three-phase, 60 cycle 5-pin shore cord on a Glendenning electric shore cord reel with plastic storage bin
  • Each cord is designed to be led out of the hull side
  • At each hull side station there is a telephone and cable connection
  • Each transom shore power station has a single three-phase, 60-cycle, 208-volt, 100AMP, 5-oin shore cord receptacle and two (2) telephone/cable receptacles
  • Each of the (4) shore cords is protected via a galvanic isolator and a shore cord break
  • Shore power is converted via a pair of Atlas 50KW shore power conversion units
  • The shore power converters have a constant output of 120/208-volt AC, three-phase, 60-cycle at 139 amps each
  • Each shore power converter is fed via a pair of selector switches starboard side in the control room
  • The port side shore power converter selects between either the forward engine room or the starboard aft shore power station
  • The starboard side shore power converter selects between either the aft engine room or the port aft shore power station
  • The main electrical switchboard is located along the aft bulkhead of the control room (It is an Electric Controls designed and built split bus panel with touch screen control interface with the Atlas shore power conversion system)
  • Main Engine Start: There are (2) 24-volt DC main engine start battery banks in the engine room located centerline aft between the main engines, each bank consists of (4) 4D gel cell maintenance free batteries in individual plastic boxes with lids, each battery bank is fit with a disconnect switch and separate parallel solenoid with switch in the engine room (both battery banks are charged by either PTS driven alternators off of each main engine or via a Mastervolt 24-volt, 50AMP battery charger
  • Generator Start: There are a pair of 24-volt DC battery banks in the Engine Room centerline aft between the main engines, each battery bank consists of (2) 4D gel cell maintenance free batteries in individual plastic boxes with lids, each battery bank is fit with a disconnect switch and a separate parallel solenoid with switch in the Engine Room, both battery banks are charged by either belt driven alternators off the front of each generator or via a Mastervolt 24-volt, 50AMP battery charger
  • House: There is a single 24-volt DC house battery bank located in the Engine Room centerline between the main engines, this battery bank consists of (4) 4D gel cell maintenance free batteries in individual plastic boxes with lids, each battery bank is fit with a battery disconnect switch and a 250AMP pushbutton fuse, each battery bank is charged via a Mastervolt 24-volt, 100AMP battery charger, the house battery bank fees the 24-volt house distribution panel in the Engine Room, there are (3) sub panels on board, they are lower deck, the upper deck and the Pilothouse, each sub panel is fit with a magnetic breaker for each circuit
  • Essential Battery Bank: There is a single 24-volt battery bank in the Engine Room located centerline between the deck plates and the main engines, this batter bank consist of (2) 12-volt 4D gel cell batteries in individual plastic boxes with lids, this battery bank is fit with a disconnect switch and is charged via a Mastervolt 24-volt, 25AMP battery charger located in the Engine Room
  • The Essential Battery Bank feeds part of the lower deck 24-volt DC distribution panel in the control room
  • The Essential Battery Bank also feeds directly the 24-volt DC electronics panel, this panel is for emergency electronics and emergency lighting, each Essential circuit is protected via a magnetic breaker, the Essential panel powers the DDEC controls, the steering solenoids, the FM200 fixed fire suppression system, the port & starboard main engine pre-lube pumps and the battery parallel solenoids

Steering Systems

The steering system on board is Wagner power assist hydraulic steering with wheel driven helm pumps at the pilothouse & Flybridge stations. There are two (2) power assist steering pumps. The primary steering pump is an AC pump with secondary power assist being 24-volt DC pumps; both pumps are located in the port auxiliary machinery space in the Lazarette.

  • Stainless steel shafts pass through fiberglass rudder logs with Dripless shaft seals
  • Supported on painted steel split shelves on the main longitudinals are Delrin bushings with bronze carriers
  • Clamped and keyed to the rudders are bronze tillers with adjustable painted steel tie bar between
  • There are single double acting rams to each tiller
  • To port is a Accumotor feedback unit with pressure gauge
  • There are isolation valves provided at the rams
  • The end fittings are heim type joints
  • On the starboard side is a pair of feedback units for the Wagner steering system and Simrad autopilot

Safety Gear & Equipment

  • (2) 20-person canister life rafts – SOLAS A pack ACR 406 EPIRB
  • ACR Pathfinder SART
  • FM200 fire suppression system for engine room
  • Handheld fire extinguishers
  • (20) Adult personal flotation devices
  • (2) Child personal flotation devices
  • (3) Life rings
  • Offshore trauma medical kit
  • Oxygen kit
  • Escape hatches: Starboard forward guest crew, engine room and crew through bosun’s locker
  • (3) Deck mains with hoses and nozzles
  • Bilge pump manifolded to (7) bilges
  • (14) Automatic bilge pumps
  • (14) High water alarms
  • Ditch bag
  • 24-Volt emergency battery
  • Full GMDSS equipment
  • Back-up emergency steering
  • Infrared Night Vision camera
  • CCTV system with (5) cameras: port main deck, starboard main deck, aft deck, mast and engine room
  • Security door alarm system
  • Central fire detection system with (28) smoke and heat detectors
  • Handheld portable radios
  • (3) (30 Remote searchlights; two small and one large)
  • Ship’s whistle
  • Emergency diesel bilge/fire pump
  • Fire ax
  • Safety plan
  • Back-up engine controls
  • Remote shutdowns for fuel transfer pumps #1 and #2


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