Fraser Yachts signs superyacht Fighting Irish for sale

26 September 2010 • Written by Malcolm MacLean

I spent some enjoyable time last week in Monaco with Jeff Partin of Fraser Yachts who told me that he and lead broker Neal Esterly in the San Diego office have taken over the central agency for sale of the 44.2m motor yacht Fighting Irish at a price reduced by $2 million.

A Lloyd's classed superyacht, built by Westship in 2004 to a design by Wesley Carr, she's a 145 model with a GRP hull and superstructure. Featuring an interior design by Yacht Design Associates/Priore, she can accommodate 10 guests in one master, two double, and two twin cabins. A maximum speed of 21 knots and a cruising speed of 18.5 knots is delivered by two 2735hp MTU diesel engines. She's perfect for family use or charter and will be on display at the Fort Lauderdale Boat Show, asking $12.995 million.

Fighting Irish is listed on View this superyacht's media and specifications

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