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Marlow Marine Sales, Inc.
Irish Miss is a beautiful yacht that has been babied, maintained and extensively upgraded in the last few years.
The 800 HP 3406E Caterpillar Engines let her burn a mere 8 GPH total at 8-knots and still provide an 12-18-knot cruise and 21-knot top speed. The original generators have been replaced. The engines and generators have been serviced professionally on a regular basis and she is ready to cruise. She is a great sea boat with twin keels that fully protect the propellers. She also is stabilized (new in 2021), and the teak decks look great. She also boasts a new top-of-the-line yacht controller to allow remote docking and maneuvering underway.
The three staterooms with three heads make her a great family boat. Her separate crew quarters aft of the engine room with access from the aft deck have been converted to a handy tool room, spare parts storage and workshop, but easily could be reconverted to crew quarters if desired, since there is a fourth head in this area.
The Portuguese bridge and high bulwarks make this a very safe vessel underway. Wide covered side decks, large cleats and oversized hawse pipes make line handling safe and simple. The hard top and full enclosure provide protection from the elements on rough days and will keep the flybridge seating out of the sun and rain. The tender is a 2014 Boston Whaler 130SS with 4-stroke Mercury outboard and a Bimini top and cover.
Irish Miss has great outdoor spaces for relaxing or entertaining. The bow seating is a favorite spot to watch the world go by when coastal cruising, and is also a great spot at anchor. The cockpit is a great place for dinner with its built-in bench seat and beautiful teak table with matching director’s chairs. You will find the flybridge is the best spot in a marina setting, offering privacy with a teak table and seating and a great view. The flybridge features custom indoor-outdoor mesh carpeting.
The wide side decks and high bulwarks up to the Portuguese bridge will help you feel secure at sea or when handling lines at the dock. All the decks look great, having been caulked and cleaned. The Windlass is a heavy duty Lofrans Titan unit with a vertical rope capstan with foot controls, as well as switch controls in the pilot house and flying bridge and on the Yacht Controller. The yacht comes with an anchor bridle, two bow anchors, and bow wash-down. The varnish looks great as does her Flag Blue Hull.
The salon is a delightful area for entertaining. The double salon doors aft feature large windows fitted with custom privacy drapes. A large, comfortable U-shaped seating area, upholstered in fine ultra-leather, is opposite the large flat screen TV. The TV is on a lift, disappearing inside its cabinet when not in use. There are five extra-large storage areas beneath the settees with gas-assisted lifts.
Comfortable swivel barrel navy-fabric upholstered chairs are located on each side of the TV cabinet. A large custom teak salon coffee table with tambour-door storage beneath and magazine holders at either end provides the perfect setting for hors d’oeuvres to serve all the salon seating areas. In addition, there are three large teak built-in “end tables” to feature sculptures, lamps, books, a medium-sized Christmas tree, or to use for a tablet or small laptop. Two of these feature hinged access to storage and HVAC blower units, and one features a full-size storage area below accessed through a curved tambour door.
To port and forward in the salon is a full wet bar with new full size Subzero wine cooler, new U-Line Ice Maker, sink, hidden bottle storage and rollout storage below the bar for accessories. To starboard and forward of the salon is a rare true dining room with lighted, beveled glass breakfront with mirror backing, suitable for stemware, highball, old fashioned and pilsner glasses, and/or lovely artwork. This wall also features teak-door dinner service storage, and a large area with teak door access perfect for serving pieces or cookware. There is a real dining table made of fine polished teak accompanied by four teak chairs. This coveted area is easily accessible for passing dishes to and from the elevated galley pass-through.
Up three steps, the Galley is in the Pilothouse. With its unobstructed views of the horizon, you’ll find it to be a stable and comfortable work space while at sea. This also is great for those standing watch at the lower helm because the galley is just a few steps away.
The Galley features top-of-the-line appliances including two Sub-Zero refrigerator drawers, two Sub-Zero freezer drawers, a full size four-burner Dacor cook top, a new full-size Miele conventional and convection oven, a Panasonic microwave convection oven, a Fisher Paykel dishwasher, and a double sink with in sink garbage disposal. The combined Pilothouse/Galley area is a favorite spot when underway. This superb layout will have you running the boat from the lower helm whenever the weather outside is less than perfect.
The Pilothouse is far enough forward and high enough off the water for this to be a safe and comfortable station to pilot the yacht. Many find docking is actually easier from the lower station as you can see all the way through the galley and out to the stern of the vessel, or you can use the new Yacht Controller System. The upper and lower helm stations are fully equipped with electronics. Just to port of the Stidd Ultraleather helm chair there is a nice teak table and Ultraleather seating area for 5. You will find your family and friends will be here when you are underway on days when it is more pleasant to run from inside. The Stidd Helm chair is very comfortable and is adjustable in every direction. Overhead you will find the status of the yacht’s systems including the monitoring of all tanks, LED indicators of any pump that is running, breakers for all the electronics and bilge pumps. The new 2021 Wesmar stabilizer control is also here for easy access. The console in front of you provides easy access to the twin Garmin 7215's that can display the charts, radar, depth/fish finder, and/or AIS and SiriusXM Weather data. Included are a Raymarine autopilot and wind instrument, Icom VHF radios with remotes, ICOM Single Side Band UHF radio, CAT electronic engine displays and electronic controls. The yacht's wheel is truly a work of art – made from stainless steel, wrapped in teak and accented with ebony. Another reason you will find that this is a comfortable station is its proximity to the galley, just a few steps away.
Irish Miss features a full beam master stateroom with a king berth, twin built in night stands and sufficient locker and drawer space to stow everything you might need for extended cruising. The ensuite master head features sink, a nice vanity, shower with tub and lots of counter space. There is a very nice private office area aft of the stateroom that also houses a full-size washer and dryer. The washer and dryer were replaced in 2012 with new Whirlpool front loader units.
The two heads are large enough for both of you to get ready for your day in the morning. The main bath has a walk-shower over the bathtub. There is abundant counter space and lots of storage.
The VIP stateroom is forward, and features a queen size bed, cedar lined hanging lockers, ample drawer and cabinet space and its own ensuite head with sink, vanity and large stall shower. Large overhead hatches provide plenty of light and fresh air.
The VIP head is a nice size and has a large dedicated shower with teak louvered storage cabinet. This head can be accessed from the VIP cabin or from the hallway to act as a day head for guests.
The Port guest stateroom features offset twin bunks and a private wet head. There are two large hanging lockers, built-in nightstand, storage drawers, and bookshelves. Natural light and fresh air are provided by two opening port lights in the stateroom and one in the head. The head for this stateroom can be opened to the second shower and sink in the master stateroom, giving the owners the option of his and her heads when the port guest stateroom is not otherwise in use.
The crew cabin has room for a bed mattress, but is now used for spare parts, tools and a work room. It has a private head, sink, shower and separate air conditioner control (which can be used to cool the engine room), storage cabinets and drawers. The crew cabin can be accessed from the aft deck so individuals do not have to come into the saloon.
The Flybridge has a Pipe Welders full hard top with built in LED lighting. There is plenty of seating for family and friends behind the two Stidd helm chairs. There is another beverage refrigerator, eliminating the need to go below for drinks. There is a sink, electric grill (new in 2012) and lots of storage space here as well; perfect for entertaining.
Offshore 8-person certified life raft
ARC EPIRB with auto release and GPS positioning
Aft sunshade with support poles
The cockpit on Irish Miss is a perfect spot at anchor or in a marina. Full sun screens were added in 2021. The newly added teak table will seat 6 for dinner with a combination of the built-in bench seat and directors’ chairs.
The electronics were upgraded to twin 15" touch screen displays at the lower helm station and twin 12" touchscreens at the upper helm. A new high definition coastal and offshore (4kw and 10 kw) radar and bottom sounder were also installed. The original Raymarine wind speed and autopilot work well, as do the ICOM VHF radios with remotes, the new ICOM Single sideband/Ham radio and new Yacht Controller System.
As is the case with all Marlow Yachts, the optional air-conditioned engine room, with its full standing headroom and easy access to all components, is a delight to work in. All the yacht’s batteries were replaced with new AGM batteries in 2018. The rudder bearings and shaft cutlass bearings were all replaced in 2019.
Some artwork paintings and personal items are not included with the yacht.
RECENT UPDATES: New teak swim platform in 2017, replaced crew cabin head liner in 2017, replaced VIP cabin headliner in 2021. Three new HVAC blower units (16kw master stateroom, 16kw pilot house and 12kw salon). There are 8 HVAC units in the yacht and extra air filters for all (3-16kw & 5-12kw). HVAC is annually serviced in July-August each year. Oil and all filters, plus engine/generator zincs are changed annually. Replaced both Port and Starboard seawater pumps for main engines 2021 (extra pumps remain for rebuild). Replaced both engine exhaust risers in 2021. Upgraded to a new digital Wesmar Stabilizer System in 2021 (new fins in 2019).
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.