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IRISH AYES, Hull # 56 of the very popular 54' Offshore series by William Crealock, has been in the careful ownership of her present owner for nine years, a not so uncommon long period for Offshore cruisers! Loyalty and appreciation of a well built family cruiser is an understatement when it comes to Offshore owners....Just ask any of them at any boat show, marina, or far off cruising anchorage, and you will get the same answer...."Great design, quality,and handling manners in all weather conditions and in all sea conditions."
IRISH AYES has been constantly updated by the present owner, including the addition of Naiad Stabilizers, extensive new navigation and entertainment systems, weather station, and most important of all, constant factory service of the engines, generators, and all mechanical systems on board.
The large aft deck features a steering station to starboard and a cabinet with wet bar and ice maker to port. The entrance to the main salon is centerline through double sliding doors. The salon offers a U-shaped settee,custom teak hi-lo folding coffee table to port,an entertainment center housed in beautiful cabinetry,and two barrel chairs to starboard. Forward and to port is the galley with granite countertops, top-of-the-line appliances and an abundance of storage. Forward and up two steps is the pilothouse with large surrounding windows for optimum visibility.There is a custom helm seat at the controls and an additional helm-style seat to port of the captain's seat. An L-shaped settee with custom hi-lo table is port aft. Access to the covered walk around decks is gained both port and starboard through opening watertight doors. Access to the flybridge is from steps at the rear of the pilothouse or from the aft deck.
A private lighted staircase from the salon leads to the full beam width master stateroom with private ensuite head. Access to the VIP stateroom is forward from the pilothouse through a lighted stairway on the starboard side. The VIP berth is forward centerline,and VIP head positioned amidship to port.