YACHTS FOR SALE IN IRELAND
AZIMUT – $1,495,000 – 25.91M – 2007 The 85′ Azimut Ultimate Motor Yacht SUN ADVENTURES is a shiplike motor yacht personifying discernment, distinction and plain good taste. It is a boat upon which one can entertain, and cruise comfortably. The deepvee hull with hard chines and 17° of deadrise was designed by Stefano Righini. Plush […]
OVERMARINE – $16,900,000 – 49.91M – 2012 Why would you go slow when you can go fast? With amazing spaces and speeds that can put you in the Bahamas in two hours from Miami, there is no comparable fast motor yacht on the market. Four staterooms and a beautiful interior. 38 knots max speed. OVERVIEW […]
LURSSEN – $31,950,000 – 72.6M – 1994 Launched in 1994 and refit in 2016, CORAL OCEAN is widely acknowledged as one of the defining masterpieces of the late, legendary designer Jon Bannenberg. She features generous accommodations for 12 guests in 6 staterooms and is capable of carrying up to 20 crew. Much admired and often […]
PRITCHARD – $1,950,000 – 30.44M – 1990 The large main saloon has seating for 8 around a teak dining table portside. This has fold down leafs for easy access but opens to full size should dining be required in the saloon. The large aft deck was created during the hull extension work in 2015 for […]
VOS MARINE – $16,770,000 – 47.5M – 2015 Motoryacht Bebe is a 47,5 m motor yacht, custom built in 2015 by Vosmarine. Bebe is Rina Class Steel boat. Products of leading brands were used in production with a beam of 7.50 m (23’11″ft) and 3.25m (10’66″ft) draft and 2 teak decks. Having 2 x 1205 […]
ABEKING & RASMUSSEN – $75,000,000 – 60.9M – 2012 Built for a yachting connoisseur, EXCELLENCE V distills many years of experience into a masterful design. She is a stunning example of best in class Northern European yacht building. EXCELLENCE V enters the sales market as one of the few high pedigree yachts available for sale […]
Ireland: Ancient Culture and Modern Visions
The island of Ireland continues to hold a special charm for tourists of over the world, especially in the United States, where an estimated 39 million Americans claim Irish heritage. The rugged mountains, spectacular coastlines, and moderate Atlantic climate make Ireland a prized destination for visitors who enjoy the majesty of the Emerald Isle while appreciating its incredible history and contributions to world culture.
Fair City of Dublin
In addition to being one of the best places in the world to buy a pint, Dublin is one of the most charming cities in Europe. Ireland’s capitol and largest city, Dublin is a vibrant international center that still maintains a friendly, small-town feel. There’s always great theatre tickets for sale in Dublin, and great restaurants to visit, and innumerable historical landmarks to explore. The city marked its official millennium in 1988, celebrating the first Dublin settlers who arrived in 988.
The Guinness Storehouse
Dublin’s most popular tourist shop is not only a great place to buy a pint of Ireland’s most famous export, it’s a spectacular piece of architecture as well. The core of the building is in the shape of a giant pint glass and consists of seven floors. There are guided tours and plenty of opportunities to find great Guinness memorabilia for sale. For visitors who want to buy an authentic Irish meal, the Brewery Bar on the 5thfloor features traditional Irish cuisine, with many of the dishes using Guinness stout as a primary ingredient.
Luxury Yachts for Sale
Ireland has a rich maritime history, and so it’s relatively easy to find private yachts for sale on the island. But what’s the easiest way to buy a boat in Ireland? Do you check the internet for “luxury yachts for sale” or “how to buy a sailing yacht” or “best yacht brokers in Ireland? Or is there an easier way to find the boat for sale you really want to buy?
The yacht dealers at Lombrosa Yacht want to help you buy the boat of your dreams. Just check out Lombrosa Yacht dealers’ incredible selection of luxury yachts for sale. If there’s a boat for sale in Ireland, our experienced team of yacht brokers knows about it, and we will find it for you. Whatever you’re looking to buy—sailing yachts, private yachts, million-dollar yachts, luxury yachts, even pre-owned yachts—the yacht dealers and yacht brokers and Lombrosa Yacht know where to find the best buys.
And if you’re looking to buy a luxury yacht for sale for the first time, no worries—the yacht brokers at Lombrosa yacht will take the time to make it a special experience. Our team of yacht dealers will find the best yacht prices on the boat you really want to buy. We know that what you want in a yacht broker is someone who can find the best luxury yachts for sale in Ireland and take all the stress off of you. Our yacht dealers will match you with the one special boat you’ve always wanted to buy.
Landmarks for Special Visits
Ireland has such a rich history of ancient cultures and societies that the land teems with legendary sites and landmarks, and it often feels like you’re walking back in time when you visit. Coupled with the spectacular mountains and coastlines, Ireland is a compellingly visual land of tradition and beauty.
Cliffs of Moher
Located at the famous and scenic west coastline, the Cliffs of Moher offer breathtaking sights of majestic, natural wonder. The cliffs stretch for five miles and rise to over 700 feet above the Atlantic. Nearly one million visitors explore the cliffs every year, and the visitors are rewarded with spectacular sights that are unique to the island. Views from the Cliffs of Moher include the Aran Islands, Galway Bay, the Maumturks, and the Twelve Pins.
St Patrick’s Cathedral in Dublin
With its 141-foot spire, St. Patrick’s Cathedral is the tallest church in Ireland and one of the most visually striking. Built in 1191, the Cathedral has been an integral part of the Dublin landscape, and has contributed greatly to Irish life and culture. The church was vastly important to the writer Jonathan Swift, who served as the Dean of the Cathedral from 1713 to 1745. The author of “Gulliver’s Travels” took great interest in the activities of the Cathedral, especially its service to the poorest citizens of Dublin. Swift was buried in St. Patrick’s Cathedral, and his epitaph is visible for tourists, who typically number around 300,000 per year.