Indeed, she was spotted once at Kinsale Harbour back in 2012, was filmed at anchor in Dunlough Bay in 2014, and visited Dingle Harbour last year.
Of course, unlike the Mediterranean, Ireland is assuredly no hub for luxury yachts, and the sight of an iconic Feadship sat in Cork Harbour caused quite the fervour.
As a pedigree Feadship superyacht, AIR is sure to form a lasting impression on every kind of modern charterer
Naturally, as a Feadship superyacht, AIR has garnered nothing but glowing praise. Unsurprising, really, when you consider that she features a large swimming pool, a forward-thinking and one of a kind interior, and a range of dedicated exterior spaces.
Indeed, when you consider that the award winning partnership of the in-house naval architects De Voogt and Remi Tessier is responsible for her styling, you quickly appreciate just how much of a marvel this particular vessel is.
Capable of accommodating up to 12 guests across a range of 7 well appointed staterooms, superyacht AIR also comes with an attendant crew of 21.
As more images surface of her spending some time near the Emerald Isle, YachtCharterFleet will be sure to continue providing coverage.