Conor McGregor’s father Tony parks his yacht on the River Liffey for dinner at a luxury restaurant
Conor McGregor’s father Tony parked his yacht on the River Liffey in Dublin city center on Thursday.
He called himself the “International Yachtsman of Leisure” and drove to The Mason Hotel in Dublin Docklands where he enjoyed a steak dinner with his crew.
“188 and crew in town,” he captioned a video showing the yacht parked in front of the hotel.
The yacht was previously owned by Tony’s son, Conor, and is named 188 after the amount of money he received each week (£188) while claiming welfare.
McGregor is the captain of the 188 Luxury Sports Cruiser, which, according to its website, has “big trips planned ahead.”
The website also says McGregor has over 20 years of yachting and sailing experience and has taken courses in coastal navigation, sea survival and more.
Other crew members include Eugene Power, Andrew Heeney and Stephan Rocke.
The Notorious recently bought himself a brand new superyacht for the modest sum of 3 million euros.
The Crumlin native picked up the 63-foot-long Lamborghini Technomar, dubbed the “supercar of the sea” on the French Riviera in May.
His fiancée Dee Devlin joined him to mark the occasion and brought along their three children: Conor Jr (4), Croía (3) and Rían (1).
Showcasing his new purchase on social media, he said: “I’m honored to get edition number 12 of only 63 to make,” he revealed on Instagram last year.
“1963 being the year of Lamborghini’s debut, and 12 being, well, you know twelve!” he said, referring to the postcode of his home town of Dublin 12.
“Thank you Giuseppe Constantino and the whole team of The Italian Sea Group for your incredible work! Nice to see the end result in the next yachting season.”
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