Prior to the Great War, the Irish Pride Industries shipyard was used to produce midsized shipping vessels. A few months after the bombs, around April 3, 2078, Wayne Tournquist, Lance Ames and Leon Ames took trucks from the shipyard to build a wall around their settlement at West Everett Estates.
Two centuries later, around 2287, the shipyard was inhabited by the late Rory Rigwell, who met his misguided fate while attempting to raise and train mirelurks as pets. For this purpose, he set up an announcement system from the terminal in the pilothouse of the boat so that the site is constantly ringing with good-natured, positive messages for the mirelurks. He affectionately calls them "Murkies," and reminds them to be good, and not to pinch.
The terminal details the "progress" he made with the mirelurks, and gives the location of a stash of his personal belongings he stowed away in the mirelurks' nest for safe-keeping after he witnesses his "Murkies" kill a group of intruders with casual ease.
A run-down shipyard located directly north of Bunker Hill, across the water. There are two smaller buildings just outside, along with a few docks on the south side. The western entrance to the building opens into a small lobby area with a closet, as well as a restroom and side office down the hallway, leading into a break room. Going right in the break room, there is a slightly larger restroom, and going left there is a locker room.
Just past this break room area, the main part of the building, a large room with a dry dock, opens up. A ramp and a staircase lead to the roof of the break room area outside each entrance to this main room. There are two walled off workshop areas in the northeast and southwest corners of the room. In the center of the room, in the dry dock, is a fishing boat with planks leading on board on the starboard side of the boat. Inside the room on the base level of the boat is a small eating area, with a few lockers. Up a staircase, near the back of the boat, is the pilothouse. In the pilothouse there is a bed, a couple chairs, and a desk with Rory's terminal on top. The locked door on the eastern side of the dock area leads outside, into a small shed on the back of the building.
Towards the front of the boat, on the right side, is a ramp leading down into the dry dock. Rory's body is found along with his stash in the southeast corner, off the stern on the starboard side of the boat, with the key to the door on the eastern side of the building. Additional mirelurks will spawn when the floor of the dry dock is explored.
There are a total of four leveled mirelurks (mostly in the area under the boat), two clusters of mirelurk eggs that will spawn mirelurk hatchlings when disturbed, and a couple of loose hatchlings crawling around.
- Taboo Tattoos issue #12 - On a metal table, inside the docked ship, in the shipyard interior.
- Several bags of cement - About three bags are in one of the yellow containers parked around the ship and several bags are on the top shelf of a shelving unit near the ship. These are easiest to reach if climbing the stairs in the area next to the ship and hopping onto the pipe.
- Irish Pride key - On Rory Rigwell, opens a door.
- Nuka-Cola Quantum - There is a random chance for one to spawn on the table coming in from the eastern entrance, or on the table or counter in the break room.
- In the building on the west side, there is a power armor station.
- In the small boat, located on the southwest-most dock, there is a small caps stash.
- On the dock at the south end of the shipyard, there is a dead Raider with some minor loot.
- The positive messages playing over the speakers can be turned off using the terminal in the boat inside the Shipyard.
- In the northwest corner (behind the red storage containers), a cart containing a teddy bear playing checkers with a skeleton can be found. A caps stash can be found on the floor nearby.
- On top of the northeast office a sleeping bag, a couple bottles of vodka and a newspaper are hidden above.
- On top of the southwest office a skeleton with a duffle bag containing random loot and a caps stash are hidden above.
- Codsworth will joke "Looks like the hand that feeds them has become the food," upon seeing Rory's body.
- Preston Garvey will ask "Do you think he was trying to tame them?" upon seeing Rory's body.
- Paladin Danse will comment "This civilian's efforts to befriend these mirelurks was misguided... and fatal," upon seeing Rory's body.
- Piper will comment "Nasty way to go," upon seeing Rory's body.
- Nick Valentine will comment "I expect he'd wished he'd kept birds about now," upon seeing Rory's body.
- Hancock will comment "You need to be more selective about your friend group, pal," upon seeing Rory's body.
- MacCready will comment "This idiot was trying to pal around with a bunch of mirelurks?" upon seeing Rory's body.
- Cait will comment "This idiot got what was comin' to him," upon seeing Rory's body.
- Curie will comment "Domestication of mirelurks may be impossible. Interesting," upon seeing Rory's body.
- Deacon will comment "Dogmeat, don't get any ideas," upon seeing Rory's body (even though you can only have one companion at a time).
- X6-88 will comment "Trying to live with mirelurks? That's insane," upon seeing Rory's body.
- Strong does not have a comment upon seeing Rory's body.
The Irish Pride Industries shipyard appears only in Fallout 4.
- ↑ Fallout 4 Vault Dweller's Survival Guide, page 292 - "This small shipyard produces midsized shipping vessels."