Being a custom boat builder means that we are awarded the opportunity to work with a wide range of naval architects. Here you'll find a representation of concepts from some of the designers we've collaborated with over the years. The designs are ready to be personalized and brought to life — let us help you make them your own.
In 2016, we spent the winter and spring months working closely with Paul Waring and Robert Stephens of Stephens Waring Yacht Design and Martha Coolidge of Martha Coolidge Design, together with the owners,to fine-tune the design and construction of this cold-molded 65' modern classic daysailer. As is customary with our custom projects, we built a full-scale mockup of the boat in March 2016, plus an alternative mockup of the master stateroom and guest cabin. This set-up enabled us to walk through a couple of different layouts of the project to further fine tune the cockpit and interior layout according to...(Read More)More details
While most applications of the Hunt V-hull use twin engines to take advantage of the comfortable Hunt high speed ride, there are other possibilities for modest speed and good fuel economy which are sometimes neglected. Depicted here is a 42- foot cruiser with a single 300hp engine driving a propeller partially housed in a tunnel. Full planing speed will be about eighteen knots, and fuel consumption a touch more than one nautical mile per gallon. At maximum displacement speed, eight knots, she will return some 2 nmpg. The use of a single engine not only halves the weight of the...(Read More)More details
It was a combination of things that led this client to us. They were looking for a sophisticated commuter with the capacity to ferry 15 people to their island retreat on Lake Ontario. Their research led them to a C. Raymond Hunt designed hull because of their proven ride and seaworthiness. They were also looking for a higher level of finish than is typically found in Coast Guard certified passenger vessels. An extensive study of available boats on the market left them unable to tie together the list of specific features they were after.
A subsequent web search produced...(Read More)More details
Team Lyman-Morse is pleased to be teaming up again with one of our most successful design partners – C. Raymond Hunt. Our latest collaboration is the Monhegan 42. This new design, our 18th with the venerable firm, will be available in four configurations - Flybridge, Cruiser, Extended Cruiser and Open - and with jet or traditional drives.
Hull 1 will be an able, fast, 42’ Flybridge jet boat. The owners are looking forward to extended cruising up and down the Maine coast and islands in comfort and safety. With attention to being self-sufficient and quiet, this new design will...(Read More)More details
When aesthetics, performance and comfort collide, the result is a yacht that handles safely and nimbly, and looks good doing it. The Lyman-Morse 48 Catamaran provides an enjoyable 10-12 knot cruise for family cruising, but also deftly maneuvers into racing mode, achieving 20+ knots of exhilarating performance.More details
In the fall of 2012, we launched hull number one of a new series of boats that we believe will redefine offshore family sailing. Named Kiwi Spirit, Stanley Paris commissioned the Bruce Farr design in order to create a boat capable of taking him around the world in a solo, non-stop circumnavigation at age 76, with the capability to act as a performance family cruiser following this voyage.
High reliability in all sailing conditions in addition to high performance were design parameters and the rig and sail plan have been drawn accordingly. An emphasis has...(Read More)More details
Cabot Lyman and his family have had a working relationship with designer Ted Fontaine for nearly thirty years.
The last Lyman-Morse/Fontaine Design Group collaboration was the well-known AMELIA. Launched in 2002, she is a 63' center cockpit pilothouse design. Featuring, a shallow draft keel centerboard hull form, AMELIA is a fast and comfortable sailing platform.
We are pleased to announce that this proven and successful hull shape has been lengthened to 67’ and is available now as a semi-custom series – the A2.
Built to Lyman-Morse’s exacting standards, A2 will be fast, comfortable, and long-legged, destined for...(Read More)More details
Based on our successful LM 30 hull, the Monhegan 30 is designed to perform and please. Powered by a Volvo D6 (435 hp) and a Hamilton Jet, this stylish center console is perfect for cruising the harbors of New England, or anywhere for that matter!More details
250,000 OFFSHORE MILES IN EVERY DETAIL
From the drawing boards of Chuck Paine and Ed Joy, Lyman-Morse Boatbuilding is proud to introduce the Lyman-Morse 55, the culmination of all the insight Cabot and Heidi Lyman have gained from circumnavigating the globe with their children, as well as building over 100 boats and maintaining many more. Adding the experience of the designers, there are more than 250,000 ocean miles in the wake of the team behind this remarkable new yacht.
The Lyman-Morse 55 is designed and built to go to sea – and looks the part. An accomplished...(Read More)More details
Based on the many exciting design elements and features that have worked so brilliantly on the e33, the new e44 performance cruiser will exemplify the winning combination of performance, comfort and ease of handling. The innovative cockpit will feature a sail handling and lounging area as well as a below deck traveler to maximize comfort and ease of use. Owners will enjoy a smartly designed, spacious and well appointed cabin that can be customized to suit the owners wishes.More details
"Inglesea" is one of the more recent M42's built and a one of a kind M42. Unlike all others, she was built with a unique two-cabin interior for family cruising. Using a set of cleaver pocket doors that slide athwartship, the forward v-berth cabin can be closed off from the main salon. By moving the head/shower unit forward, an additional aft cabin was incorporated in the design making the M42 perfect for both daysailing and family cruising. Always maintained to the highest yachting standards, "Inglesea" is likely better than an new boat; having been thoroughly seatrialed, yet lightly used for...(Read More)More details
In 2009, we're launched the semi-custom yacht, RING LEADER, a 65' Express Sportfish.
RING LEADER is pretty long for an Express, but wow, she is fast!!! Naval architect, Robert Ullberg, Ullberg Yacht Design Inc., Winter Park, FL worked closely with Ring Power Corporation on this new concept. Ring Power is the Caterpillar distributor for northern Florida and one of the largest Caterpillar equipment dealers in the Southeastern United States.
It's no surprise that RING LEADER's engine room is the real focus of the vessel. She is powered by Cats - big twin Caterpillar C-32s. She cruises...(Read More)More details
Embrace the rare opportunity to own this exceptional 70’ Offshore Cruiser custom built by the craftsmen at Lyman-Morse Boatbuilding. Approximately 60% complete, she can be customized to your personal specifications .
This yacht was commissioned to provide a safe and manageable vessel for the owner's family for sailing offshore on extended trips. The interior aesthetics of the boat represent a traditional look and feel, but she has been built to modern standards in every respect. The boat is to be a real cruising boat -- simple in every detail not only to remain within budget, but to make the boat...(Read More)More details
Scott Jutson has a couple of solutions for how to accomplish the perfect getaway to anywhere.
Two powercats in 80 or 47 feet are their own island resorts, replete with features that ensure freedom from the every day. With long-legged cruising ranges, you can go farther and stay away longer with all the comforts of home. And unlike a typical trawler, they are sprinters - allowing for passagemaking flexibility as well the capability to outrun the weather.
While the 47 PowerCat is the smaller of the two Juston Cats in development here at Lyman-Morse, you will find her offerings as the perfect getaway are just as broad.
Your private oasis from the every day. With long-legged cruising ranges, you can go farther and stay away longer with all the comforts of home. And unlike a typical trawler, Scott Jutson designs his cats to be sprinters - allowing for passagemaking flexibility as well as the capability to outrun the weather.
The SpeedDream project is a quest to design the fastest monohull on the planet. The expectation is that SpeedDream will rival and possibly even exceed speeds achieved by comparably sized multihulls. Some of the features that make SpeedDream unique include a slender, wave-piercing hull, ultimate canting keel and stabilizing hydrofoil that creates additional righting momentum and offsets displacement. We are excited to take part in such a cutting-edge project and look forward to seeing where these technological innovations lead!
For more information visit speeddream.org.
March 8 Update
From Steve Tofield - Project Manager
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We have built some great boats with Ward Setzer and the Setzer Design Group — WOMBAT, MAGPIE, ACADIA. Ward has now been working on a new design that certainly could equal all those in a little smaller package. His new 66 has contemporary lines mixed with just the right amount of classic look to draw attention from all lookers. With an 18 knot honest cruise, she will be comfortable and fuel efficient. Please contact Ward at Lyman-Morse for more details on this great, new design.More details
The ZURN 65, designed by Doug Zurn, blends traditional and practical sailing qualities with advanced modern construction techniques to provide a moderately light and nimble yacht on which to adventure far offshore in comfort.
First and foremost she has a powerful hull, appendages and sail plan to get to where you're headed quickly and safely. Easy sail handling and a flexible sail plan are accommodated with dual head stay arrangement for self-tacking working Jib and reaching Genoa. Asymmetrical spinnakers can be set off the retractable bowsprit. Headsail halyard winches are on the mast while the (2) spinnaker halyards, main...(Read More)