Lyman-Morse 70 Performance Cruiser
$650,000 as-is. Starting at $1.9M complete.

The purpose of this sailing yacht is to provide a safe and manageable vessel to the owner's family for sailing offshore on extended trips. The interior aesthetics of the boat will represent a traditional look and feel, but she will be 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 easier to handle and maintain.
  • Boat can be finished for half price of a new custom boat- starting at $1,990,000.
  • Built for high latitude sailing as well as comfortable Mediterranean cruising.
  • Five cabins sleeping twelve with four heads(two pilot berths in aft cabin if desired).
  • Deliverable next summer-2013
  • Full customization possible, unlimited options.
  • Two Volvo D3 110 HP for maximum maneuverability and economy.
  • Spacious main salon open to galley below or separate-owner's choice.
  • Large deck and cockpit for outside use.
  • Large pilot house to allow protection from sun, wind, and water as well as terrific visibility at anchor enjoying an evening drink.
  • Ideal layout for charting
  • 16 KW Northern Lights generator with two large alternators on  engine - 24V, 12V, 110, and 220 system.
  • All normal amenities: A/C, heater, etc.
  • Bow thruster
  • Carbon spar by Offshore Spars
  • Keel to be built either as shoal draft or cruising draft.
  • 09/19/2013   
     
  • Revised Exterior Drawing Fall 2012  
    Revised Exterior Drawing Fall 2012  
  • 09/12/2013   
     
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  • 03/23/2009   
     
  • Galley from Dinette  
    Galley from Dinette  
  • Owners Cabin Overhead  
    Owners Cabin Overhead  
  • Galley  
    Galley  
  • Owners Head  
    Owners Head  
  • Starboard Crew Cabin  
    Starboard Crew Cabin  
  • Starboard Crew Head  
    Starboard Crew Head  
  • Starboard Guest Cabin  
    Starboard Guest Cabin  
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  • 03/23/2009   
     
  • 11/24/2008 Laying out frames for plug construction.  
    Laying out frames for plug construction.  
  • 11/26/2008 Frames are set and ready for strapping and sheathing.  
    Frames are set and ready for strapping and sheathing.  
  • 12/03/2008 Fastening strapping to the frames.  
    Fastening strapping to the frames.  
  • 12/15/2008 Installing the first layer of sheathing.  
    Installing the first layer of sheathing.  
  • 01/05/2009 Templates used to help define shape of the stem.  
    Templates used to help define shape of the stem.  
  • 01/19/2009 Fairing the Plug.  
    Fairing the Plug.  
  • 02/09/2009 Fairing the keel sump.  
    Fairing the keel sump.  
  • 02/16/2009 Longboarding the plug after primer application.  
    Longboarding the plug after primer application.  
  • 03/02/2009 Plug has been sprayed with gel.  
    Plug has been sprayed with gel.  
  • 03/09/2009 Laminating first layer of hull mold.  
    Laminating first layer of hull mold.  
  • 03/09/2009 Laminating second layer and core on hull mold.  
    Laminating second layer and core on hull mold.  
  • 03/23/2009 Hull mold laminate is complete.  Taping on structural frames.  
    Hull mold laminate is complete. Taping on structural frames.  
  • 03/25/2009 Pulling the plug out of building #8.  
    Pulling the plug out of building #8.  
  • 03/25/2009 Lifting the hull mold off of the plug.  
    Lifting the hull mold off of the plug.  
  • 03/25/2009 The mold is free from the plug.  Pulling the plug from underneath the mold.  
    The mold is free from the plug. Pulling the plug from underneath the mold.  
  • 03/25/2009 Flipping the Hull mold.  
    Flipping the Hull mold.  
  • 03/25/2009 Hull mold is ready to move back into building #8.  
    Hull mold is ready to move back into building #8.  
  • 04/06/2009 Building stagging inside mold.  
    Building stagging inside mold.  
  • 04/06/2009 Deck mold construction.  
    Deck mold construction.  
  • 04/16/2009 Fairing battens on deck mold.  
    Fairing battens on deck mold.  
  • 04/20/2009 Prepping hand laid structural glass before the dry glass is laid in preparation for the infusion.  
    Prepping hand laid structural glass before the dry glass is laid in preparation for the infusion.  
  • 05/12/2009 Fitting core in the hull mold.  
    Fitting core in the hull mold.  
  • 05/26/2009 Loading the hull mold with the inner skin.  
    Loading the hull mold with the inner skin.  
  • 04/27/2009 Sheathing the deck mold.  
    Sheathing the deck mold.  
  • 05/26/2009 Fairing the deck mold.  
    Fairing the deck mold.  
  • 05/26/2009 Adding flats in the deck mold for the pilothouse hatches.  
    Adding flats in the deck mold for the pilothouse hatches.  
  • 06/22/2009 The hull has been infused.  
    The hull has been infused.  
  • 06/15/2009 Fairing the deck mold surface.  
    Fairing the deck mold surface.  
  • 07/13/2009 Laying out and fitting hull longitudinals.  
    Laying out and fitting hull longitudinals.  
  • 07/13/2009 Laminating the locker lids on the deck mold.  
    Laminating the locker lids on the deck mold.  
  • 07/13/2009 Building guest cabin joinery.  
    Building guest cabin joinery.  
  • 07/27/2009 Fitting and laminating floors in hull.  
    Fitting and laminating floors in hull.  
  • 08/10/2009 Laminating the topside longitudinal.  
    Laminating the topside longitudinal.  
  • 08/18/2009 Pulling the hull from the mold.  
    Pulling the hull from the mold.  
  • 09/14/2009 Laminating the pilothouse mullions.  
    Laminating the pilothouse mullions.  
  • 09/14/2009 The hull was moved down to building #11.  
    The hull was moved down to building #11.  
  • 09/14/2009 Pulling and flipping the deck.  
    Pulling and flipping the deck.  
  • 10/05/2009 Lifting the deck into position to be fit to the hull.  
    Lifting the deck into position to be fit to the hull.  
  • 10/26/2009 Installing perimeter flange for sole and sole framing for sole.  
    Installing perimeter flange for sole and sole framing for sole.  
  • 11/16/2009 Fairing pilothouse mullions.  
    Fairing pilothouse mullions.  
  • 10/05/2009 Fitting fwd crew quarters bulkhead.  
    Fitting fwd crew quarters bulkhead.  
LOA: 70' - 21.34 m
LWL: 59.25' - 18.06m
Beam: 18.9' - 5.
Draft: 7.5' - 2.3m
Displacement: 73,854 lbs - 33500kg
Sail Area: 2260sq. Ft. - 210 sq m
Bridge Clearance: 86.6'-26.40m
Fuel Capacity: 616
Water Capacity: 284
Type: Sailing
Designed By: Ulf Rogeberg
Builder: Lyman-Morse Boat Building Co.
Model: 70' Performance Cruiser
Year: 2010
Construction: SCRIMP
Hull Material: cored fiberglass
Location: Thomaston, ME
Mast Height: 78.7'-24.0
Boat Engine: 2-Volvo Penta D3
Horsepower: 2200

For more information contact:

Annie Lannigan
(941) 374-3742

The purpose of this sailing yacht is to provide a safe and manageable vessel to the owner's family for sailing offshore on extended trips. The interior aesthetics of the boat will represent a traditional look and feel, but she will be 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 easier to handle and maintain.
  • Boat can be finished for half price of a new custom boat- starting at $1,990,000.
  • Built for high latitude sailing as well as comfortable Mediterranean cruising.
  • Five cabins sleeping twelve with four heads(two pilot berths in aft cabin if desired).
  • Deliverable next summer-2013
  • Full customization possible, unlimited options.
  • Two Volvo D3 110 HP for maximum maneuverability and economy.
  • Spacious main salon open to galley below or separate-owner's choice.
  • Large deck and cockpit for outside use.
  • Large pilot house to allow protection from sun, wind, and water as well as terrific visibility at anchor enjoying an evening drink.
  • Ideal layout for charting
  • 16 KW Northern Lights generator with two large alternators on  engine - 24V, 12V, 110, and 220 system.
  • All normal amenities: A/C, heater, etc.
  • Bow thruster
  • Carbon spar by Offshore Spars
  • Keel to be built either as shoal draft or cruising draft.

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