Read this report from last week's seatrails and yesterday's send off.
Beth Brogan - Bangor Daily News
A good handful of reporters turned out for Monday's send off. Below is the report from the Bangor Daily News
Check out this report from WABITV!
John Synder spent some time on Kiwi Spirit this week and sent in this report to Twain Braden.
Dieter Loibner - Soundings Magazine
Winter 2013 Dieter spent some time with Stanley Paris and his recently launched Paris 63 - Kiwi Spirit. Big plans, big boats, big ideas...
Don Carrigan of WCSH6 came to Lyman-Morse this week to interview Stanley Paris and learn more about his new yacht, Kiwi Spirit. Watch the video and read the story to learn more.
Linda Clancy, Penbay Pilot
Stanley Paris is 76, a physical therapist by trade but racing yachtsman at heart, and he has all intentions of beating the single-handed circumnavigation record set in 1986 by Dodge Morgan.
After an extended period refining the design and testing the internal keel canting mechanism, SpeedDream27, a prototype for what will become the worlds fastest monohull, was launched and sailed off
If you've worked in a Maine boatyard in the last 30 years, chances are you may have run across Jay Paris' PETREL. The 30'ocean-capable shoal-draft cruiser has been a work in progress for several
Ocean Navigator's October 2012 Issue featured an article by Annie Lannigan on Kiwi Spirit, the 63' Farr design currently under construction here at Lyman-Morse. The article outlines the owner,
It was a virtual media circus (well for Thomaston, Maine it was) when Stanley, Cabot and Lance showed members of the local press the progress of Kiwi Spirit the new Paris 63 under construction. The
We’re really excited about the latest design updates to the popular e33 daysailer, the e33 “squared” edition. This next generation of the e33 incorporates five years of design and sail handling
Boatyards in Camden and Thomaston hosted a three-day boating extravaganza, the first-ever Penobscot Bay Rendezvous, Aug. 18-21, filling harbors and sidewalks with sailors.
The Rendezvous was
A boatbuilder tacks to stay on course as the market shifts
By J. Hemmerdinger at the Portland Press Herald
THOMASTON - Sailor Jean DeFontenay watched last week as workers prepared to reattach a
The registrations are rolling in -- sign up now to be a part of one of the season's best events.
We are busy planning 4 fantastic days of on the water and on land activities and 3 great nights in
Ted Smith has joined Lyman-Morse Boatbuilding as our new Business Developer, specifically in to our Lyman Technologies arm of the company. His role will be to help shepherd us into more R&D
The Penobscot Bay Rendezvous promises to be Maine’s most anticipated sailing and power event! Presented by Wayfarer Marine and Lyman-Morse Boatbuilding, the Penobscot Bay Rendezvous, August
Join us at the annual Maine Boatbuilders Show at Portland Yacht Services in Portland, Maine this coming weekend. The show opens on Friday at 10 am and goes through Sunday at 4 pm.
Not only is it a
Lyman-Morse will soon begin construction on this mixed use building overlooking Rockland Harbor. Retail, commercial and residential lofts will all be offered in this "Green" building at the corner
Lyman-Morse participated in the U.S. Toboggan National Championships this weekend in Camden, Maine -- and brought home First Prize in their division!
Historically a wooden sled only event, this
Lyman-Morse has been recognized by the Maine Clean Boatyards and Marinas Program for the 6th year in a row. This year we have achieved our highest level of regonigition -- the Gold Level -- for our
Lyman-Morse Fabrication recently built the framing system that will house over 300 solar panels on the roof of local company, Damariscotta Hardware.
Lyman-Morse was contacted through Maine Energy
Our New Year's Resolution? To broaden our horizons. With that, we're proud to announce our new alliance with e Sailing Yachts. Founded in 2006 by sailmaker Robbie Doyle and designer Jeremy Wurmfeld,
Have you received your September issue of Cruising World yet? Our Chuck Paine/Ed Joy designed NEW MORNING, launched last year, received a great write up and was also featured on the cover. Read Up
Lyman-Morse's PUFFIN took First in Class this year at the 2009 Eggemoggin Reach Regatta! A 1969 Walsted classic, PUFFIN is a recent refit project at the yard. She was purchased last year, and has
The annual Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors Show is here! Held in Rockland's Harbor Park, the show is a great gathering of boat builders, artists, furniture makers and lots more. The three day event
Our friends at Maine Boats Homes and Harbors Magazine wrote a great feature on the Whistler launch. Take a look at the story and see some beautiful photography.
Governor John Baldacci and Maine DEP Commissioner David Littell honored Lyman Morse for participating in the department’s voluntary Environmental Leaders of Maine: Smart Growth through Smart
Zach Lyman recently spent the day talking about the PowerCube with Don Carrigan of WCSH Channel 6. A joint effort between Lyman Morse and Reluminati, the PowerCube is a plug and play, easily
View the story at http://sailmagazine.com/boat-reviews/flagships/new_morning/
When San Francisco sailors Russ Irwin and Fay Mark decided to take sabbaticals from their
New Building Named to the National Builders Hall of Fame!
This amazing building, the sixth for us by Maine Coast Construction, was the only marine project inducted into the VP Hall of Fame in 2008.
Ben Ellison, photos by Billy BlackThe world-class carpentry we're known for received some great recognition in Power & Motor Yacht in September of 2007. Mac Ferris and Bill Belyea are proudly featured. Read the story and see how
Mary R. DrakeIn the September 2007 issue of Soundings, writer Mary Drake discovers that Lyman Morse is working hard to stay at the forefront of boatbuilding.
Magpie, Lyman-Morse’s magnificent 78-foot motor yacht wins the Superyachts Society’s Design Award for Best Power for motoryachts 75-105ft. JB Turner,
Rockland — Foundation work has begun on what will be, upon completion, the tallest building in Rockland's history.
Forms were being set for the foundation on Oct. 24.
Lyman Morse Boatbuilding is