The Monhegan 25 Badger is a 25′ Lyman Morse-designed Downeaster jetboat. She was designed for a discriminating owner who needed something special that the production market could not provide. This vessel offers rough water performance to allow more time for work or play and wood-composite construction for both aesthetics and ease of maintenance. 




  • loa 25'2"
  • lwl 22'2"
  • beam 8'6"
  • draft 1'4"
  • fuel capacity 75 gallons
  • water capacity 20 gallons
  • designed by Lyman-Morse Boatbuilding Co.
  • builder Lyman-Morse
  • model Monegan 25
  • year 1994
  • hull material Wood composite
  • location Camden, Maine
  • boat engine Merc-Cruiser
  • horsepower 320
  • cruising speed 25 knots


Lyman-Morse was the first Maine builder to use the Hamilton 211 Jet Drive as the preferred propulsion to provide shoal draft and protection from pots and rocks. Her 7.4L 320hp MercCruiser gas engine has just been rebuilt and is ready for many years of service. 3800rpm + 33knots, or cruise at 27+knots. She has Bennett trim tabs, a 12 volt electrical system, and a Halon fixed firefighting system.


Badger’s stern and keel are constructed of oak, with mahogany longitudinals. Bottom planking is
of 3¼” layers of Okoume plywood with the Gougeon epoxy resin system to glue layers together.


  • RITCHIE compass
  • RAYMARINE C80 Plotter
  • RAYMARINE 49  vhf



  • Two berths forward with multiple hatches for ventilation
  • Bus heater
  • Teak’n Holly sole


  • TASCI two-burner stovetop
  • S/S sink


  • Head is to starboard with a privacy curtain as well as the campionway door
  • Manually operated
  • Poly holding tank


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