Layout and Design
Built by Lyman-Morse Boatbuilding craftsmen with an uncompromising attention to detail,TUMBLEHOME represents Maine boatbuilding at its finest. The classic feel of the exterior, which uses teak to cover most horizontal surfaces and Awlgrip finishes on all vertical surfaces, is complimented by an interior that has been designed and selected specifically for function, quality and comfort.The upper level is paneled in cherry. The aft end of the salon showcases built-in furniture with a bookcase separating the dining area. A “pass-through” from the galley on to a side board makes it easy for the cook to service the dining guests.
The lower level contains two guest cabins, a master cabin, two crew staterooms and sitting/operation areas for the crew. The birch paneled master cabin uses the full beam of the boat to achieve a spacious functional area including king-sized bed, day bed and writing desk. The two guest cabins are identical with birch paneling, separate showers and entertainment centers.
The main helm station is spacious with an elevated sitting area for visibility and a comfortable helm chair.
The flybridge has a centerline helm with full instrumentation. All built-in flybridge furniture is constructed in fiberglass and Awlgrip finished.
This elegant 90′ vessel represents the best of boatbuilding design, craftsmanship and performance. No better statement can be made.
Mechanical & Engine Equipment
(2) C32 Acert Caterpillar engines. New 2013. Hours 340 as of Jan 14, 2014
ZF 3055A gearboxes
3″ Aqumet 22ss shafts
(2) 44″ x 52″ Hall & Stavert 5 bladed props
Bennett trim tabs
Generators & Electricity:
(1) 30kw Northern Lights generator – 6826 hours as of Jan. 14, 2014
(2) 40kw Northern Lights – 7835 hours as of Jan. 14, 2014
Shore Power & Batteries:
(2) ASEA shorepower input 170/520 volts AC output 120/140 Volts AC
Batteries: Main engines (2) banks of (4) 8D-T97 – new 2013
Generators (2) GPL-8DL New 2012
House (8) A4D – new 2011
Navigation (4) GPL-8DL – new 2010
(3) Marine air Model #MCW485CRN
(12) Air handlers
(2) Sea Recovery Aquamatic watermakers, 72 gallons per hour
Naiad Marine systems 16LHT 62HP bow thruster
Sea Star hydraulic steering system
(2) Racor 79100MAV fuel separator and filtration system
Sea/land dometic sewage system
Racor oil/water separator
(2) Raritan boilers model # 172001 120 volts AC 20 US gallons
(6) Sealand water closets
(4) emergency bilge pumps, (4) primary bilge pumps
(3) fresh water outlets, (1) salt water
Communications & Navigation
KVH track phone V7 SATcom
Panasonic KXT7720 PBX phone system
(1) Standard Horizon quantum BX35005 VHF
(2) Standard Horizon RAM + vhf
3G WiFi cellular phone system
(1) Furuno 954C radar
(1) Furuno FAR2127 radar
Simrad RGC50 gyrocompass
Richie 8″ magnetic compass
Simrad AP 25 Automatic pilot
(4) GPS receivers
Bridge & flybridge Network NMEA matrix Nobeltec
Furuno Navnet & radar displayed and controlled on Vei screens – (4) screens on bridge, (2) on FB
B&G Hydra 2000 system displays throughout boat
(2) Furuno sounders FCV1200BB & BBFF1
Furuno NX3000 Navtex
Fully integrated, professionally designed and installed. Crestron system throughout.
Master: Sony Bravia TV, NAD receiver & DVD, Monitor Audio surround sound.
Guest cabins: Sharp Aquous TV, NAD receiver & DVD. Overhead speakers.
Main Salon: Sharp Aquous TV, NAD receiver & DVD, surround sound Monitor Audio speakers & subwoofer.
Crew cabins: TV’s for each bunk with DVD.
Crew mess: TV, NAD receiver.
Bridge: Monitor Audio speakers.
Aft deck: (4) Monitor Audio speakers.
Flybridge: (6) Monitor Audio speakers.
All zones have the option to tune into:
Kaleidescape movie server
Galley and Laundry Equipment
Main Galley Equipment:
Thermador Pro Harmony gas range 4 burners
Kitchen Aid microwave/hood combination
Galley fully equipped
SubZero refrigeration & freezer
(2) U-Line icemakers
Waste disposal system
Crew Galley/Mess Equipment:
Miele Touchtronic W3035 washer
Miele Touchtronic T8005 dryer
|Tenders & Toys
Nautica 18′ 115 hp Yamaha 4 stroke
Dive equipment and compressor
|Deck Equipment(2) Ideal windlass V7C: Port – hydraulic; Stb – electric anchor windlass systems
(2) Ideal windlass capstans
(2) Bruce anchors
(2) 300 feet anchor chain
Nautical structures Euro 2200, hydraulic boat crane and davits
Gas Barbecue built-in 42″ with triple burners
Security, Fire Fighting and Safety Equipment
Fire Fighting Equipment:
ABC extinguishers in all cabins
Engine room CO suppression
Fire blanket in galley
Smoke heat detectors throughout
Honeywell fire-lite all boat alarm, notification of trouble zone
(2) 6 person life rafts
(2) life rings with throw lines
(10) Solas deck safety harness in all cabins
(45) life jackets
Carlisle Finch spotlight
FLIR night vision
The 1997/2013, 90 ft. custom Motor yacht TUMBLEHOME was built by Lyman-Morse at their Thomaston, Maine shipyard . This luxury vessel’s sophisticated exterior design, styling and engineering are the work of C. Raymond Hunt Associates.A comfortable family cruiser, TUMBLEHOME has lots of “outdoor” spaces that include an inviting aft deck and top deck flybridge with spacious seating. Cherry, teak, holly and red birch accentuate the interior. There is a spacious owner’s stateroom with a four-poster bed, roomy guest accommodations and ample crew’s quarters.
Having been repowered during her 2013 refit, motor yacht TUMBLEHOME is capable of a top speed of 27 knots, and comfortably cruises at 23 knots.
Owner’s personal effectsArtwork
The client who commissioned Tumblehome had previously owned a 60-ft Hunt-designed yacht. Her experience with that boat convinced her to move up to a larger Hunt design. At the time of construction, this was the largest FRP hull moulded by the SCRIMP resin infusion process, a technique which controls resin flow to produce a particularly strong and lightweight laminate. A comfortable family cruiser, Tumblehome has lots of “outdoor” spaces, including an aft deck the owner intended for her games of gin rummy. Cherry, teak, holly and red birch make up the interior spaces and recall the Maine roots of the owner. Roomy guest accommodations and a spacious owner’s stateroom with a four-poster bed (which holds up the deck) and ample crew’s quarters are below decks. Though conventional in many ways, Tumblehome was designed to have a distinctive teak sheathed deckhouse, but this detail was never completed owing to the owner’s untimely death during construction.