Now that we’ve built two Monhegan 42 motor yachts, a flybridge cruiser and a cruiser model, we’ve increased efficiency and our crews are eager to keep going with this popular semi-custom line. With the molds in place, the incredible performance of C. Raymond Hunt’s deep “V” hull shape can easily be adjusted to two additional styles while still promising a quick build time and reliable cost estimate.
For smaller excursions, the Open Model will deliver the same confidence-inspiring ride as either Peregrine or Stony Isle, the other Monhegan 42s we’ve built, but in a more airy package. The Extended Cruiser model offers more dinghy storage, tankage, and a single fuel-efficient engine — all benefits when you’re planning to go the distance on your Lyman-Morse yacht.
No matter which Monhegan 42 model you choose, the build quality is the same as on every Lyman-Morse yacht: top-notch. Each of these yachts utilizes the advanced SCRIMP infusion process and the hull is E-glass infused with resin. The boat is lighter than similar production-run boats, resulting in good fuel economy. Hamilton Jet drives, as were installed on Peregrine, open up shallower waters and won’t snag lobster pots, while standard shaft drives reduce costs.
Contact Drew Lyman if you’d like to talk about becoming the proud owner of Monhegan 42 hull No. 3.
fuel capacity450 gals
designed byC. Raymond Hunt Design
constructionSCRIMP Composite to USCG regs
boat engineTwin Cummins QSB6.7
Monhegan 42 Semi-Custom
Team Lyman-Morse is pleased to be teaming up again with one of our most successful design partners – C. Raymond Hunt Associates. Our latest collaboration is the Monhegan 42. This new design, our 18th with the venerable firm, is available in four configurations – Flybridge, Cruiser, Extended Cruiser and Open – and with jet or traditional drives.
Layout and Design
The comfortable upholstered bench style settee seating with custom armrests on either side of the pilothouse will give a casual feel for the 11 passengers seated inside and facilitate conversation along the way to the island. Those who prefer a little fresh air can chose to sit in open seating in the C shaped transom seat or find a little more shelter in the seating along the aft bulkhead. There will be purpose built luggage and briefcase shelving below along with a spacious head. The accommodation spaces will have yacht quality finish with a combination of varnished mahogany and white laminate surfaces. Passengers will be kept comfortable with 30000 BTU of Air conditioning and reverse cycle heating for the late fall runs on the lake.
The boat will be outfitted with a pair of Cummins Marine Diesel QSB 6.7 480 HP engines that will produce a top speed over 30 knots and cruise in the high 20s. Side Power bow and stern thrusters will provide maximum control during tight handling maneuvers required on the route. The Humphrey Interceptor trim tab system will give great dynamic control of running trim with variable passenger loads.