John Morin


John Morin is the embodiment of the term “waterman.” Having grown up on the coast of Maine and after enjoying New Hampshire’s largest lake as a child, John worked in a third-generation service business for 17 years before taking to the water full-time as a site manager and field instructor with Hurricane Island Outward Bound School. This experience taught John the skills that every mariner needs to be successful: patience, a keen weather eye, and an understanding of the logistics required for safe operation of vessels on the water. It also taught him how to inform others about how to be safe on the water.

Those skills have proven essential to John’s success as a Lyman-Morse yacht broker, allowing him to understand the details and capabilities of each yacht he represents and also to determine the best way to deliver yachts from their current location to their new homeport easily and efficiently.

In addition to connecting buyers and sellers of fine yachts, John maintains a year-round charter-boat business, delivering visitors and crews to Maine islands. He lives in Camden, Maine, with his family.

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Mailing Address John Morin Lyman-Morse at Wayfarer 59 Sea Street Camden, ME, 04843
Office Phone: 207-230-8569 Mobile Phone: 207-691-1637



1994 Lyman Morse 52 that has undergone a major transformation in the past few years, including new C12 Caterpillar engines.



Downeast-style keelboat that began in Maine and was finished in North Carolina by noted sportfisherman builder Buddy Davis.



The Willis Beal 31 has been the Downeast leader in 31′ design since its introduction, and this 2001 version is a fine example.



65′ teak ketch known internationally for its speed and grace. Launched on the shores of Scotland in 1957.



1989 42′ Downeast flybridge built on the Spencer Lincoln design, laid-up by Atlantic Boat/Duffy, and finished by Wilbur Yachts.


Linda Ann

42′ Downeast Wesmac lobster boat cruiser that was extensively refit with all the best materials and systems.



Classic  36′ lobster yacht built in 1957 by Newbert & Wallace in Thomaston, Maine. Completely refitted.



Moondog is a very handsome Wilbur 38 Flybridge Cruiser built by fine craftspeople. A new engine is currently being installed!



Dancer is a very special one-off 55′ yacht, built in 1965 by Abeking & Rasmussen.

Price Reduced: 375,000 Euros


An elegant 30′ Lyman-Morse-built yacht using practicality. She has a modified “V” performance for rough water or speeds of 25 knots.



This is an opportunity to own the safest 38′ Downeast hull there is and this one has been well cared for by knowledgeable mariners throughout her existence!



C. Raymond Hunt-designed 54′ twin jet express cruiser with 30-knot cruise speed built by Lyman-Morse in 2009.



75′ Custom Cruiser/Racer designed by Stephens Waring Yacht Design, and built by Brooklin Boatyard in Brooklin, Maine.