Scott Layton


Scott Layton is our resident Ironman — literally. When he’s not connecting buyers and sellers of fine yachts or working to solve whatever need a Lyman-Morse customer may have, Scott can usually be found either riding his bike, running crazy numbers of miles, or spending countless hours in the pool, all in the name of training for his next Ironman Triathlon. (For those who don’t know, that’s a tri that includes a 112-mile bike ride, 2.4-mile swim, and a marathon.) In addition to his own training, Scott coaches other endurance athletes across Maine and the world perform at their best.

Scott grew up in New Hampshire and worked as a schooner bum on the Nathaniel Bowditch (now Ladona) and earned his USCG captain’s license before joining Lyman-Morse in 2004 as a supervisor in the finishing department and, later, a service manager. These days, Scott keeps an office at Lyman-Morse in Camden, but you’re as likely to find him there as at a boat show, delivering a Lyman-Morse yacht, or meeting a customer in Antigua or Fort Lauderdale to discuss how a Lyman-Morse refit can get their boat into top condition.

Scott lives in Rockport, Maine, with his wife, Dr. Katherine Killoran, and daughter, Flynn.

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Mailing Address Scott Layton Lyman-Morse Yacht Brokerage 59 Sea Street Camden, ME, 04843
Mobile Phone: 207-701-1235



Aletheia (ex-Journey’s End) is one of the world renowned Lyman-Morse Seguin 44s designed by Sparkman & Stephens. Any discerning  sailor should be quick to come see Aletheia.



Pequod is a beautiful example of the classic daysailer by Nathanael Herreshoff.  She has recently been varnished and painted.  The boat comes with her own trailer.



A classic Downeast hull from the renowned builder Jarvis Newman.  Then passed on to the world renowned custom yacht builders at Lyman-Morse to build out the interior and systems and finish.



Stellaluna is a stunning example of a 2022, Swan 48.  She is loaded with many owner options and equipment for live aboard cruising. 



Topaz is a 1984 Norseman 447. She is currently in Camden Harbor.  The current owners have been cruising her for 19 years and have come to the difficult decision to put her up for sale.



This 2000 Picnic boat just had the 1000 hours service done on the engine last May, so new owners will have full confidence in the engine.  The boat is stored inside a heated bay and can be viewed on short notice.



The Far Harbour 39 is the first capable cruising yacht that can be container-shipped. The couples cruising yacht crosses oceans in the safety of a shipping container.



Vitesse is one of the well sought after Intrepid 37.7s.  The owner has had her professionally cared for and she has just recently be detailed. Her triple Evinrude 250s are in top form.  T



1994 Lyman Morse 62

She is in a class by herself, a one of a kind Ray Hunt Design that is quite possibly the nicest one in the world. 



This 35′ Calvin Beal is amazing deal for someone to fit her out to their custom desires and not wait 3 years for a new boat. You can be on the water this summer.

 $450,000 Just Reduced


2017 Lyman-Morse E33 in better than new condition. Recent upgrades make this the perfect platform for easy shorthanded sailing. 



1985 Ocean Alexander Yachtsman, designed and created to utilize as much space without sacrificing style. 



53′ Little Harbor that has undergone upgrades in excess of $1 Million since 1985 and is ready for long-term liveaboard and cruising. 



Second-to-last Island Packet 40 built, a one-owner boat with some key upgrades such as in-boom furling, Espar heat, and much more. 



1998 Sensation 73 that has been completely refit at Lyman-Morse with new engines and all new mechanicals.



This nimble and beautiful 38′ jetboat was built in 2005 by Lyman-Morse. She is a dry, sea-kindly, and stylish jet cruiser. Brand New Varnish.



Seguin 44 built by Lyman-Morse Boatbuilding Co. in 1983 as a beautiful and extremely functional cruising yacht.



This classic 50′ Hinckley is in great condition and has just had a big price reduction. Unfortunately the owner has health issue and needs to sell her.