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.

A USCG-licensed captain, Scott grew up in New Hampshire and worked as a schooner bum on the Nathaniel Bowditch (now Ladona) 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 at Wayfarer 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
Office Phone: 207-230-8569 Mobile Phone: 207-701-1235



73′ Eldredge-McInnis commuter yacht, designed in 1930 and refit by Lyman-Morse in 2018. Now ready to extend her lineage under new owners.



1997 J/42 that has been well-maintained and upgraded over the years. Set up for local cruising, bluewater cruising, or racing. 



Hunt 42′ Flybridge with good bones and a great pedigree, offering a great value in a Lyman-Morse Downeast cruiser.



Well fitted out and properly cared for 2015 Sabre 48 Salon Express who just had her 500 engine hour service completed.



Crocker/Duffy 26 designed by Spencer Lincoln in 1986 and with a generous cockpit, comfortable interior, and private head.



One of the newest (2008) and most sophisticated of the Mark Ellis/Bruckmann 50s on the market. Offered under market price!



2001 Ellis Express Cruiser 36 in excellent condition, safe and pleasurable to handle in any seas with a 17-knot cruising speed. 


Yi Heung

Custom Lyman-Morse 25′ cold-molded jetboat with new engine and paint job, simple without losing performance or aesthetics.



This two-owner 2002 Beneteau America 36.7 has been well cared for and is stored at Lyman-Morse in Camden, Maine.



The 1985 Nonsuch Ultra 30 is a proven design and simple for the solo sailor or couple looking for comfort and reliability.



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



55′ Sparkman & Stephens-designed flybridge motor yacht owned by the same family since Lyman-Morse built it in 1999. Price Reduction!


Windwalker II

Windwalker II is a 60′ Ted Hood-designed custom shoal draft centerboard sloop built by Lyman-Morse.



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



Pristine and shed-kept, this 42′ yacht is an example of Lyman-Morse custom building and C. Raymond Hunt design. Price Reduction!



This three cabin Hinckley Sou’wester 59 has is incredibly versatile for sailing and anchoring.

Price Reduced to: $450,000


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.



Born Free

This lucky Bermuda 40 has had an owner who saw beauty in her lines and had the desire and skill set to make her better.

Price Reduced: $175,000


Launched in 2005, 76′ yacht designed by Bob Stephens and built by Brooklin Boat Yard to exacting standards. Recent Price Reduction!