Scott Layton

Yacht Broker / New Business Development / Customer Service

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.

Email Scott
Mailing Address Scott Layton Lyman-Morse at Wayfarer 59 Sea Street Camden, ME, 04843
Office Phone: 207-230-8569 Mobile Phone: 207-701-1235



This Hinckley Sou’wester 59 has three cabins to accomodate all the family and friends and is incredibly versatile for sailing and anchoring.

Price Reduced: $550,000


A classic yacht that has been lucky to have been loved for simply being a beautiful sailing vessel with classic aesthetics.



The most spacious of all the Seguins with her two cabins, fore and aft, she easily keeps two couples comfortable and private.

Price Reduced: $135,000


Classic Seguin 46, designed by Olin Stephens for Sparkman/Stephens and built by Lyman-Morse.



Embrace the rare opportunity to own this exceptional 70’ Offshore Cruiser custom built by Lyman-Morse Boatbuilding.

Price Reduced: $395,000


Paradise was custom built for Bronson Lamb of Lamb’s Yacht Center, widely known as the premier yard of Florida under his watch for over 50 years. 

Price Reduced: $275,000


PASTIME was built in 1992 by Lyman-Morse Boatbuilding. She is able to reach speeds up to 18 knots with her twin Detroit diesel engines.

159,000 Euros


This Hinckley Talaria 55 is a stunning and fast example of this well admired Bruce King design. 

Price Reduced: $1,400,000

Jean Marie

This beautiful 58 Classic Vicem has been lightly used, professionally maintained and stored at Lyman-Morse, and is available now.