Designed to remain structurally sound even after a decade of offshore sailing, here’s the yacht ‘Lyman-Morse 55’ that is built of rugged resin-infused fiberglass to the high standards for which Lyman-Morse Boatbuilding is known. Designed and built to go to sea, and to look class apart, this remarkable new yacht has been introduced straight from the drawing boards of Chuck Paine and Ed Joy, by Lyman-Morse Boatbuilding Company, a midcoast Maine custom boat builder of power and sailing yachts for discerning yachtsmen. Defined to be the culmination of all the insights the iconic yachtmakers Cabot and Heidi Lyman have gained circumnavigating the globe, as well as building and maintaining over hundreds of boats, along with the wide experience of yacht designers, the Lyman-Morse 55 will boast a yachting experience of 250,000 ocean miles in its every detail.
Conceived and executed with the needs of yachtsmen who loves to venture offshore, the Lyman-Morse 55’s hull shape provides a fine entry at the bow, while a midship section delivers maximum stability and a stern that makes for an exhilarating turn of speed in a strong following breeze. Notably, the logbook entries showing 200-mile days will certainly not be uncommon for this remarkable yacht.
Designed to face the most inclement sailing conditions, while also moving with alacrity when the breeze is light and straight on the nose, the yacht Lyman-Morse 55 is truly an achievement in terms of safety, performance, value and comfort.
Notably, the CE Category A requirements are exceeded without the use of exotic materials that adds to the yacht’s cost, while the mechanical and electrical systems are simple, efficient, and most importantly reliable.
Further, the interiors are bright and open, and are laid out for both safety offshore and liability in port.
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