MOONWAVE, a 68' Gunboat catamaran, rests on Lyman-Morse's custom trailer.

Here Kitty, Kitty! Hauling a Gunboat at Lyman-Morse

27/8/2015 - Here Kitty Kitty! Team Lyman-Morse hauled the 68-foot, 38,000-pound Moonwave on the afternoon of August 21 at our Thomaston facility. This Gunboat catamaran is here for routine maintenance, composite rigging and appendages upgrades, plus hydraulic system and steering refinements. Click here to see more of the refits and upgrades underway… SEE MORE
Wayfarer Marine, a yacht business with a long history in Camden, has been acquired by Lyman-Morse Boatbuilding Co.

Lyman-Morse Boatbuilding Acquires Wayfarer Marine

1/7/2015 - Lyman-Morse Boatbuilding Company of Thomaston has announced the acquisition of Wayfarer Marine in Camden. With this purchase, Lyman-Morse at Wayfarer Marine will now have the advantage of the infrastructure, expertise, reputation, and culture of Lyman-Morse Boatbuilding. Both yards are situated in two of the most historic boatbuilding/boatyard towns in New… SEE MORE
The new e33LM, built by Lyman-Morse Boatbuilding, makes a few practice tacks before winning the 2014 Figawi Race.

Brand-New Lyman-Morse Yacht Wins 2014 Figawi Race

29/5/2014 - The new version of the e33, built by Lyman-Morse Boatbuilding Co. in Thomaston, Maine, made quite an impression on those following in her wake at the 2014 Figawi Race. The e33LM, a revolutionary hybrid wood/glass hull, was loaded off the truck at Hyannis Marine in Hyannis, Massachusetts. Her crew —… SEE MORE
A pretty profile, the new A2 from Lyman-Morse and Fontaine Design Group.

Lyman-Morse and Ted Fontaine Reunite for New Project

15/4/2014 - Cabot Lyman, owner of Lyman-Morse Boatbuilding Company, and his family have had a working relationship with designer Ted Fontaine for nearly thirty years. The relationship started in 1983 when Fontaine, while managing the Ted Hood Design Group, drew the lines for the 55' ketch Janmar for a customer of Cabot’s.… SEE MORE
Dr. Stanley Paris departs St. Augustine, FL, at the start of his circumnavigation attempt. Paris is now headed for Cape Town.

Circumnavigation Abandoned, but Kiwi Spirit Endures

13/1/2014 - The truth is often hard to face but once accepted and decisions are made, a sense of relief is the reward. Such is the feeling for Dr. Stanley Paris who decided to end his circumnavigation aboard Kiwi Spirit. “… I have decided to abandon and head for Cape Town, some… SEE MORE
Hound - like new and ready for Caribbean racing!

A Range of New Projects at Lyman-Morse

10/12/2013 - The owners of Hound, a 60' aluminum sloop designed by Aage Nielsen and built by Abeking & Rasmussen in 1970, searched us out at Lyman-Morse Boatbuilding Company for our metal fabrication capabilities. It was not a big surprise that this 43-year-old-boat needed some aluminum hull plates replaced. In order to… SEE MORE
Lyman-Morse's new Monhegan 42 is offered in two drives - jet or standard drive system.

At Home In Any Harbor: The Monhegan 42

7/10/2013 - We've gotten some great new shots by Billy Black of our new Monhegan 42, Peregrine, and we can't help sharing them! We built Peregrine as a flybridge, but the Monhegan 42 is available in three different configurations. (You also have your choice of jet or traditional drive.) For more information… SEE MORE