Camden, Maine: John Morin will head Lyman-Morse’s newly opened brokerage sales office located at Lyman-Morse at Wayfarer Marine. Morin comes to Lyman-Morse with a wealth of experience, knowledge and enthusiasm. Morin has been a Certified Professional Yacht Broker for over 12 years, holds a 100-ton Masters license, and was responsible for creating and operating the in-house brokerage at Lee Wilbur Yachts in SW Harbor, Maine. In addition, John is the proud parent of two teenage children and owns and operates Equinox Island Transit LLC.
“I‘m excited to join the team at Lyman-Morse. There is so much going on here and so much to offer my clients, from new boat builds to finding the brokerage yacht that will fulfill their boating needs for years to come. My existing clients will benefit from the market presence that Lyman-Morse enjoys world-wide,” said Morin.
Drew Lyman, President of Lyman-Morse Boatbuilding said, « We are looking forward to John’s fresh perspective and boundless energy on our team, he has a deep knowledge of boats that will complement the extensive skill set here at Lyman-Morse which will better help us serve our clients.”
In addition to the Camden office, Lyman-Morse Brokerage has offices in Thomaston, ME and Newport, RI providing an easily accessible, full-service, in person experience for its clients world-wide. The Lyman-Morse brokerage serves as an outlet for Lyman-Morse’s new builds and for brokerage listings. Started in 2006, the Lyman-Morse Brokerage focuses on representing a wide variety of yachts both power and sail, with a commonality of quality design and build, mirroring the fine boats that are built by the venerable and innovative yard. John joins Annie Lannigan and Scott Layton on this experienced brokerage team.
In addition to the brokerage office, Lyman-Morse at Wayfarer is a full service yard with haul-out, storage, dockage, design services and refits, both basic and complex. A new waterfront restaurant is being readied for the 2016 season.
Drawing on Thomaston, Maine’s 200-year tradition of shipbuilding and fine craftsmanship, Lyman-Morse Boatbuilding is one of the world’s finest custom and semi-custom builder of and service provider for sailing and motor yachts. A family run, father and son business, Lyman-Morse specializes in composites, advanced composites and aluminum construction. Discriminating owners, world-class naval architects and designers all come to Lyman-Morse knowing that they are expert in any medium and are able to deliver dreams on time and on budget. Since the yard’s founding in 1978, more than 100 yachts have been sent down the St. George River ranging in scope from carbon fiber catamarans and traditional sailing sloops to not-so traditional carbon racing monohulls, stately motor yachts and sportfish powerboats to sporty jet boats and daysailers.
Lyman-Morse's broad-ranging capabilities are showcased not only by workmanship of the 90 plus-skilled workforce, but also by modern, energy efficient and expansive facilities. The 11-acre Thomaston campus features 7 heated work buildings with 55,000 square feet of space for refit and repair/and boatbuilding. Servicing fine yachts is a natural outgrowth of boatbuilding.Repairs, rebuilds and servicing ship systems, along with upgrading gear and seasonal maintenance are handled by the service division of the company. The LM Service team of experienced bluewater sailors and builders understand what proper maintenance is all about and is the reason experienced, and demanding yachtsmen deliver their yachts to Lyman-Morse. In July 2015, Lyman-Morse purchased Wayfarer Marine in Camden, Maine. Lyman-Morse at Wayfarer Marine gives the company an increased visibility and the opportunity to return the Camden yard to its former glory as New England’s go-to service yard. In Rockland, Lyman-Morse Fabrication is fast becoming the source for custom-made metal fabrication projects in New England. LM Fabrication provides custom design, engineering and fabrication for projects of virtually any scale. We specialize in complex difficult commercial, municipal and residential design projects regardless of job size, installation challenges or scope of work.
The combination of state-of-the-art facilities with some of the world's finest craftsmen has allowed Lyman-Morse to expand into areas outside the marine world. Lyman-Morse Technologies is the research, development and prototyping division of the company. LMT works with architects, interior designers, business and home owners and government agencies including the Department of Defense to meet the most interesting needs. LMT fuses state-of-the-art electrical design with nuanced manufacturing approaches in an effort to bring diversified, innovative product solutions to the renewable energy market, private and public sectors.
For more information about Lyman-Morse go to: www.lymanmorse.com