Page 18. MAINE COASTAL NEWS June 2013 Boat And Ship Yard News
of the AWD design is a compound curve teak clad transom exceptionally executed. Inside, the full wood raised panel teak joinery interi- or features separate lavatory and wash basin lockers with luxury leather seating for up to 8 guests. Systems highlights include NEMA 2000 systems integrated iPad in the salon, electrically retracting glass moon roof, electrically retracting glass aft bulkhead, hydraulically lifting roof, lithium ion smart battery system and more. The open tender, a companion to the
limo tender, features open seating for 12, a retracting hardtop over the helm (for clear- ance into the mother ship tender garage) and a special AWD-designed and Hodgdon-en- gineered retracting bow ramp for beach and shore-side guest boarding convenience. Both tenders are in transit to a signif- icant shipyard in Holland where they will join the mother ship launching soon. Further information on the Hodgdon custom tenders including video can be found at limotenders.com
or at hodgdonyachts. com.
Samoset Boat Works in Boothbay is currently working on a 30 foot Sea Tug, which was damaged in hurricane Sandy. The bulwarks had been cut down by someone else before the hurricane and this will also be repaired. They had the bottom stripped by Joe Sharp and they removed the decks on both sides of the cabin. They are now in the process of re-glassing the deck and then putting back the bulwarks. This project should be done sometime early summer. Also in the shop is a Highlander, #309, which is an open one design sailboat built in Ohio. She had a leaky centerboard box, which was in to be repaired. The centerboard box was cut out and a new one built out of mahogany. It was then fi tted back in place and epoxied. The centerboard was sand-
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Northeast Compsites in Brunswick, showing Lowell 43 hull inside and repair jobs outside. blasted, faired, and painted.
Boothbay Harbor Shipyard in Booth- bay has hauled up the steam yacht CAN- GARDA on their railway. Her owner fi nds that when hauled out with a travel lift she needs more work done to her topsides and they’re hoping that a railway will not fl ex her as much. She came up for her annual bottom paint, some minor systems work and Awlgrip for her starboard topsides. Work is also continuing on their storage customers, which includes some classic wooden yachts such as ALBACORE and KITTIWAKE.
THOMASTON – Four east coast ma- rine companies well known for innovation and quality have recently formed a joint ven- ture. NorseBoat Limited, Lyman-Morse Boatbuilding, Hallett Canvas & Sails and Fawcett Designs are now collaborating to market, build and outfi t the NorseBoat line of small craft.
The NorseBoat line includes the Norse- Boat 12.5 and 17.5 Sailing & Rowing boats and the NorseBoat 21.5 Cabin and Open models. NorseBoats are versatile daysailers and camp cruisers with classic lines and high performance. They have lightweight carbon masts, fully battened mainsails and shallow draft, and are easily rigged and trailered. In the joint venture NorseBoat over- sees product development and directs the sales and marketing effort from their head offi ce in Prince Edward Island, Canada. Lyman-Morse builds composite parts and completed NorseBoats at their facility in Thomaston, Maine. Hallett Canvas & Sails outfi ts the boats with carbon rigs, sails, canvas and cushions from their shop in Falmouth, Maine. Sean Fawcett oversees design considerations from Cape Elizabeth, Maine. NorseBoat 12.5 and 17.5 models
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Samoset Boat Works is working on a 30-foot Sea Tug damaged in Hurricane Sandy.
for the Canadian and European markets are fi nished off at NorseBoat’s facility in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia. Lyman-Morse, with a wealth of boat- building experience and extensive facilities, offers increased build effi ciency and a high level of fi t and fi nish. Richard Hallett, an experienced racing sailor, will focus on sail- ing performance and making components more standardized and cost effective. Sean Fawcett brings abundant sailing and design experience to the joint venture. NorseBoat founder Kevin Jeffrey continues to provide the vision for versatile small craft with the reputation of “the Swiss army knife of boats”. To complement the existing line of NorseBoats, the joint venture intends to develop new models, including a ballasted sailing-only version of the NorseBoat 17.5 similar in concept to the 21.5 Open Alden Rowing will also be working with Norse- Boat to create a line of recreational rowers using seaworthy NorseBoat 12.5 and 17.5 hulls.
NorseBoat Limited has been devel- oping innovative trailerable boats and an international community of owners and enthusiasts since 2004. Their concept is simple: seaworthy sailing and rowing boats that blend classic styling with modern com- ponents and performance. www.no
Lyman-Morse Boatbuilding, based in Thomaston, produces exceptional custom, semi-custom and production sailing and motor yachts for world-class naval archi- tects and discriminating owners. A fami- ly-run business specializing in fi berglass, advanced composites and aluminum, Ly- man-Morse has built over 100 yachts since its inception in 1978. www.ly
Hallett Canvas and Sails, Inc. founded
in Falmouth, specializes in the very best of marine canvas, sails and rigging products. For 27 years Hallett Canvas & Sails has been meeting the individual needs of their clients, ensuring complete satisfaction, comfort, and confidence. www.hallettcanvasandsails. com
Sean Fawcett has more than twenty-fi ve years as a designer and CAD industry expert, and is a veteran of three America’s Cup cam- paigns, including the successful 1987 Stars and Stripes challenge. www.fawcettdesigns. com
Classic Custom Models of Camden is currently building a model for a local cus- tomer of an A. Nielsen designed 36 footer, 40 foot length overall, sailboat, which at one time was owned by Joel White. The hull is done and the cabin is going on as well as the bulwarks. Her hardware is being built using green gold which gives it the look of bronze. The mast has been built, along with her other spars, and they are currently being rigging. She is scheduled to be fi nished this summer. A Concordia 41 model, which they built about 20 years ago, was in for some signifi cant repairs. She had been purchased by her new owner, but when shipped the company failed to secure her in place and she bounced around in the shipping container. They have built two new spars and will also have to rebuild several new parts. Beyond the repairs due to the shipping issues, they are refi nishing her hardware, which has been a challenge. Rob Eddy was able to utilize his old system and the refi nished items are looking as good as new. They just fi nished and shipped a half hull of the well-known Murray Peterson designed SILVER HEELS, which is now owned in the Mediterranean. This was built for one of her former owners who now lives in Connecticut who owned her for 12 years.
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