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2013 Lyman-Morse Monhegan 42

2013 Lyman-Morse Monhegan 42

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Introducing a meticulously maintained 2013 Lyman-Morse Monhegan 42, located in Stuart, FL, and priced at $799,000 USD. This custom yacht, designed by the renowned C. Raymond Hunt, showcases the high-quality build Lyman Morse is known for, combined with a sleek 42 ft frame that promises both luxury and performance. With only 670 hours on its low hour CAT C-9 ACERT engines and equipped with Hamilton HJ322 jet drives, this vessel offers smooth and efficient operation. Its shallow draft of 2.5 feet makes it ideal for exploring closer coastal waters, while the proven deep V hull design ensures comfortable cruising in a variety of conditions. The yacht also boasts advanced sound deadening for quieter rides, enhancing the onboard experience.

The Monhegan 42 is not just about performance; it’s also about ease of use and safety. With steering options that include throttles, joystick, or mouse, piloting is made adaptable and straightforward. The yacht underwent over $100,000 in upgrades and maintenance in July 2022, including updated electronics with three new Garmin 8616’s, a generator replacement to a new Northern Lights, and 4 coats of varnish on exterior teak to maintain its aesthetic appeal. Additionally, it comes with a 9′ AB aluminum floor tender powered by a 2013 9.9 4 stroke Yamaha engine and a Winslow 6 person liferaft, ensuring readiness for any adventure. Whether destined for the Bahamas, the Northeast, or simply a local cocktail cruise, this Lyman-Morse Monhegan 42 is fully equipped for your next journey, offering significant value against a $2.5 million replacement cost.

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Basic Information:

  • Price: 799,000.00 USD
  • Length: 42 ft
  • Year: 2013
  • Make: Lyman-Morse
  • Model: Monhegan 42

Technical Specifications:

  • Beam: 13 ft
  • Draft: 2.42 ft
  • Fuel Capacity: 520|gallon
  • Water Capacity: 100|gallon
  • Cruising Speed: 28 kn
  • Maximum Speed: 32 kn

Engine Details:

  • Make: CAT – Model: C9 ACERT – Power: 503|horsepower
  • Make: CAT – Model: C9 ACERT – Power: 503|horsepower


Stuart, FL, US

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What makes the Lyman-Morse Monhegan 42 a standout option for those in the yacht market?

The Lyman-Morse Monhegan 42 is a custom-built yacht, emphasizing high-quality construction and design by the renowned C. Raymond Hunt, making it a standout. Its significant value is highlighted by a $2.5 million replacement cost while being priced at $799,000 USD. Features like low hour CAT C-9 ACERT engines, Hamilton HJ322 jet drives for smooth operation, and a shallow draft of 2.5 feet perfect for closer coastal navigation set this yacht apart. Additionally, the inclusion of both lower and flybridge helm options, advanced sound deadening for quieter rides, and state-of-the-art navigation and safety equipment make it an exceptional choice for cruising destinations like the Bahamas, the Northeast, or enjoying cocktail cruises.

How does the navigational and operational technology onboard enhance the cruising experience?

The Lyman-Morse Monhegan 42 is equipped with the latest navigational and safety equipment including radar, autopilot, GPS, and updated electronics featuring three new Garmin 8616’s. These advancements not only make navigation seamless but also ensure safety while cruising. The yacht’s steering options with throttles, joystick, or mouse offer unparalleled ease of use, enhancing the cruising experience. The inclusion of joystick control offers superior maneuverability, making the Monhegan 42 ideal for sailors seeking an efficient and comfortable cruising experience.

What are the advantages of the Monhegan 42’s shallow draft for coastal navigation?

The shallow draft of just 2.5 feet is a significant advantage for the Monhegan 42, allowing for closer coastal navigation and the ability to explore areas that might be inaccessible to deeper draft vessels. This feature is particularly appealing for those looking to cruise in shallow waters like the Bahamas, enabling boaters to anchor closer to shore and access secluded spots with ease. The shallow draft, combined with the yacht’s proven deep V hull design, ensures comfortable and versatile cruising capabilities.

Can you detail the recent upgrades and maintenance the Monhegan 42 has undergone?

In July 2022, the Monhegan 42 underwent a $100,000+ yard period devoted to upgrades and maintenance, ensuring the yacht remains in peak condition. These improvements included updating the onboard electronics with three new Garmin 8616’s, a generator replacement from Westerbeke to a new Northern Lights generator, and the addition of 4 coats of varnish on the exterior teak to maintain its aesthetic appeal. These upgrades, along with the maintenance of its Hamilton HJ322 jet drives and CAT C-9 ACERT engines, affirm the yacht’s status as a well-cared-for, very clean vessel.

What additional features come with the Monhegan 42 that add value for potential buyers?

Beyond its high-quality build and custom design, the Monhegan 42 includes several features that add substantial value for potential buyers. Notably, the yacht comes with a 9′ AB aluminum floor tender equipped with a 2013 9.9 4 stroke Yamaha engine, and a Winslow 6 person liferaft, enhancing safety and offering additional cruising versatility. The yacht’s proven deep V hull design, advanced sound deadening for quieter rides, and the versatility offered by its dual helm setup harmonize to provide a comfortable, enjoyable cruising experience. These features, coupled with its recent yard period enhancements, make the Monhegan 42 an excellent investment for those looking to enter the yachting lifestyle.

Provided Description:

$2.5 Million replacement costs! Huge opportunity to own a custom Down East with the best lineage of any custom yacht.Very Clean, Low Hour, and Incredibly High-Quality Build!PEREGINE is a turnkey, lift kept, custom yacht that shows incredibly well.  Built by Lyman Morse and designed by C. Raymond Hunt, this boat is an outstanding example of Lyman-Morse quality yacht construction, fit and finish!  The well-appointed mahogany interior is elegant yet functional and matched on the exterior with a custom toe rail and stainless-steel accessories.  A lower and flybridge helm provide options for the captain and guests in any weather conditions, while having multiple entertaining areas for guests on board.With low hour CAT C-9 ACERT engines (670 hours), Hamilton HJ322 jet drives, and a shallow 2.5’ draft, this boat is perfect for a couple or family that is looking to cruise the Bahamas, the Northeast, or cocktail cruises.  This was Lyman Morse’s 17th build with Peter Boyce at Hunt design in New Bedford, MA.  This proven deep V hull design provides a comfortable cruise either in the ICW or in the ocean.  During the build, extra attention was paid to sound deadening by adding high-density material in the stringers, Metalastic type anti-vibration mounts, and strategically placed sound deadening tiles, to provide a quieter ride at cruise.Steering the boat can either be done with the throttles, joystick, or mouse for finer adjustments and ease of use.In July of 2022, Peregrine underwent a yard period ($100,000+) where the owner addressed anything that needed attention.  The electronics were all updated:Three new Garmin 8616’s were added (2 lower, 1 on Fly), Chirp transducer and Garmin autopilots.  Servicing the engine coolers/heat exchangers Changing the generator from Westerbeke to a new Northern Lights. Changing raw water hoses and clamps in engine room.  Replacing propane grill in cockpit 4 Coats of varnish on exterior teakPEREGRINE shows incredibly well, has been very well maintained and is going to be an incredible boat for its next owner.  Please call to see this boat as boats in this condition and build quality are hard to find!

Vessel DetailsElectronics Depthsounder Radar Repeater(s) Navigation Center Plotter DVD Player Autopilot Radio Compass CD Player GPS – Cockpit Speakers – VHF Inside Equipment Electric Bilge Pump Manual Bilge Pump Microwave Oven Air Conditioning Electric Head Hot Water Refrigerator Deep Freezer Sea Water Pump Battery Charger Outside Equipment/Extras Teak Cockpit Cockpit Shower Tender: 2-15 9′ AB aluminum floor w/2013 9.9 4 stroke Yamaha Liferaft: Winslow 6 person Swimming Ladder Electrical Equipment Shore Power Inlet Generator: Northern Lights 9KW Inverter Additional Equipment        Joystick Control

Fly Yachts is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by United Yacht Sales – Florida Treasure Coast.

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