1991 Lyman 30 Daycruiser
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- Tipo de motor/combustible:
- Sencilla / Gasolina
- Situado en:
- rockport, ON
- Material del casco:
- Fibra de vidrio
- Precio actual:
- US$ 95,900 (EUR 77,828)
Ed Huck marine has been proudly serving boaters for over 125 years!!
Lyman was a small builder, famous for their wooden Lapstrake hulls built after WWII. They switched to fiberglass in the 80s. This is one of the very rare 30' Fiberglass boats built by Lyman and may be the only one of its kind in Canada.
This 1991 Lyman 30 Daycruiser has Twin Crusader 350s 260HP gas engines, Solid fiberglass Hull, sides and transom.
The mahogany Decks and much of the interior woodwork has been completely refinished by the owner to a standard bordering on showroom condition.
The owner has kept it seasonally in a covered boat house and stored in a climate controlled indoor facility during the off season.
There is a Private Yacht Insurance survey available from last year.
It has a 115 VAC 12 VDC bar fridge and a pump out head.
Very spacious seating for 12 and a v-berth for two.
This craft presents a unique opportunity for the next owner.
It is now available for viewing in one of our covered slips.
Please contact Scott MacCrimmon at (613) 659-3408
Características adicionales, equipo e información:
Potencia Total: 260 HP
Marca del motor: Crusader
Año de construcción: 1991
Modelo del motor: 350 CID
Tipo de motor: Intraborda
Tipo de motor/combustible: Gasolina
Potencia del motor: 260 HP
2016 refits and upgrades
- In 2016 there was extensive restoration work conducted on the woodwork and systems on this Lyman. Mahogany decks totally restored to new condition. Estimated cost of refits and upgrades $40,000.00
- 12 Volt DC wiring revised and upgraded
- DC fusing or breakers - New main breaker installed at battery house
- AC main breaker resecured at 2016 refit
- New impellers both engines 2016
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.