Iroquois was built by the luxury yacht builder, Lyman Morse Boatbuilding, in Thomaston, Maine, in 1993. She was designed and built for the owner of Lyman Morse, Cabot Lyman, and he used her for many years as his personal runabout. She was then purchased by the publisher of Playboy magazine, and subsequently by current owner in 2008.
She is an impressive and fun yacht!
Call Cary Lukens, CPYB 443-995-5553 firstname.lastname@example.org OR
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HULL MATERIAL: Epoxy & Fiberglass over Spruce planking
HULL & BOTTOM: The vessel shows a deep-v profile constructed of 3 layers of 1/4 inch marine grade plywood totaling 3/4" inch for the bottom and then it is fastened w/ stainless steel fasteners and the West System is applied. The hull sides are cold molded spruce with 802 boat cloth epoxy and fiberglass and West System.
TRANSOM: Solid mahogany.
RUB RAILS: Tapered teak toenail at the sheer with 1/4" stainless steel through bolt stainless steel fastenings, and solid Mahogany gunwale cap running the length of the cockpit both port and starboard side.
CABIN/COCKPIT SOLE: The cockpit sole is constructed from Southern Yellow Pine, with multi coats of a Polymer finish.
DECK HARDWARE: Through-bolted and bedded properly.
COVER: Full mooring cover made by Ashby in Pasadena.
UPHOLSTERY: The exterior upholstery in the cockpit & command bridge is marine grade sunbrella.
ENGINE MANUFACTURER: Mercruiser Model 454 (re-engined in 2004)
TYPE: Gasoline CYLINDERS: (8) HP: 320
ENGINE INSTRUMENTATION: Tach, volts, fuel, temp, oil, etc.
ENGINE CONTROLS: Morse dual controls (designed for the Hamilton drive system)
EXHAUST SYSTEM: Wet, overboard discharge through dual exhaust port & starboard of the jet.
ENGINE COOLING: Fresh water cooled with heat exchanger fitted.
ENGINE STRINGERS/BED: 4”x 8” oak
ENGINE MOUNTS: Bushed and intact, lag bolted to the longitudinal stringers.
DRIVE SYSTEM: The vessel is equipped with a Hamilton 211 Jet, regularly serviced by Hinckley.
BILGE PUMPS: (2) Rule 1500's with remote float switches. Both discharge above the waterline and both tested operational.
ELECTRONICS & NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT
VHF RADIO: Apelco VXL 5000
COMPASS(S): Ritchie powerdamp; back lighted at the helm.
NAVIGATION LIGHTS: International COLREGS.
SIGNALING DEVICE: Electric horn
DEPTH SOUNDEING DEVICES / INDICATOR(S): Navman digital depth gauge
WIRING: The 12VDC system is marine grade color-coded multi-stranded copper with thermal PVC insulated covering. All DC wiring is tie wrapped proper where visible.
FUSES/BREAKERS: 12V instrumentation fuses and UL approved breakers. All are marked and designated.
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM DETAILS: The DC system was tested and found serviceable at this time. All wiring throughout appears to be marine grade; tie wrapped and meeting NFPA and ABYC standards
FIRE EXTINGUISHERS: (1) 10-B:C Kidde in approved bracket at helm and full charged.
TANKS AND FUEL LINES
FUEL/TOTAL GALLONS: Gasoline/ 150 US gallons.
NUMBER OF TANKS: (1)
TANK MATERIAL: Fiberglass fabrication with baffles
LOCATION OF TANKS: Centerline under the cockpit sole.
HOSE(S): USCG type approved and piped tight to the deck filler plates marked FUEL.
FUEL SEPERATORS: Racor fuel/water separator.
VENTILATION: Forced and natural vent louvers vented properly to engine compartment.
BLOWERS: 12VDC blower vented to the engine compartment.
This is a unique opportunity! Iriquois has a GREAT pedigree and has been well cared for. She has some attention needed to the deck/cockpit area, but she already impresses onlookers and with a little TLC will really shine. Very fun to cruise around/runabout in the Bay or elsewhere. Well built, well known, and well regarded in yachting circles, IRIQUOIS is ready for a new owner to take the helm and enjoy.