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2009 Lyman Morse "e" Sailing Yacht e33

$119,500 Marblehead, Massachusetts
Make Lyman Morse "e" Sailing Yacht
Model e33
Year 2009
Condition Used
Price US$119,500
Type Sail
Class Racer
Length 34 ft
Fuel Type Diesel
Hull Material Fiberglass
Location Marblehead, Massachusetts
LOA 33 ft 6 in
Length at Water Line 27 ft
Beam 8 ft 9 in
Max Draft 5 ft 9 in
Keel Type Fin
Displacement 5900 lb
Max Bridge Clearance 46 ft
Engine Type Inboard
Engine Make Yanmar
Engine Model 2YM15
Fuel Type Diesel
Engine Year 2009
Power 14 hp
Drive Type Sail Drive
Propeller Type 2 Blade
Designer Jeremy Wurmfeld
Builder eYacht Builder
Double Berths 1
Heads 1
Seating Capacity 8
Fuel Tanks 1 x 10 gal (UK)
Fresh Water Tanks 1
Holding Tanks 1 x 6 gal (UK) (Plastic)
Hull Shape Semi-Displacement

Description

Agila has been finely tuned and fitted out for solo racing.  This lends itself very well to getting the most out of those afternoon sails when you don't have a lot of time.  The owner has had Lyman-Morse make a great number of improvements in the deck harware layout, cosmetics and systems.  Apparent in the asking price, this owner is not interested in have Agila set on the market for very long.  She is a great blend of high performance and easy daysailing or weekend vessel.

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Sails

New Dacron Doyle Main 2015

New High Modulus Technora Stratis Doyle Jib 2015

2009 Square Top Main

2009 Cruising Spinnaker

2011 Roller Furling Jib

2011 “Chicken” (Heavy Air) Spinnaker with “Agila” Inlay (looks like an eagle)

2012 A2 Runner (Spinnaker)

2012 Code 0

Hull and Deck

-Two-tone gel coat deck finish  
-Biaxial e-glass with unidirectional reinforcing to ABS standards 
-Vinyl-ester resin system throughout hull, deck, and structure 
-Antimony lead fin keel with large bulb and deep sump for keel bolt access 
-Teak toe rail and exterior companionway trim, varnished finish 
-(4) Molded custom portlights in cabin house 
-16' ergonomic cockpit with (4) scuppers to CE standards 
-Cockpit lazarette locker with flush-molded hatch 
-Foredeck anchor locker with flush-molded hatch 
-Molded hull structure, interior liner, and chainplate knees, gelcoated white

Spars and Rigging

-Custom shaped tiller with tiller extension 
-Autoclave-cured, tapered, high performance, braided carbon fiber mast 
-Aluminum boom with integral reef point, mainsheet fine tune, and outhaul

Interior

-White gelcoat finish with oiled teak highlights 
-Teak and holly cabin sole 
-Jabsco marine toilet under flush hatch 
-3" foam settee cushions with choice of Sunbrella fabric 
-Igloo white cooler / lower companionway step 
-Port and starboard lockers for electronics/storage 
-(4) Access panels below settees 

Mechanical Systems

-Yanmar 2YM20-SD20, 14hp Saildrive w/ Gori 2-blade folding propeller 
-Engine panel and throttle control in cockpit 
-10 gallon stainless steel fuel tank with inspection plate and gauge 
-High aspect ratio Eglass rudder 
-Jefa aluminum rudder stock and composite bearings

Deck Hardware

-Custom aluminum foil section swept back double spreaders 
-Harken sheaves and Spinlock line clutches throughout 
-Awlgrip finish on mast, boom and spreaders 
-Harken traveler system 
-Bonded Luff Track and battcars for mainsail 
-Stainless mooring points (cleat, padeyes, chocks). 
-Continuous standing rigging for easy tuning at deck level 
-Slim line fore deck hatch 
-316 stainless steel fittings and 1x19 stainless standing rigging 
-Companionway hatch with double slider 
-Custom 316 stainless steel chainplates 
-Magnetic compass 
-Sailtec hydraulic headstay with remote panel in cockpit 
-Vang-Master boom vang - no topping lift required

Electrical and Plumbing

-Jib furler below deck 
-ABYC standards throughout 
-Complete running rigging package, including lazy-jacks 
-(2) 100 amp 12VDC marine battery 
-No winches - Sails controled by macro & micro sheeting systems. 
-(1) 12VDC battery switch and Blue Sea distribution panel 
-Spartite kit for partners 
-(2) Cabin lights 
-G10 mast step 
-(1) Cockpit-mounted manual bilge pump 
-(1) Holding tank plumbed for pump out 

Disclaimer

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.

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