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Lyman-Morse is Building the Hood 35 LM

Hull No. 1 of the express cruiser is scheduled to launch this year from the Maine yard.

January 4, 2021
Hood 35 LM
The Hood 35 LM is constructed of cold-molded wood composite, with power from a pair of Yanmar 6LY440 engines paired to HJX29 Hamilton water jets. Courtesy Lyman-Morse

Lyman-Morse in Thomaston, Maine, says construction is underway on Hull No. 1 of the Hood 35 LM, an express cruiser that is scheduled to launch this year.

The Hood 35 LM has a length overall of 34 feet, 10 inches, and a beam of 11 feet, 6 inches. The hull is constructed of cold-molded wood composite, with power from a pair of Yanmar 6LY440 engines paired to HJX29 Hamilton water jets.

According to Lyman-Morse, top speed will be 38 knots with a cruising speed of 30 knots. Fuel capacity is 350 gallons.

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For weekends on the hook, the cabin includes a centerline queen berth, an enclosed head with a shower, and a galley with a single-burner cooktop, fridge and sink.

What kind of wood is Lyman-Morse using in construction of the Hood 35 LM? Douglas fir and western red cedar.

For more information, visit: lymanmorse.com

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