JOURNEYS END

44' Lyman-Morse 1981

$225,000

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44' Lyman-Morse 1981 Journeys End

BROKER DESCRIPTION

     "Fourteen Seguin 44s were launched, each yacht tailored specifically to the owner’s individual tastes and style. Every Lyman-Morse boat also utilized the engineered composites, high-end joinery, and sophisticated machinery and electronics that high-end yacht owners had come to expect." ~ Scuttlebutt Sailing News - February 2018

     Journey's End is a great example of the Seguin 44 and arguably the best of the 14 built. Her current owners have committed to constantly upgrade and maintain the yacht to a level that even the most fastidious of buyers will appreciate. Overseen by a yacht manager throughout the year Journey's End boasts Teak Decking Services decks, carbon fiber rig, a balanced rudder, recent paint and varnish etc... This is an amazing boat and will not disappoint. 

SPECIFICATIONS

Builder:

Lyman-Morse

Model:

Seguin 44

Cruise Speed:

0 KTS

Max Speed:

0 KTS

Range NMI:

0

Beam:

12' 10"

Engine Details:

Yanmar 4JH3-TE

Engine 1:

2005 1100.00 HRS 70.00 HP

Engine 2:

2005 1100.00 HRS 70.00 HP

Engine Fuel:

Inboard/Outboard Diesel

Fuel Capacity:

0 GAL

Water Capacity:

0 GAL

DETAILS

    "Every owner likes to own a boat that he can be proud of. Aesthetics, workmanship, personality and even resale are considered in the boat. We chose Sparkman and Stephens to design this flexible yet new boat design. Sparkman and Stephens were not only very excited in designing this boat concept but actively follow through by working with each customer to make these boats truly personal statements." Lyman-Morse Sequin 44 Brochure

     The Sequin 44 hull was hand laid-up utilizing foam coring above the waterline and a solid glass hull below the water line. The original hull was delivered with a gel-coat finish and has since been painted with Awlgrip. Utilizing modern build practices at the time of build along with strong adherence to the designers, Sparkman & Stephens, layup schedule the hull is exceptionally well built and proven hull.

  • Solid fiberglass below waterline
  • 10,000 Pound external cast lead keel
  • Balanced spade rudder added ~ 2016
  • Black bottom ~ stripped, faired and painted 2016
  • Airex foam cored hull above waterline
  • White Awlgripped topsides ~ 2016
  • Red boot stripe ~ 2016
  • Gold cove stripe ~ 2016
  • Thru-hulls pulled, rebedded, and faired flush ~ 2016

     The deck of the Sequin 44, Journeys End, is aesthetically pleasing with a very classical feel. Looking closer though you will notice that below the surface this very modern and built to last. One has to go no further than to look at the teak decks and the lack of bungs. The teak decks on, Journeys End, where replaced in 2014 and the a laminated Teak Decking System that is far superior to screwed down teak decks and offer added protection for the sub decks with out losing the classic proven feel of teak. Along with the new decks, all exterior wood was stripped and refinished in 2015 and the chain plates where pulled for inspection and then rebedded. Moving from bow to stern:

      Fore-Deck:

  • Stainless steel bow plate with double anchor roller
  • Bright teak toe rails
  • Bronze bow chocks built into toe rail port and starboard
  • Stainless-steel pulpit ~ replaced in 2015
  • Stainless steel stanchions with stainless steel wire life lines (not coated) ~ replaced in 2015
  • Bronze bow cleats port and starboard
  • Chain Lock (see Ground Tackle)
  • Anchor well
  • Cowling vent for chain locker
  • Windlass (see Ground Tackle)
  • Bronze inner stay deck plate
  • Bright teak dorade box with acrylic cover, stainless steel cowling and stainless-steel protection arch
  • Aluminum deck hatch with acrylic lens

     Weather-Deck:

  • Stainless-steel chain plate fittings port and starboard
  • Retracting stainless-steel midship cleats port and starboard
  • Bronze mid-ship chocks built into toe rails port and starboard
  • Stainless-steel in fill/pump out deck fittings port and starboard
  • Anodized aluminum inner track port and starboard
  • Bronze outer track installed on toe rail port and starboard
  • Port and starboard lifeline gates

     Dog House/Coach Roof

  • The deck house veneers ~ redone in 2015  
  • (4) Bright dorade boxes with acrylic cover and stainless-steel cowlings
  • Stainless-steel staple for halyards
  • Heater vent
  • Bright teak hand rails port and starboard
  • Bright teak deck hatch with acrylic lens
  • Painted alloy traveler arch
  • Harken main traveler with Harken blocks
  • Dodger with Stainless-steel frame (see Soft Goods)
  • Bright teak deck hatch with acrylic lens under dodger
  • Bright teak sliding companionway hatch
  • Sailing instruments in fiberglass pod on stainless-steel bracket over the companionway (see Electronics)
  • (2) Running rigging rope clutches
  • Chart-plotter (see Electronics)
  • Electric winch (see Rigging)

     Cockpit:

  • The cockpit teak ~ replaced in 2015.
  • Bright teak cockpit coaming with (4) storage pockets inboard
  • Custom cockpit cushions (see Soft Goods)
  • Anodized aluminum tie off cleats of coaming cap-rail port and starboard
  • (2) Manual winches on coaming cap-rail (see Rigging 
  • (2) Electric winches on coaming cap-rail with (2-speed winches inboard of coaming (see Rigging)
  • Engine panel
  • Edson binnacle with stainless-steel hand rail
  • Bright teak folding cockpit table on binnacle rail
  • Bright teak cup holder on binnacle rail
  • Stainless-steel steering wheel (the wheel on the boat will not convey with the boat)
  • Compass with soft cover on binnacle (see Electronics)
  • Whale high volume manual bilge pump
  • Hydraulic backstay controls under cockpit seat
  • Aluminum deck hatch for emergency tiller

     Aft-deck:

  • Running rigging clutches port and starboard
  • Double deck mounted line redirection blocks, over and under, port and starboard
  • Stainless-steel steel pushpit
  • Stainless steel folding swim ladder on pushpit with bright teak treads
  • Bright teak flag staff with stainless steel deck fitting

    Standing Rigging:

  • Sloop rig
  • Painted carbon fiber mast ~ 2015
  • Aluminum Leisure Furl boom ~ 2003 and repainted in 2015
  • Stainless steel rod rigging ~ 2012
  • Mast supports, step, partners – stainless steel fitting in bilge, partners through cabin top
  • Stainless steel chain plates

     Running Rigging:

  • Braided Dacron running rigging ~ 2015
  • Hydraulic vang
  • Spinnaker pole mounted on starboard bow stanchions

         Winches

          On Mast

  • (2) Harken 46 2-speed self tailing 
  • Leisure Furl manual sail furling winch

         On Coach Roof

  • Harken 2-speed self tailing electric winch

         In Cockpit

  • (2) Harken 30 2-speed self tailing winches
  • (2) Harken 60 2-speed self tailing electric winches

  • Bayview main sail ~ 2006
  • Bayview jib ~ 2006
  • Bayview cruising spinnaker ~ 2006

  • Tan toast dodger with clear panels~ 2014
  • Tan toast compass cover
  • Tan toast life line covers port and starboard aft
  • Cockpit cushions

  • Yanmar 4JH3-TE 70 hp (55.2 kw@3800 rpm) ~ 2005
  • Fuel Type - Diesel
  • Fresh water cooled with salt water heat exchanger
  • Rubber exhaust hose with water lift muffler ~ 2015
  • Rubber fuel hose
  • 1 ¼” diameter stainless steel prop shaft with rope cutter
  • Dripless stuffing box 
  • Rubber cutlass in single leg strut
  • 19” diameter 3 blade MaxProp propeller ~ 2005

  • Edison pedestal with chain to wire quadrant
  • Carbon fiber balanced spade rudder ~ added 2016

  • Hydraulic autopilot (see Electronics)
  • Emergency tiller with flange on top of rudder stock

      Navigation Station 

  • Garmin GPS MAP 7608 ~ 2015
  • Standard Horizon Spectrum marine VHF
  • Kenwood KMM-STS15-HD, bluetooth, pandora and USB radio ~ 2017
  • Garmin fathometer/knotmeter/wind ~ 2015
  • McMurdo EPIRB ~ new battery 2018

     Coach Roof

  • Garmin 7612 chart plotter/ radar overlay ~ 2015
  • (4) Garmin fathometer/knotmeter/wind repeaters ~ 2015

     Cockpit 

  • Ritchie compass
  • Standard Horizon marine VHF
  • Garmin hydraulic autopilot ~ 2015

     Much of the yacht has been rewired over the years:

     12 Volt DC Electrical System

  • (1) Engine start under navigator’s seat in plastic box
  • (4)  6-Volt house batteries forward of engine in fiberglass tray with rubber cover 
  • Stranded marine cables
  • DC Electrical panel at navigation station
  • Volt and amp meters on electric panel
  • Xantrex Link Lite battery monitor
  • Victron 2000 watt inverter with remote panel ~ 2017
  • Engine alternator 
  • Battery charger from shore power
  • Interior 12-volt lights converted to LED ~ 2014

     120 Volt AC Electrical System

  • AC System Voltage – 115 vac
  • Stranded marine cable
  • AC Electrical panel at navigation station
  • Volt and amp meters on electric panel
  • Shore power
  • Victron 2000 watt inverter with remote panel ~ 2017

  • Bow Anchor  - 45 lbs. CQR with 3/8” chain
  • Fortress spare anchor 
  • Lewmar vertical electric windlass with chain sheave ~ 2010
  • Stainless steel anchor chain lock

     As you step down into Journey's End directly to your port is the galley. It features an updated stove and refrigeration system with a double stainless steel sink with pressurized hot and cold water. With plenty of storage space outboard and more pantry space just forward of the stove this area boasts:

  • Overhead opening deck-hatch
  • Overhead lighting
  • Fixed port lights
  • Dome lighting above fridge and stove
  • Locker storage above work surfaces outboard and aft
  • Xintex S-2A Propane/CNG Fume Detector
  • High Water Alram
  • 110-Volt outlet
  • 12-Volt outlet
  • Top loading ice-box
  • Alder Barber refrigeration/freezer
  • Dickerson Mediterranean marine 3-burner propane stove with oven ~ 2016
  • Cutting-board insert over burners
  • Double stainless-steel sink with pressure hot and cold fresh water mixer head
  • Cutting-board insert over sink
  • Bright fold up work surface extension inboard of sink
  • Vertical bright hand rail forward and inboard of galley 
  • Drawer and locker storage below work surfaces

     The spacious salon features a center table that is built over the well insulated engine box. With settees port and starboard, and bunks built over the settees which make bunks for four comfortably. This area also features:

  • Overhead deck hatch
  • Overhead dome lighting 
  • Fixed stainless steel port lights port and starboard
  • Hand-rail outboard port and starboard
  • Shelf storage outboard above upper bunks port and starboard
  • (2) Reading lights port and starboard
  • Xintex S-2A Propane/CNG Fume Detector
  • Speakers port and starboard
  • Red cloth upholstered cushions with white piping for settee seats and upper bunks
  • Dickinson Newport propane heater with tile flashing protection
  • Locker storage to starboard and outboard with woven read face opposite of head
  • Storage below heater
  • Locker storage below upper bunks port and starboard
  • Bright double folding leaf dinning table
  • Engine box
  • Bright teak and holy sole

     Journey's End's head is located forward and to port of the salon with central access from the salon and also with access from the master cabin. Well located this area also has:

  • Overhead ventilation through dorade box
  • Shower curtain track overhead
  • Opening bronze port-light
  • Stainless steel towel hooks
  • Locker storage outboard and above work surfaces
  • Single basin sink
  • Hot/cold fresh water pressurized mixer head 
  • Shower head
  • 110 volt outlet
  • Marine head
  • Bright teak and holly sole with built in grate under shower

     The master cabin/v-berth is a traditional berth with an updated mattress. It features with a center insert that makes it closer to a queen than a double. To the starboard side is a large hanging locker and a private entrance into the head. On the port side is shelf and drawer storage. At the foot of the berth is access to the chain locker and easy access to the windlass. The key features of this cabin are:

  • Opening deck hatch overhead
  • Overhead lighting
  • Shelf storage outboard and above v-berth
  • Reading lights port and starboard
  • Large built in storage with locker storage above, work/storage surface, and drawer and locker storage below
  • Hanging locker 
  • Locker door opening to chain locker 
  • Bright teak and holly sole

     Across from the galley is the navigation station. It features a large chart table with storage below and shelf storage outboard. Just aft of the desk is a quarter berth with shelf storage above the berth and a wet hanging locker. These areas feature:

     Navigation Station:

  • Stainless steel fixed port light
  • Overhead lighting
  • Suite of electronics (see Electronics)
  • Electric panels (see Electrical Systems)
  • Stereo (see Electronics)
  • Inverter/Charger interface (see Electrical Systems)
  • Fuel gauge
  • Xantrex battery monitor 
  • Shelf storage outboard and above work surfaces
  • Top loading chart table
  • Drawer and locker storage below work surface
  • Red cloth upholstered seat bottom and back with white piping
  • Battery switches

     Quarter Berth

  • Shelf storage outboard and above bunk
  • Smoke alarm overhead
  • Locker inboard
  • Red cloth upholstered cushions with white piping

  • Fiberglass: (2) 40-gallon diesel tanks
  • Fiberglass: (2) 100-gallon fresh water tank
  • (2) Propane 20-pound tanks in propane locker
  • Polyethylene 20-gallon black water tank with macerator pump

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