1972 Lyman 26' Sleeper
1972 Lyman 26' Sleeper
1972 Lyman 26' Sleeper
1972 Lyman 26' Sleeper
1972 Lyman 26' Sleeper
1972 Lyman 26' Sleeper
1972 Lyman 26' Sleeper

1972 Lyman 26' Sleeper

Regular price $50,000.00 $0.00


Year:  1972

Length:  26'

Model:  Sleeper

Hull Number:  Not provided


Number of Years Owned:  8

Year Boat Last in Water:  2018

Canvas Color:  Beige

Cushions Color:  Beige

List of Known Major Restoration Work Completed:  Major $105,000 restoration completed in 2016 including new Crusader engine, two new longitudinal stingers, 32 new frames, all planking refastened, all cockpit mahogany is new including bench seat, helm sea, companion seat, cabinets, and cockpit lining, new aluminum engine mounts, new reinforcing frames between stringers, synthetic teak deck throughout, all new electrical wiring and panels, bilge pumps, air horns, navigation lights and hull paint, new bimini top with stainless steel frame, all new, custom made snap on full boat cove, all new cushions, and new Garmin GPS chart plotter.  New bottom paint as of March 2023.

List of Equipment Included:  Garmin GPS chart plotter, life preservers, and anchor and rode

Description of Overall Condition:  According to professional surveyor:  “The vessel is structurally and mechanically sound.  She is in better than new condition after extensive restoration. Her cosmetic condition is bristol.”  Full survey available upon request.  Boat stored inside since restoration. 


Inboard or Outboard:  Inboard

Engine Manufacturer:  Crusader

Engine Model:  5.7L

Horsepower:  300

Engine Hours:  Less than 25

List of Known Major Engine Work Completed:  None

Description of Overall Mechanical Condition:  New engine


Trailer Make:  Custom Built

Trailer Year:  2016

Number of Axles:  2

Trailer Brakes?  (Yes/No):  Yes

Trailer Roadworthy?  (Yes/No):  Yes


City:  Wadmalaw

State:  South Carolina


Name (First/Last):  John A. Hill

Phone:  (914) 548-4044

Email:  jhill@firstreserve.com

When inquiring about this boat, please mention to the seller that you found it at www.lymanboat.com.  Thanks!