Contact Bob at TwoOneNine-FourSixFour-ThreeNineSixNine
Boat is located in Sandusky, Ohio.
1969 26' Lyman Offshore with 225 HP Chrysler.
This Lyman is in perfect condition.
All restoration work completed by a professional marine craftsman.
Boat has been house-kept over its life and can be seen at the rebuilt facility in Sandusky, Ohio.
Awards before the restoration include: 2002 LBOA Best of Show 26’; 2009 August LBOA calendar; and featured in Frontier Room at Cedar Point Marina.
Mechanical Restoration: included the most complete rebuild that can be done on an engine; engine was rebuild long block (30 hours on new rebuild); new carburetor; transmission; alternator and starter; rewired 110 volt; two new batteries, two new bilge pumps; new fuel separator and hoses; and new dripless shaft.
Fewer than 50 hours on the rebuilt engine; straightened shaft and propeller - extra prop included; 20 gallon, fresh water tank; new engine hour meter, and all new fuel filters.
Hull Structural Restoration: replaced 208 feet of planking; replaced 28 rib sections; wood transom stripped and refinished; solid teak win platform and ladder; new teak and holly floor boards; new teak windshield forward; new custom cabinets; cleaned and repainted bilge and hull with two coats of primer and paint; added four new fishing rod holders; new docking lights; and new battery cables.
New trim tabs and boarding ladders included.
Boat has 100% teak in all areas.
Electronics: 120 UHF radio with Bose speakers installed and new navigational lights (red and green lights - port and starboard and white stern light (forward).
Canvas: complete new camper-top with side panels, all new side screens, complete new canvas mooring cover to use while boat is outdoors or in a boat house.
All cushions recovered.
Boat includes dozens of amenities including: new Clarion system; new engine hour meter; trim and many more.
Contact Mike at 419.202.4475 or the boat's owner Bob at 219.464.3969.
Mike will answer all questions relating to the restoration work and overall condition of the boat.
Boat must be seen to appreciate its real value.
No season rework will be needed if the boat is kept inside storage after boating season.
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