Launched in 1995 by Nordlund Boat Company, LORI LYNN is a proven Pacific Northwest-built yacht that’s received meticulous care throughout the years, having undergone her most extensive refit in 2020. As a result, this luxury yacht is equipped with the latest upgrades, including but not limited to brand-new navigational technologies, advanced entertainment systems, new anchorage capabilities and sharper safety measurements. Both of LORI LYNN's main engine injection pumps were rebuilt and all the coolers, injectors and borrow scope cylinder liners during a thorough inspection were also serviced. Of note, she cruises with Naiad Stabilizers, making guests’ journey at sea safe, steady and reliable.
This luxury yacht can host up to six guests in three resplendent staterooms, as well as support a crew of three. Her interior can be best described as “retro California” with neutral carpeting, light wood paneling and various shades of blue interwoven throughout. The main salon spotlights a U-shaped sectional settee, a 65” Sony flatscreen TV and access to the master stateroom. Her galley is bright, spacious and aesthetically pleasing for owners and guests, allowing multiple places to congregate for meals. For formal dining, guests can adjourn to the dining area located forward of the salon and to port of the galley. The cockpit is well set up for any fishing excursion, with bait tanks, ample rod holders, an ice chipper and a deck freezer.
With a king-size adjustable Tempur-Pedic walkaround berth, the full-beam owner’s suite has a unique feeling of intimacy and class. It also features cedar-lined wardrobes, a fully equipped entertainment system, air-conditioning control and an immaculate en-suite bathroom with his-and-hers sinks decorated in gorgeous furnishing.
Her additional cabins include the VIP stateroom to starboard and guest cabin to port – each with its own en-suite head, climate control and entertainment system. The VIP stay consists of a walk-around queen-sized berth, while the guest features a double. With an advanced CCTV system and cameras with PTZ, LORI LYNN is dedicated to security and safety for all onboard. She also provides comfortable crew quarters with TVs and air-conditioning control for crew satisfaction.
LORI LYNN’s exterior is dedicated to the alfresco experience, offering multiple decks with various opportunities for on-water activity. On the aft deck, guests may reside at the L-shaped sofa overlooking the cockpit with additional seating opportunities available. Her engaging flybridge additionally offers a U-shaped settee for lounging, as well as alfresco dining and additional navigational equipment. Here, guests can enjoy a drink from the wet bar or enjoy a delicious meal from the barbecue on deck.
LORI LYNN's tenders are practically new with very low hours. With delightful open-air seating, ample storage and a brand-new Sea-Doo, LORI LYNN is an excellent choice for your next on-water adventure.
|Length (LOA)||89' (27.13m)|
|Draft||5' 7" (1.7m)|
|Location||San Diego, United States|
|LWL||73' 4" (22.25m)|
|Min Draft||5' 7" (1.7m)|
|Max Draft||5' 7" (1.7m)|
|Fuel Tank||3,300 g (12,491 L)|
|Fresh Water||700 g (2,649 L)|
|Holding Tank||3,300 g (12,490 L)|
|Hull Config||Semi Displacement|
|Ext. Designer||Ed Monk|
|Max Speed||18 Knots|
|Cruising Speed||12 Knots|
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Entering the cockpit through the transom door on the starboard side is a basic helm station with a Furuno repeater on a pedestal. There is fishing tackle storage, a sink, bait tank, access to the engine room, an ice machine and freezer/fishhold in the sole. Port side steps lead to the covered Cal Deck with corner seating to starboard, a conveniently located day head to port adjacent to flybridge ladder.
The interior of LORI LYNN is light and bright with tiger maple joinery.
Heading into the salon there is a large sectional U-shaped sofa to starboard and to port is a 65" TV.
Further forward to port is the companionway to the master suite, laundry and machinery room. At the forward end of the salon is an etched glass panel dividing the rooms between the salon and dining room.
Forward of the salon along the port side is the dining area which is an open design but still has its own feeling of privacy and intimacy. Features an L-shape settee, Maple and glass dining table with 4 dining chairs.
Across from the dining table on the starboard side is the well-equipped galley. There is a full height multi-door pantry, floor to ceiling fridge and freezer, cooktop, microwave, full-size under-counter appliances and countertop workspace.
Two steps up to the next level and heading forward is the pilothouse. To port is the companionway to the flybridge, lower staterooms and crew quarters. The pilothouse has a forward facing guest settee and table. The comfortable Stidd helm chair is finished in leather. Port and starboard doors lead to the side decks and foredeck.
From the pilothouse, stairs lead up to the flybridge and upper helm. The area has a hard top and soft encloser and contains a U-shaped settee to starboard that seats up to eight guests. To port is a summer galley with a 3-burner BBQ, 3 undercounter fridges and a sink. Continuing to starboard aft is an aft facing settee/lounge area. Further aft is the boat deck complete with crane to starboard, a Highfield rib and Sea-Doo as well as access to the Cal Deck and a helm station on the port aft.
There are two separate accommodations areas. Leading down from the pilothouse are two guest staterooms with ensuite heads and showers as well as crew quarters with two cabins that share a head and shower. Down from the salon is the master stateroom with private head and shower with access to the laundry and machinery space, a freezer and engine room.
The salon is broad and plush with very comfortable lounging. There are huge windows all around bringing in plenty of natural light and opening the seascape to guests onboard.
The dining area is forward of the salon and to port of the galley. Although open to the salon, the dining area is its own space and separated from the salon by a beautiful etched glass divider.
The dining table can seat up to eight guests.
The galley is bright, spacious and can be a focal point for owners and guests to share time together while meals and snacks are created.
There is a U-Line under counter fridge and a Sharp microwave oven in the crew galley.
Down from the salon is a foyer with the master stateroom forward and the laundry and engine room aft.
The master stateroom utilizes the full beam of the boat and has copious storage lockers and drawers along both sides and on the forward bulkhead.
The head is a stunning ensuite with his and hers sinks, separate toilet, shower and vanity.
The captain’s cabin is to starboard with large double berth.
To port opposite the captain’s cabin is the crew’s head with vanity, ample storage and shower.
The second crew cabin is forward with twin V berths.
Generators and Electricity:
LORI LYNN has a bright and well laid-out engine room. All sides of the engines and surrounding systems are easy to access.
The CAT 3408 Main engines are painted white with stainless steel exhaust risers and chrome valve covers.
Fuel pumps rebuilt, injectors, heat exchangers & aftercoolers cleaned, prime pumps renewed, borescope cylinders and oil and fuel systems serviced by Dependable Marine. Completed 3/2023
AC power is supplied to the vessel via shore power, via either of two generators, or on available battery capacity for lighter loads, via the inverters.
This is almost a flush deck design with the pilothouse up only two steps from the galley.
Features an array of electronics, radios, switches, systems controls, monitoring equipment, engine controls and gauges.
The hull was constructed of fiberglass mat and roving with Airex and Klegecell cores, epoxy barrier coat, prop tunnels, engine stringers laid up with fiberglass and foam construction.
The well-equipped flybridge with bench helm seat, a large U-shaped settee for lounging and al fresco dining and continuing the theme below, a neatly organized array of navigation and communication equipment, systems monitoring and controls.
To port of the settee is the summer galley with barbeque, wet bar, working surfaces and more storage, along with three undercounter fridges.
The boat deck is spacious, with enough room for a large 18' Rib, a Fish Pro Sea-Doo and a whole lot more.
Docking pedestal on aft to port with engine, rudder and thruster controls.
18' Highfield inflatable tender with center console and 115hp Yamaha outboard with 33.3 hours (new 10/20).
Fish Pro Sea-Doo with 0.8 hours (new 7/20):
From a dock or a tender, board the swim platform and enter the cockpit through the transom door. The swim platform, cockpit and Cal deck is teak clad and the rest of the main decks are non-skid fiberglass. Three steps up on port lead from the cockpit to the protected Cal deck, port side and starboard deck walk arounds lead to the side entry doors and foredeck.
There is a day head to port on the Cal Deck, adjacent the boat deck ladder.
Also in the cockpit is a sink with hot and cold faucets, prepping area, storage lockers, ice machine and large bait tank.
Docking station with engine and thruster controls.
The lazarette is down a ladder via a deck hatch in the cockpit.
LORI LYNN’s economical fuel range coupled with her continued upgrades and preventative maintenance makes for a comfortable and reliable yacht for extended guest and/or fishing trips.
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