Lyman-Morse, E Sailing combine on daysailer

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Lyman-Morse Boatbuilding Co. and E Sailing Yachts are working together to build the e33 daysailer.

Construction and pre-construction planning have started at Lyman-Morse on e33 hulls No. 20-22, all slated for spring delivery.

The companies will also work together to build the e27 and e44 models, slated for late 2010 and 2011 launches, respectively.

"Given E Sailing Yachts plans for growth, especially with the e44, we are thrilled to be working with Lyman-Morse as our exclusive builder," co-founder Robbie Doyle said in a statement.

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