Custom Yachts

Over the course of our history, Morris Yachts has handcrafted many custom-built yachts. Over forty years ago, Tom Morris built his first custom sailboat, and that tradition has continued to this day. Whether you are looking for your dream circumnavigator, an elegant family weekender, a racing daysailer, or perhaps something entirely unique, our engineering staff and skilled craftsmen excel at custom work. We welcome the opportunity to transform your dream into a reality.

Morris Yachts is renowned for our durable build quality, attention to detail, and superior customer service. These factors were among the many which led the United States Coast Guard Academy to select Morris Yachts to build their fleet of Leadership 44 sloops. We were selected from among 11 builders following an extensive review process by the Procurement Committee. In their words: “We have in Morris Yachts the finest builder in the country and a firm that will be our partner long after our last boat is launched.”

Let Morris Yachts be your partner in building the custom yacht of your dreams.

Custom News

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Classic Superyacht, Summer 2012

In the Summer 2012 edition of Classic Superyacht, our larger M-series Yachts (the M52, M65, and M80) were featured. "A shortage of Big Class yachts for restoration means a new breed of thoroughly modern classic [...]

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Morris Yachts Chosen by the U.S. Coast Guard

The U.S. Coast Guard Academy chose Morris Yachts to build eight new cadet-training vessels for Cadet Sail Training at the Academy. Morris won the contract after a nine-month proposal process and was selected over several other prestigious yards including Goetz, Hinckley, Pearson and Tartan. The eighth and final yacht is to be delivered this year in 2012.

Press Release: Morris Yachts’ New USCG L44 Now Available for Sailors

BASS HARBOR, MAINE, (December 01, 2011) – The U.S. Coast Guard Academy’s Leadership 44 sailing yacht, designed and built for performance, reliability and Cadet safety is now available to “civilian” sailors around the world to [...]