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by Lyman-Morse 7 Sep 2018 08:28 PDT 13-16 September 2018
Whistler © Billy Black

Whistler is a C. Raymond Hunt-designed, and Lyman-Morse-built, 54' twin jet express cruiser with 30 knot cruise speed.

Built for an owner with impeccable taste, she is a fine representation of the craftsmanship for which we are recognized. Not only does she boast the finest in interior detailing, she will also features advanced mechanical systems.

Perhaps one of the most exciting features of Whistler is her dinghy "garage." The hydraulic gate and sled which extend out over the jets allow the owner to launch the 10' tender from the interior storage compartment with the push of a button.

Powered by twin 1001 hp Caterpillar C-18s coupled with Hamilton HJ403 water-jets, Whistler will cruise in the low 30s with a max speed of 35 knots.

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