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Background Information

Employment History

Naval Architect and Engineer

Lyman Boat Co


Affiliations

Lyman Boat Owners Association

Board of Trustees Member


Lyman Boat Owners Association

Governor Emeritus


Web References(6 Total References)


Lyman Boats Discussion Board

www.lbsna.org [cached]

- Anthony Giovagnoli, Naval Architect/Engineer of Lyman Boat Works


Sandusky Register Online: Worth Reading Every Day.

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Tony Giovagnoli , Sandusky , was a Lyman architect for 26 years.He simply followed in his father's footsteps , beginning work in high school when the boat company made parts for U.S. Navy ships in World War II.I grew up with Lyman Boat Works in my background all my life , he said.I would always hang around , and I grew up with a fondness of boating..In 1950 , Giovagnoli started working at Lyman just after graduating with a degree in marine engineering and naval architecture , toward the end of Bill Lyman's life.I stood next to him at the drawing boards , Giovagnoli said.Lyman Boat Works reached its peak in the 1950s , when the company was building about 5 , 000 boats per year -- one boat every 35 minutes , he said.When Lyman died in the 1960s , Giovagnoli took over the design work , and he stayed until 1975 , when mass-produced fiberglass boats had taken over the market.Lyman produced a few fiberglass boats of its own -- with wooden decks -- but that finally stopped in the early 1990s when the company could no longer compete.


LBOA Board of Trustees

www.lboa.net [cached]

Tony Giovagnoli, Governor Emeritus


About Us

www.lymanboatownersassoc.org [cached]

Historical Team: Tony Giovagnoli & Jim HeymanTony Giovagnoli, Governor Emeritus


Lyman Boats Home Page

www.lymanboat.com [cached]

- Anthony Giovagnoli, Naval Architect/Engineer of Lyman Boat Works


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