CAMDEN — Two years in the making, the Lyman-Morse Boatbuilding Co. has unveiled its recently completed 44,000-square-foot mixed-use marina redevelopment project on Camden’s inner harbor.

The new working waterfront has been entirely rebuilt, offering new spaces for locals, visitors and employees. Lyman-Morse Camden is a year-round operation for those looking to dine, shop, sightsee and work.

Some of the new features include two new year-round restaurants; a retail boutique; shared workspace rental spaces; crew quarters overnight accommodations; centrally located workshops; a 120-foot rig shop; a full-service chandlery; a customer lounge with showers, day offices and laundry and a 20-foot-wide harbor walk with lounge spaces and vistas of the surrounding harbor and town.

The new facility buildings are described as being solar-ready, elevated to accommodate for a rising sea level and energy efficient.

The Salt Wharf Restaurant & Rooftop Bar.

 

Barren’s Restaurant & Distillery.

 

The Archive retail shop.

 

Crew Quarters accommodations.

 

Marina guest services.

 

Rental space.