1973 Dyer 29? Flush Deck/Hard Top, 2004 Yanmar 315hp Diesel $49k
Engine was professionally installed in 2004 by Mack Boring and has 960 hours.
Also new in 2004;
? (2) 55 gallon fuel tanks
? 1.5? Shaft with Tides drip less stuffing box
? Racor Fuel/Water Seperator
? Exhaust and Muffler
Boat had a major overhaul in 2010 with basically every inch of the boat repainted and most anything electronic replaced including;
? New Blue seas Fuse Panel
? All new LED running lights
? Northstar M121 12? Plotter/ Sounder with 600w Transducer
? Raymarine Radar
? New 13? Shakespeare Galaxy VHF Antenna
? New Rubrail
? (2) Anchor Aluminum Watertight Deck Hatches
? New Bomar Front Deck Hatch
? New Raw Water Pump
? HyDrive Hydraulic Steering
? (7) Lee?s Swivel Rod Holders
? New Safety Glass Windshields
? Bottom was soda blasted and barrier coated, has only ablative paint on it since
? Mooring Cover with Isenglass Windows
? Engine Box Cushion
? Sounddown Insulation In Engine Compartment
? New V-Berth Cushions This Year
? Cutlass Bearing Replaced Last Year, I pulled the shaft out and had it spun by Rose? Marine in Gloucester, guy said it was ?perfect?
The Yanmar engine is the engine recommended by Dyer for this hull and it is well matched. The boat is very economical and surprisingly fast.
Most efficient cruise is 17-18 knots and burns @8 gallons an hour.
Boat can cruise all day in the 20-21 knot range and tops out a little over 25 knots.
This is a very solid boat and an absolute tank in a head sea.
I have invested lots of time and money into making her turn-key, I am also meticulous with engine maintenance, all fluids, sacrificial zincs, water pump impeller, and belts have been changed at or before suggested intervals. I also have spare Racor and spin on fuel filters.
I will be very sad to see her go, this is a great boat but I am recently divorced and need to buy myself a house so??
Boat will be in the water in Danvers, MA and will be available for sea trial by those with serious interest.
I can be reached @978-777-7677
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