Introducing "Adirondack", an extremely well-kept Dyer 29 with a much-desired hardtop that provides comfort in all weather. She was built by The Anchorage Inc of Warren, RI in 1972 (hull number 83).
First introduced in 1955, the DYER 29 is the “THE LONGEST RUNNING PRODUCTION BOAT” in the history of boat building. This traditional classic timeless design is seaworthy, comfortable, pleasurable, and stylish with a distinctive signature look and pedigree.
There have been only three owners of this beautiful boat. You will be hard-pressed to find a nicer, original Dyer 29. The hull is dark green with buff and white on the decks and in the cockpit. The hardtop is perfectly proportioned with plenty of headroom.
With her sweeping sheer line, rounded chines, long keel & 15 knot cruising speed, this classic boat is known for her quick, comfortable dry ride. Her large cockpit is perfect for entertaining.
It has a dual-opening windshield with no leaks. There is a bronze steering wheel, vintage bronze binnacle (1963 Ritchie D-516), bronze engine control handles as well as bronze cleats and hawse pipes.
The trunk cabin has standing headroom, a small galley, an enclosed head and a v-berth with filler for comfortable sleeping.
The boat has always been stored out of the water in the off-season has been maintained to the highest standards by her knowledgeable owners.
Other features include:
- Lewmar electric windlass
- Mahogany bow sprit with 25 lb.swivel head CQR anchor made in Scotland
- Stainless steel bow rail with pennant staff
- Custom-crafted teak cockpit bench
- Lowrance Hook 9 chart plotter
- Stainless sink with cold water foot pump
- Engine box with original Dyer tilt up backrest
- Quality cushions at v-berth, engine box and aft seating.
- Varnished teak handrails on hardtop
- Varnished teak and mahogany trim
- Bristol condition throughout the boat including the bilge areas
- Two-burner portable camp stove
- And a great running Chrysler V8 sitting in a super clean engine compartment.