Few, if any, boats beat the classic good looks of the Dyer 29. First built in 1955, over 350 were built through 2007 in what may be the longest production run of any fiberglass cruising boat. Known for their seakeeping ability and fine construction, Dyer 29's in good condition continue to be popular boats.
CHURCH was built with a factory hardtop. She has had good ownership over the years. Her first owner appears to have kept her in Greenwich, CT. She then moved to Florida where,when not in use, she was kept on a lift. She moved to Missouri in 2004, and is now in Marion, MA. CHURCH is powered by a 200 horsepower Perkins diesel which gives her a 15-17 knot cruising speed and top speed in the low 20's. She appears to be in generally good condition. She's currently stored on land, uncovered, and may be easily inspected.
For further information, please contact John L. Procter, CPYB:
Cell phone: 617-694-8455
Galley features two-burner portable Coleman propane camp stove, front-opening ice box, stainless steel sink.
Sleeps two in V berth. Galley next aft to port. Hanging locker and enclosed head with vanity opposite to starboard.
12 volt DC system with two 12 volt batteries, battery selector switch, breaker panels, ammeter and voltmeter, Xantrex Truecharge TC20+ battery charger/converter.
Furuno 1715 radar, Garmin GPSMap GPS/chartplotter, Standard Horizon depthsounder, Icom IC-M304 VHF radio transceiver, compass.
White Awlgripped hull, black bottom, bow anchor roller, teak bowsprit, teak swim platform, stainless steel swim ladder, four opening ports, Bomar overhead opening hatch, Lewmar electric anchor windlass with wireless remote (both up and down functions), two windshield wipers, cockpit washdown, midship cleats.
Green bimini and side curtains, plow anchor with chain and nylon rode, Fortress anchor with chain and rode, inclinometer, rod holders, port and starboard, three fenders, two docklines, one fire extinguisher.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.