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New Boats: Dyer 29 Center Console

September 21, 2007
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The new Dyer 29 Center Console will appeal to anglers with a flair for tradition. Based on the 1955 Nick Potter-designed hull, long revered for its outstanding seakeeping abilities, the new model combines the classic, graceful lines of an old-time New England bass boat with a fishing-friendly center-console layout. The semi-displacement, fiberglass hull easily slices big seas and offers a gentle, dry and stable ride. Features include a roomy cockpit with bolstered coaming and optional teak sole, a leaning post with integrated rod holders and live well, gunwale-mounted rod holders, under-gunwale rod racks, raw-water washdown and aluminum T-top. The molded console has plenty of space for electronics, while the forward day cabin offers lots of room for storage and optional Vacu-flush head.

Dyer Boats, Warren, RI; (401) 245-3300; www.dyerboats.com.

¿ SPECIFICATIONS LOA: 28′ 6″ Beam: 9′ 6″ Draft: 2′ 6″ Weight (approx.): 7,500 lbs. Water (w/o bow thruster): 24 gals. Fuel: 132 gals. Base price w/Volvo KAMD 300 diesel: $142,000
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