Blue - Price Reduced
Specs:
Type: 1978 Dyer Hardtop
LOA: 28' 6"
Draft: 2'6"
Beam: 9'5"
Displacement: 8000 lb
Fuel: 132 gal
Water: 24 gal
Holding: 12 gal
Engine: 2008 Yanmar 6LPA-STE2
Speed: Cruise 16 kn, Max 25 kn
Location: Maine
Price: 69,000
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Description:
This "classic" Downeast boat with modern power will get you to port ahead of any storm!

Downeast hull designs are known for their soft, dry ride. They ride at relatively flat angles at all speed ranges. Moreover, like many private airplanes, their single engine design cuts fuel and engine maintenance costs in half while providing a keel that gives great protection to the propeller and rudder. Downeast boats are often custom built boats and lend themselves to redesign to meet a new owner’s needs. Due to the nature of custom built boats they can cost more than a production boat but remember the bitterness of poor quality lasts long after the sweetness of low price is forgotten. Get aboard today and “let the boat do the talking”.

Engine
Yanmar Diesel – 315 HP New 2008
Model: 6LPA-STE2
Reduction Gear: ZF63A 2:1
Propeller: 4 blade 19x20 on 1 3/8 Aquamet shaft
Cruise: 16 knots
Maximum: 25 knots
Hours: 210

Tanks
Fuel: 132 gallons, aluminum – new 2012
Water: 24 gallons - poly
Holding: 12 gallons – poly – new 2008

Hull, Deck
Semi – displacement, non pounding hull design. Hand layup of solid fiberglass.
Deck is glass over core with light blue non skid pattern. Topsides are white as is house and cabin trunk.
Stainless steel bow rail and teak anchor platform and stern platform with swim ladder
4 opening Lewmar cabin ports with screens and opening hatch over foc’sle
2 Danforth anchors and rodes
4 flush rod holders
6 stern and spring cleats and 12” bow mooring cleat

Mechanical
Oil drain pump
Bronze raw water seacock and strainer
Soundown acoustic engine noise insulation
Bronze strut and rudder
Spurs line cutter on shaft
Dual Racor filters with vacuum gage

Layout
“Blue” is an earlier traditional model with the lower classic profile of the original design with the raised engine box which provides good engine access and storage, and is set up with a cushion that allows sleeping and seating as needed. There is an aft fish or storage box for seating, a tiller and aft controls. A shower and washdown pump are also in the cockpit. There is a bimini top that can be extended to enclose the entire cockpit. Helm is to starboard with Morse controls and electronics.

Down to steps into the cabin is an enclosed head and hanging locker to starboard and galley to port. Galley is equipped with a deep stainless sink, a pull-out 12/120V refrigerator, an Origo 2 burner stove and custom built under counter shelves and lockers.
The forward end of the galley has a stainless steel shielded Dickinson wood stove and stack. Forward are vee berths with double overhead storage shelves with deep fiddles and a small fold down bulkhead mounted table. A shelf for chart storage is forward.

Electrical/Electronics
VHS,GPS, RADAR, AM/FM/CD player with 2 speakers, RADAR reflector,
Battery charger, searchlight, running lights, 4 group 27 batteries with selector switch.
2 electric bilge pumps, freshwater pump(new 2011), washdown and macerator pumps.
30 amp shore power cable and connection, panel and a GFI outlet in galley.

Contact: John Morin, Broker
Tel (207) 691-1637 Fax (207) 244-9893
jmorin@wilburyachts.com



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