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The Dyer 40 Express Cruiser is custom finished for each owner. A typical layout has the main cabin all the way forward with a V-berth, large hanging locker, and plenty of drawer storage. In the main salon, further accommodation is provided by a convertible dinette settee, thus enabling four to sleep aboard without crowding. The portside galley contains a top-loading refrigerator and freezer, a gas stov, and a sink.
With 300 gallons of fuel in four tanks and a pair of Caterpillar 3116s, the 40 will top out at 24 knots. She'll also cruise for approximately 500 miles at 21 knots, a range which makes a trip down island from the mainland eminently feasible, especially given the excellent seakeeping qualities of the hull.
|Beam ||12 ft 6 in||Max Draft ||3 ft|| |
|Dry Weight ||18000 lb dry weight without fuel or water||Hull Material ||Fiberglass|| |
|Hull Shape ||Deep Vee||Engine ||Inboard|| |
|Fuel ||Diesel||Horsepower (total) ||600.00 hp|| |
|Range (miles) ||500 miles||Fuel Capacity ||300 gal|| |
|Freeboard ||3 ft 10 in||Number of Heads ||1|| |
|Water Capacity ||80 gal|| || || |
|Designer ||Nick Potter||Range (miles) ||500 miles|| |
|Number of Engines ||2||Number of Berths ||4|| |