Miss Dill is a one-of-a-kind vessel using a modern fiberglass hull to produce a well-designed deck and interior similar to local boats built in the '30s and '40s in this area. Her narrow beam and slender lines, both above and below the waterline, make her very sea friendly. Her all wood interior reflects a bygone elegance. Miss Dill has been gently run and maintained very well, and has a new coat of varnish and deck paint for this season, ready to launch!
Solid fiberglass Repco hull built entirely by hand using alternate layers of mat & woven in 1991. The Newman & Gray Boatyard on Cranberry Islane, Maine finished her with cedar over oak decks, 1" fir platform. Varnished mahogany coamings, hull ceiling and rub and toe rails, which are covered with bronze half-oval. Transom is varnished mahogany. Hull topsides are black. All fastenings are bronze and SS. Hardware is bronze. Hynautic hydraulic steering in center console.
1994 Indmar (Chrysler) 350 cu. in. V8 265 HP gas inboard. FWC heat exchanger. 1.9:1 BW gear, dual exhaust out transom. Full panel and Morse single-lever controls. 1 1/2" SS shaft (2016) swinging an 18 x 4L prop. Total hours approx. 150. The current owner has used only non-ethanol gasoline since purchasing the boat in 2010.
Top: 22 knots
Cruising: 8-10 knots
Fuel: 52 gals. in 2 aluminum tanks, port and starboard
One 12V battery with master switch and circuit breaker panel.
This is an open launch with a center console at aft end of engine box. There is space forward for chairs or benches as well as engine box seating. A custom hood and a stern bench seat are included.