Dyer Boats

57 Miller St.
Warren, RI 02885
United States
41° 43' 52.2444" N, 71° 17' 10.4028" W
Tad Jones

The Anchorage, Inc. has been building fine boats since 1930, when Bill Dyer founded the company. One of the first boats to be built as the 10' Dyer Dink, a wooden lapstrake dinghy. It was followed, in the early 1940's, by a plywood version of the 9' Dyer Dhow. The first fiberglass version of the Dhow was built in 1949, making it the oldest, continuously-built fiberglass boat. The 9' Dhow was followed by the 7'11" Dyer Dhow Midget and the 12 1/2' Dyer Dhow. The company also builds the 16' Dyer Glamour Girl, the Dyer 29 and Dyer 40 classic motorboats. Take a look through our product line and you will see that the Dyer tradition of craftsmanship and quality continues today. We are -- Proudly Built, Proudly Owned.