37VT04 Raven
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HIN: HAO370040983 more photos
Hull Laid: September 1983
Yard: Hai O Yachts, Taiwan
Owner Bought Sold Boat's Name Home Port
Barb and Mike Lawrence June 2010 Raven Everett, WA
Gary Mullard 8 June 2010 Raven Anacortes, WA
John Colver Victory Belvedere, CA
Jack Pieterse1 23 Dec 1983 Old Grog Sacramento River Delta, CA

Gary Mullard - reports that when he bought Raven she was in very good shape. He first kept her on Lake Union (Seattle, WA) where he had many upgrades done and then in 2000 moved her to Anacortes, WA

John Colver - a member of the Corinthian Yacht Club. Owned a number of sail boats over the years. He bought Hull #4 from someone that owned the tug for many years and moored in the Sacramento River Delta. John had a lot of work done on the tug in a San Rafael, CA yard and took good care of her.


  • Galley to port

Mechanical and Engine Detail

  • Engine(s): BMW Engine(s) HP: 150 Engine Model: 150DT (less than 900 hours, July 2008)
  • Cruising Speed: 8 knots Max Speed: 9.5 knots
  • Turbocharger replaced 2007
  • Kobelt 2015 throttle/transmission control
  • 2.99:1 Borg Warner transmission
  • Westmar bow thruster
  • Anti-vibration shft coupling
  • PSS dripless shaft seal
  • Four blade 24x16 bronze propeller
  • Dual Racor fuel filters with manifold
  • Tankage
    • Fuel: 285 gallons in 4 black iorn tanks
    • Water: 185 gallons in 2 stainless tanks
  • Lectra-San head system
  • Artic diesel forced air cabin heating
  • 12 gallon stainless water heater
  • New stainless rudder cables (2006)
  • Most all hoses and through hull valves were replaced
  • Extensive list of spare parts and safety equipment
  • EPIRB and saftey equipped for off shore


  • Trace 2012 (2000 watt) inverter with remote
  • Four 4D (160 Ah each) batteries
  • Ample charger and Ample 105 AMP alternator
  • 30 AMP shore power.


  • Stainless steel sinks
  • Magic Chef four burner propane stove with oven
  • Adler Barbour Cold Machine in-counter refrigeration
  • LPG remote control
  • Propane locker in vented smoke stack
  • Ample work space and storage
  • Foot pumps for fresh and sea water at sink
  • Fresh water filter


  • New SIMRAD RA770UA radar
  • SIMRAD, CE30 color GPS plotter, Depth finder
  • new SIMRAD 300 CX auto pilot
  • new SIMRAD RS8300 VHF (new 1998)
  • Flo Scan fuel computer (new 1996)


  • High bulwarks protects full walk around teak decks with new inserts
  • Windows removed and recaulked, window channel replaced (1997)
  • Beautiful custom teak deck box
  • 8 foot lap strake quality wood rowing tender mounted on upper deck
  • Ideal 500 dual action windlass with remote control in bridge
  • New Forford #6 Anchor
  • 150' BBB 3/8 chain
  • Custon roller and hawse
  • Custom wear plate on bow
  • Fortress F-23 stern anchor with 150' 5/8 nylon rode
  • Custom mast and boom
  • Tow bit
  • Fortress
  • Bottom barrier coat applied (2007 and cost $11,000)
  • New custom canvas covers
  • All bright work in beautiful condition
  • Exterior Awlgrip paint
  • New Magma Bar BQ

BMW Engine
Helm Station
Bathroom (head)
Dingy Deck

Original Purchase Information2

Date Ordered Buyer/Brokerage Hull Laid Hai O's Cost to Build3 Shipping (from Taiwan) Misc. Expenses4 Admiralty Ltd. Profit Date Arrived in US Closing Sale Date Approximate Delivered Price5
Pieterse, Jack 9/83 $53,672.50 $7,436.10 $1,397.77 $11,493.63 10/28/1983 10/28/1983 $75,425.62

Related Documents

Gary Mullard note to Tuggers Editor, Macy Galbreath, April 2010, re: previous owners of hull #4 pdficon.gif.Yacht World Listing, April 2010 pdficon.gif.Owner's Listing, July 2008 pdficon.gifYacht World Listing, June 2008 pdficon.gif
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