RAVEN'S NEST Gozzard 36 Cutter 1995

Southwest Harbor, ME


36 ft
11 ft
54 hp
5.5 ft


The Gozzard 36 was designed by H. Ted Gozzard and was built by the families of North Castle Marine Boatworks in Ontario, Canada.  Known for solid construction and beautiful woodwork, the 36 combines the traditional styling with a cutter rig and clipper bow with innovative design.  The interior can be configured in several different ways through folding bulkheads and passage doors and is ideal for a couple cruising while still comfortably accommodating another couple or two.


  • Boat Name: Gozzard 36 Cutter 1995
  • Location: Southwest Harbor, ME
  • Ballast Weight: 6,800 lb
  • Displacement Measure: 18,000 lb
Engine 1
  • Brand: Yanmar
  • Engine Model: 4JH5E
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Engine/Fuel Type: diesel
  • Hours: 675
  • Drive Type: Direct
  • Engine Power: 54|horsepower




RAVEN’S NEST is a nice example of the model and has been sailed lightly in Maine the past several summers and stored inside at Hinckley Yacht Services more recently.  She is commissioned and ready for the season and has recent electronics and was repowered with a new Yanmar engine in 2012 with less than 700 hours. 




  • Hand-laid, molded fiberglass deck and hull with 1/2″ end-grained balsa for sound and thermal insulation. “Robust in the Gozzard tradition”
  • External lead ballast
  • Long fin keel with well protected skeg hung rudder
  • Rubrail painted to match hull under shear with stainless steel chafe strip
  • 6’ Bowsprit with bobstay and scroll board and teak cover board
  • Fold-down steps in transom with swim ladder provide excellent access to water
  • Stainless lifelines with port and starboard gateways
  • Stainless steel dinghy davits off transom integrated into stern rail
  • Extended bow rail out onto bowsprit
  • Varnished bowsprit cap, cap rails, butterfly hatches, dorade boxes, and ship’s wheel
  • SS hand rails on cabin top
  • Single anchor roller off bowsprit
  • Saltwater anchor washdown
  • Dual cleat/chocks for bow, stern and midship lines
  • Curved track for self tacking staysail
  • Varnished teak dorade boxes with chromed dorades and solar powered fans




  • Large comfortable U Shaped Seating
  • Varnished wooden ship’s wheel
  • Built in cockpit table table with teak top and drop leaf sides with storage below
  • Winch built into the cockpit table
  • Deep storage lockers under settee
  • Teak cockpit sole
  • Propane storage locker with two 20 lb tanks
  • Cable steering to quadrant drive
  • Manual helm lock
  • Glass windscreen with sunbrella dodger, bimini, and connector
  • Windlass control at helm
  • Fold-down transom step with swim ladder provides easy access to water and dinghy
  • Bimini (folds down on to davits)
  • Companionway teak doors with interior folding screen doors
  • Opening portlights into aft cabin
  • Cockpit cushions
  • Cockpit shower with hot and cold water
  • Yanmar engine gauges and controls with tach, oil pressure, coolant temperature and digital display for other engine information.




The large open interior is finished in varnished cherry and is cleverly designed with foldaway bulkheads and doors so it can be quickly and easily sub-divided into a separate forward cabin, main cabin, and small stern cabin.


The forward cabin features a V – shaped seating arrangement with removable table that pull together to convert into a double bed. The entertainment unit (TV-DVD, AM-FM Radio/CD player) swings out at the foot of the bed. With 2 large overhead hatches and generous portholes she is surprisingly light and airy below.


Aft of the forward cabin there is a galley to port and a dinette opposite to starboard that also serves as a nav station and converts to another double berth.  Aft of the galley at the base of companionway is the forward cabin. 



Forward Cabin :


Both the forward and aft cabins can be completely isolated. There are cherry panels behind the back seat cushions of the nav station that flip up and can be secured to create a bulkhead. There are also doors to close off each cabin that lock cleverly in either the open or closed position.


  • On port is a large storage cabinet with shelves – can also be used as a pantry
  • Double-berth uniquely and easily converts into an open V-shaped Salon layout during the day and  pivot together to make a comfortable island queen berth
  • Beautiful wood-crafted cabinetry and shelving behind the settees combine elegant aesthetics with functional storage
  • Reading lamps on port and starboard for nighttime reading
  • Full-length cedar-lined hanging locker forward
  • Opening port lights and overhead deck hatch provide lots of natural light and ventilation





  • Corian countertops with fiddle and backsplashes on forward and aft bulkheads
  • Undermounted stainless steel sink w/ Pressured Water System
  • Seawater Hand Pump
  • Adler Barbour Top-Loading Fridge w/ Freezer
  • 3 Burner Force 10 Stove w/ Oven
  • 12V Fan
  • Overhead and task Lighting
  • Stainless Steel Portlights w/ Screens
  • Hot and cold pressure water
  • Saltwater hand pump at galley
  • Abundant storage in lockers outboard and over counter as well as under counter



Nav Station/Dinette:


Opposite the galley to starboard is a comfortable dinette with table the can be used as a nav station and also lowers to convert to a double berth


  • (2) stainless steel opening ports with curtains
  • Overhead dorade provides additional ventilation.
  • Shelves outboard forward with electrical panel aft
  • Storage in table



Aft Cabin:


Aft of the dinette on starboard at the base of the companionway is the aft cabin with double berth.  The space can be enclosed with the folding bulkheads and door or left open to the main cabin.


  • Large double v-berth with filler
  • Shelf along sheer
  • Storage in drawers and locker forward of berth and drawers under berth
  • Stainless steel opening portlights provide natural light and ventilation
  • Bulkhead mounted reading lights
  • Access panels to engine for service
  • Access panel aft to systems in lazarette





The large head is located at the base of the companionway to port and incorporates a separate stall shower


  • Corian counter and backsplash with undermounted stainless steel oval sink and hot/cold pressure water faucet
  • Storage in lockers outboard of sink and in locker and drawers under counter as well as locker outboard in shower





  • 2012 Yanmar 4JH5E engine 54 hp engine with approximately 675 hours (May 2022)
  • 3 blade bronze fixed propeller
  • Line cutter on shaft
  • Jabsco ParMax fresh water pump
  • Raritan 12 gallon marine water heater (heats off 110v shore power and engine)
  • 12 Gallon Polyethylene diesel fuel tank for Espar heater
  • 2 x 10lb LPG Tanks with Safe-T-Alert  propane valve control with leak detection
  • Espar diesel heater system with dedicated fuel tank
  • Jabsco manual head
  • Dometic 12v refrigeration system





  • 110v 30amp shore inlet with shore cord
  • Bass electrical panel with AC and DC breakers, volt and amp meters
  • Ample Power battery monitor for volts, amps and amp hours
  • (2) Lifeline 4D AGM house batteries
  • Separate Starting battery (2018)
  • Statpower TrueCharge 40 amp battery charger





  • Raymarine Axiom Pro chartplotter in cockpit on forward bulkhead
  • Raymarine digital radome on mast
  • Raymarine i70 autopilot control at helm
  • Raymarine ST60 wind display at helm
  • Raymarine i70 instrument display at helm
  • Raymarine AIS650 AIS transceiver
  • Raymarine Ray202 VHF
  • Ritchie Powerdamp compass at helm
  • Kenwood KDC-MP242 stereo with speakers in cabin
  • SuperSonic flat screen on swing out base





  • Single spreader aluminum mast and boom with stainless steel wire standing rigging
  • Shaeffer furlers for genoa and staysail
  • Self tacking arrangement for staysail
  • Whisker pole mounted to lifelines
  • Rope vang
  • Topping lift
  • Lazy jacks for main
  • Sail handling is set up for easy short handed sailing with the following lines led aft to the cockpit:
  • Main halyard with two reef lines
  • Staysail halyard
  • Jib Halyard
  • Boom Vang
  • Spinnaker halyard and Foreguy
  • Furling lines for jib and staysail


Sails include:

  • Main and main cover
  • Staysail
  • Genoa



Anchor, Windlass, and Ground Tackle:


  • CQR 45lb on stainless steel roller assembly on bow pulpit
  • Maxwell 1200 12VDC Windlass w/ Foot Control
  • Anchor Remote at Helm
  • Deck fitting for secondary anchor rode
  • Secondary anchor and rode in forepeak




  • Weems & Plath clock and barometer
  • Magma Newport propane grill topside with mount & cover
  • Emergency tiller and handle
  • Lifesling 2 mounts to stern rail
  • Fenders and docklines
  • Varnished teak ensign pole with ensign
  • Sun covers for dorade boxes



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