Harvey Trustees


Photo Courtesy Collection of Bob Cunningham
Andrew Beatty
Winner of the prize for Farthest Away, Andrew lives in Dublin, Ireland, where he works as a software engineer. He visits his boat at least annually to ensure creative water displays and "all weather" trips.

David Beatty
The other half of the Beatty Brothers, now famous for their innovative positioning of the water cannons. David works in the technology industry and is one of the driving forces in the restoration of the boat.

John Doswell and Jean Preece
Owners of Doswell Productions and very active in the waterfront community, John and Jean number among their causes The Working Harbor Committee, North River Historic Ship Society and Friends of Hudson River Park.

William Drawbridge
Will Drawbridge. One of the original owners, Will did much of the work on her in 1999 when he worked at Pier 63 Maritime. He now works at Columbia University.

Rafe Evans
A brilliant retail real estate broker, Rafe knows little about boats save that John J. Harvey is the best one.

Huntley Gill
Works in real estate & construction, but loves preservation and fireboating. He is the heart of the boat.

Sergio Guardia
An award winning architect, Sergio is battling his past in land-locked Bolivia by being an owner of this, his second large boat.

John Krevey (deceased)
John, survived by his wife, Angela, owned Pier 66 Maritime, lightship Frying Pan, and originally discovered that John J. Harvey was for sale. If not for John we could spend our weekends golfing. Angela continues his good work.

Florent Morellet
Former owner of the well-known Eponymous Restaurant in nearby Gansevoort Street, Florent is active in many community and health related causes.

Garry M. Pace
Garry is a retired Deputy Chief with the BWI Airport Fire & Rescue Dept in Baltimore. He graciously provides our fire safety and First Aid/CPR training.

Marja Samsom
If you have never had the dumplings at her restaurant, Kitchen Club, do. Marja is an enthusiastic supporter of the cause.

Randy Simon
A film producer and classic car dealer in LA, Randy is an avid fire buff and collects fire engines.

Renée Lutz Stanley
Renée Lutz Stanley is a theatre stage manager by profession, and since joining the Harvey Family, has discovered an un-nerving love of chipping rust and smelling diesel fuel. There really is no better way to spend time than being on Harvey.

Arthur Swanson
Art is a semi-retired engineer/restauranteur who is now building reproduction classic sailing yachts in Maine. The first example... a Hereschoff Araminta ketch will be debuted at the Newport wooden boat in July. His own Alden ketch, the LAISSEZ FAIRE cruised New England waters for 20+ summers.

Eric Weisler
Eric, Vice President of the boat, developed this site. Along with his family, he does restoration projects.

Chase Welles
President of the boat, Chase is well known in commercial real estate circles, and is a life-long boater.

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