Owner: Robert W. Siemens (Bob)
Name_of_Vessel: Autumn Jewel ( my granddaughter's name)
Hailing_Port: Guntersville, AL
E_Mail_Address: rsiemens@charter.net
HIN: 515306
Year: 1967
Model_Name: River Queen 
Years_Owned: 1 yr. +
LOA: 38'
Beam: 12'
Fuel_Type: reg. gas
Fuel_Cap: 180
Propulsion: Twin Chrysler 318 polyspherical engines
Trany_Drive_Props: Dana 80 outdrive
Fresh_Water: 40 gal. 2 tanks
Holding_Tank: ?
Date: Monday January 18, 2010
Time: 09:03 PM


was already restored when I bought it.


Install gas/spring struts on engine hatches. Touch up paint.


Great site, lots of information, a real help to RQ owners.


Hi Mike,
Thanks for responding. I live in Guntersville, AL. Its presently located in a slip at Signal Point Marina but I intend to bring it to my dock on the TN. river. I plan to enlarge my boathouse enough to get the RQ in. I bought this RQ  from Chace Chancey who bought it from Jerry and Bonnie Lawson who had it renovated in Iowa and sailed it down to Guntersville AL.
The marine survey indicates Volvo outdrives but the documentation shows Dana 80. Not sure which is correct
It has a transformer that converts dock power to 12 volt AC or DC.
Thanks for the attachments, much good information, would be happy to have more. I did not see any specifically for the 38 ft. but looks to but the specs look to be very close to the 37 ft.
Attached are more pictures.

Bob_S [rsiemens@charter.net

Hi Bob, Thanks for re-registering. I know it's a pain in the ass to re-do it but it is real necessary to get all the information up so all the other RQ readers can see and compare.  Your right! The engine hatches are heavier than hell! I'd love to have gas shock helpers! Even better, Hydraulic! Just push a button.

Thanks again...  Be safe!   mnw : )

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