from Dec 04
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For SALE : New EOG Burgees
New burgees available again ,see Burgee page for details.
For Sale, or rent
Wrecked Senior on trailer, good for shifting from person to person so you could pretend you were a real 'owner'. Contact eoa for your chance to have it in your backyard and get your name in lights!
'John, I have a brand new 2" No.8 Bronze, Flat Head screw from an Eventide - does this constitute ownership?'
Sorry Folks, yes it is a joke, this is what the ex owners in the old eoa committee actually resorted to, to stay in charge! Sad Eh! Maybe by placing this here we can shame them into either restoring them or passing them to someone who is willing to!
The real adverts start here!
For SALE : New EOG Burgees
New burgees now available, see Burgee page for details.
Barbican 33 GRP locker lids.
I wonder if any Barbican 33 owners would be interested in new GRP locker lids.
Our 1987 ‘Viking Lady’ had wooden locker lids which leaked badly, they were warped and had hinges.
The vertical part also hinged back against the horizontal part to improve access but this was also a source of leaks.
We have now made brand new one piece GRP lock lids for port starboard and stern lockers and we are going to cover them with ‘looks like teak’ or Treadmaster.
It was quite job making them. We had to make a template out of MDF and wood from that a GRP mould was made and from the mould the real thing was produced.
If anyone in the group who has a B33 would like a set of locker lids I could put them in touch with the makers of our lids, who would be prepared to make more sets.
Peter Hull & Ray Jackson
Owners of B33 ‘Viking Lady’
peterhull418 at btinternet.com
For Sale. Golden Hind 31 Furling Genoa
Offshore Headsail in HOOD PREMIUM woven Dacron 5.8G, Cross-Cut design and Chestnut 3 step stitching. Leech line with clam cleat in concealed pocket, footling exiting at tack. webbing reinforced Clew ring. Reef calibration markers on Furling Headsails, and sheet lead indicators. UV protective panel applied on Leech and Foot. All in a robust sail bag.
When new this sail cost £1080 (original invoice available) in 2011. Since that date it has been used for 90 hours sailing across 27days. Maximum wind strength in that time Force 4. (Log book available). It was last used in 2013, and has been cleaned and dry stored since. It is in excellent condition for such little use. The was bought to replace on earlier identical sail which served me for 17 years until being sold with the boat. It is still in service today. This is a top quality sail, that will give years of service
Any enquiries or inspection welcome to appreciate this sail. Located Lancashire. £300
Contact; pwightman at hotmail.co.uk
Former Golden Hind 31 owner
For Sale:-There follows a list of items, for sale in Essex, for collection from Eric, a local contact who has retired from sailing. In just a couple of days several items have gone off the list!
Contact Eric on 01621 778008.
Folding GRP and wood effect cockpit table, with attachment fittings £150.00 Was fitted to a Dutch built boat attaches to wheel pedestal.
Youths lifejacket, grubby but OK £5.00
Liferaft and s/s carrier, liferaft new 2010, never serviced but never been on a boat either, spent all it's life in a dry storage, £100.
2 x large inflatable fenders made for transiting French canals, strap alongside lengthways, approx. 4ft long £50.00
2 x hull protector heets for use with fenders, £5.00
New Phoenix 111 Electric air pump £20.00
Man Overboard lamp £2.00
Emergency VHF in storage tube. £15.00
2 Used freshwater pumps £3.00
New boxed Jabsco WC pump £10.00 and matching used sea loo £10.00
Portaloo, used, but clean, only used onboard during canal trip some years back £10.00
Folding Ali and plastic boarding ladder £5.00
Dutch gas cylinder. Ideal if you are off to the Netherlands! Takes the Dutch connector of course... Full. £5.00
2 x manual gas Crewsaver Crewfit lifejackets, grubby but ok. £10 each
Youths lifejacket grubby but ok £5.00
3 x 20 litre red plastic diesel cans £10.00
1 x metal 20 litre Jerry can for diesel £10.00
1 x green plastic 5 litre petrol can £1.00
2 x black 10 litre diesel cans £5.00
1 x steel 5 litre can £1.00
New ensign pole £5.00
Oilskins.... check for sizes.. Large or X Large. ?
Selection of used gear. needs cleaning but ok.
Musto lightweight jacket and trousers, £25.00
Splashdown Jacket and trousers £50.00
Musto Heavy weather jacket and trousers £50.00
All prices open to a little haggling!
Speak to Eric in Tillingham on 01621 778008.
For SALE : EOG Burgees
New burgees now available, see Burgee page for details.
For Sale:- Eventide 24 mainsail.
Ex Eventide 24, 'Fintra'. No longer needed as she has been converted to Gaff rig..
Jeckells made in 1994/5, dry stored, properly folded since 2004.
Foot 3.1 m
Available in Northern Ireland, can be posted.
Contact Steven :- stevenbolster at yahoo.com
SENIOR keel parts, for a Donation to RNLI
Collect from Staffordshire......
The timber deadwood and cast iron keel for a Senior, this is the deeper deadwood for the most successful extended bilge keel version, definitely collection only, you will need a small van or a trailer!
Contact Rodney:- 01785 850629.
Wanted, Sails for Senior...
Wanted set of Senior sails for Senior nearing completion after restoration.
Julia needs sails, at the moment the boat is in the Lake district having a little work done and she is looking forward to rekindling memories of her father's Senior Dipper!
Please Contact her at :-Julia Rushworth at aol.com
Or phone 07877503208
Eventide 24 mainsail. Luff length 7.2m, Foot 3.1m (not sure exactly what that is in real money but was on a Eventide 24) Has sail number 'YM E1335' on it.
Described as 'Good condition'
Made by Dolphin sails in Harwich
Was from his father in law's Eventide, she called 'Phaeron' he believes. He would love to know where she is now...
Contact John :- hjc100_2000 at yahoo.com
phone number awaits.