Equipment For Sale

The EOA takes no responsibility of the condition of items advertised for sale here. Sellers are requested to describe goods accurately and potential purchases must satisfy themselves as to their suitability.

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EVENTIDE HEADSAIL FOR SALE:

Made by Trantam & Lowther of Bristol (not one I have heard of!). It has a wire luff with piston hanks measuring 18’6 and a foot of 8’10. It is not in bad condition and is quite usable. I salvaged it from an Eventide 24 thinking it might come in handy on my Tidewater but it never did.

Open to offers from anyone who wishes to come and have a look at it in Worthing.

I’m having a clear out due to giving up sailing and also have some other odds and ends, such as a pair of bronze spinnaker pole ends and some mushroom vents – useful to someone doing a rebuild.

Contact Michael Clare via email at pomfrette@ntlworld.com

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2 TRAILERS FOR SALE:  Four wheeled Hydraulic tilt road trailer to suit Eventide.   Also a four wheeled launching trolley with inflated tyres.

Both for sale due to the sad break-up of my Eventide.

Please contact Frank Haddon for further information. Tel: 01747 821888 or email: fhaddondorset@talktalk.net

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FOR SALE: Various items of equipment of possible interest to someone building or refurbishing an Eventide 24 as follows:

Sails:
A set of 3 bright orange storm sails with the old Reg No  ‘1156’ marked on each. These sails have never been used.

A set of lightweight sails (from memory – green/orange & white, may be green/blue & white?) also marked  ‘1156’  showing signs of use as there is slight oxidisation to the metal ‘eyelets’.

A set of 3 white sails in ‘new’ condition.

All the above sails have been stored in a dry ventilated area for a number of years.

Mast and Boom:
A wooden mast which has been suspended from roof rafters in a large garage for over 20 years.
Boom also suspended from the rafters.
Both have rigging rope etc. still attached.

There are also a couple of spinnaker poles and several sail battens.

All the above belonged to my late father whose Eventide 24 was sadly disposed of many years ago. I am keen to see them in use rather than in storage so am open to offers.
Located just north of Inverness.

Contact in the first instance via EOA Enquiries marked for the attention of M. Macauley.

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