We are very sad to announce the sudden death,
at the age of just 46, of our Webmaster Peter.
In an effort to support his wife Kirsty, I
have arranged with her that we can make donations to his old PayPal address, she
can collect it from there.
Anyone with a PayPal account can simply open
their account, go to 'money' and 'pay a friend' then enter this mail address:-
'payments at seagullparts.co.uk'
You know how to do
this, ignore the spaces and insert the @ symbol.
I have started the ball rolling, if many of us donate just £10.00 at least she
will be able to afford a funeral for him!
If you do not have an account you can either send cheques to me, contact me for
details. You could donate via the Eventide Owners website that Peter also
maintained. Go to
www.eventides.org.uk and look for the PayPal 'donate' button at the
bottom of the page, and I will transfer it to Kirsty, or go to PayPal's
site and look for the 'donate to a friend' and enter that mail address there,
pay with any card.
Last year celebrating
25 years service to Seagull owners,
Sept 1994 to 2018.
(And another 10 years unofficially before that!)
You are looking at one of the first
ever websites, 1992!
how we have grown since then....
See John and his boat in January 2019 Classic Boat magazine!
Sale of Seagull engines, surplus to
I have over 200 Seagulls here, selling from
All sorts, All need restoration.
Come and visit and take one or two (dozen) away.
Please read before continuing!
away on a long sailing trip last year.
To read the log of his voyage
from June to August, 2018,
in his home built boat, 'Fiddlers Green',
But check prices of spares against my
prices, bet I am cheaper!
I do not sell on EBay,
but I do have just about every part here and cheaper than most!
mail me on
with a wish list and I will give you prices.
Your support for my recovery of LS 11510 made the success possible!Now there is a humble documentation on YoutubeThanks againGunnar Eriksson
Sorry may not be working at the moment, enticing them
back shortly! More bread needed...
To see what
John got up to for 2 months during summer 2013 you can read his trip log
In 2018 he completed the circumnavigation,
to read the log
If I am not answering the phone, this might give you a clue to where I might be!
'Fiddler's Green', our home built Eventide.