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Eventide 24 - Tamarisk *URGENT*

Posted: Mon September 5th, 2011, 7:38 pm
by vanoord
The Eventide website contains the information that the Eventide 24, 'Tamarisk' was sold to someone called 'Hal' in West Yorkshire, reported in your news article dated 16th November 2010.

The boat is lying in our North Yard at Gallows Point, Beaumaris and we believe it to be the property of a Mr.J.S.Bailey. We have not been informed of any change of ownership.

Storage fees are outstanding on the vessel since 1st July 2010 and as such we have offered the vessel for sale in order to recover the debt.

A sealed bid auction has proved unsuccessful and as such we are about to offer the vessel for sale via an online auction: if this is also unsuccessful and the vessel not removed before the end of September, we intend to dismantle it in order to free up the space for winter storage.

As such, we would be grateful for any information about the purported owner, 'Hal in West Yorkshire', as a matter of urgency.

He would be required to provide proof of his title to the vessel and cover the outstanding storage fees in order to prevent the vessel being sold or dismantled.

Thus, if anyone has any details on the possible ownership of the vessel we would be grateful for these at the earliest opportunity.

Please contact:

ABC Powermarine
Gallows Point
Anglesey LL58 8YL


Re: Eventide 24 - Tamarisk *URGENT*

Posted: Fri September 9th, 2011, 10:05 am
by Eventide Owners Group
We have tried to mail you, so far without response.

If you are reading this, please mail us and we will do our best to assist and prevent the destruction of this boat. We have tried to contact the last known owner, Hal, but as yet have no reply.

Hoping to hear from you,
John Williams
Website co-ordinator
Eventide Owners Group

Re: Eventide 24 - Tamarisk *URGENT*

Posted: Fri September 9th, 2011, 6:19 pm
by chris s

Re: Eventide 24 - Tamarisk *URGENT*

Posted: Sat September 10th, 2011, 4:39 pm
by vanoord
Sorry for the delay in replying, busy days.

As noted, we've put the boat up for sale on eBay with no reserve: we'd prefer to see her sold (even for a small amount) and gone rather than dismantle her.

If she does sell, we will load her onto road transport at no charge.

Unfortunately, there seems to be much less interest in buying boats like this compared to a couple of years ago, probably the result of the hard economic times.

Re: Eventide 24 - Tamarisk *URGENT*

Posted: Sat September 10th, 2011, 6:51 pm
by Eventide Owners Group
Good luck with the sale!

I will post a note on the Stoppress pages...