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rose bay

Posted: Thu October 17th, 2013, 2:28 pm
by john carlisle
my father is the proud owner of this gh26 which we are renovating at the momment.can any one shed any light on her history

Re: rose bay

Posted: Tue October 29th, 2013, 6:56 pm
by Eventide Owners Group
Hello John,
If you contact us directly via the website either by filling in the enrolment form on the home page, or just by mailing us, we could look up our records to see if we have more information on her.

would love to see some pictures so we could add them to the gallery.

Regards,
john
Eventiders

Re: rose bay

Posted: Thu November 7th, 2013, 10:32 am
by john carlisle
hope to get covers of soon so can take a few pictures for you.coach roof nearly completed with fibreglass and flowcoat.hopefully someone will be able to find some history of this lovely little boat.was told by father that it was and still is registered in little ships reg.must look into this when I,ve got the time. love the forum by the way and hopefully can meet up with some of you at some meets next year til then fare winds and happy sailing.

Re: rose bay

Posted: Thu November 7th, 2013, 4:51 pm
by Eventide Owners Group
Hello John,

Look forward to adding the photos to the gallery, send them direct to us at enquiries@eventides.org.uk

so far I have drawn a blank on her history, but when I add piuctures and then ask if anyone knows her it may be a different story!

Regards,
john
Eventiders

Re: rose bay

Posted: Fri May 9th, 2014, 4:00 pm
by john carlisle
rose bay was built by T.ERSKINE in 1980 build no.6.have original invoice for the build and bill of sale confirming that the boat is a gh26.also have all survey reports at different stages of the build up until completion.the boat spent most of its life in Plymouth.

Re: rose bay

Posted: Sun May 11th, 2014, 8:34 am
by Eventide Owners Group
Hello John,

suspect you have the original 'builders plaque' on board with this information on it.

Do send details in to us via our real mail address, enquiries@eventides.org.uk and we will be able to publish them on the site. The forum is not always monitored.

Goos luck with the restoration, hopefully not to much to do!

Regards,
john
Eventiders