The British Seagull Outboard is synonymous with quality, hard work and reliability! With over 2.5 million engines having been produced, most of which are still running. There are few people who haven't heard of them or haven't 'experienced' a classic British Seagull.
Traditionalists love them, classic cruisers find them in keeping with their classic craft, more often than not they are found in the bilge and still expected to run and be reliable when the main engine breaks down. - Surprisingly enough they usually still start and perform in true British style.
British Seagull outboards are excellent as an auxiliary engine, having plenty of torque and solid parts.
There are approximately 68 models of British Seagull outboard engines. Ranging from the small light weight Forty Featherweight & Forty Plus engines for inflatables and tenders, through to the famous Silver Century, Century Plus and more modern Curlew, Osprey and Kingfisher models. These are often found as the main engine on small sailing cruisers.
Spare parts are still being produced for the majority of the British Seagull Outboard range, the most popular items are the unusual spark plugs, HT Leads, Prop Springs, Water Pump Rotors, Gaskets and Piston Rings.
Manuals and Spares Books are 'must haves' for looking after and working on your outboard.
For more information on British Seagull Outboards and spare parts availability visit the British Seagull Website or phone British Seagull - Remember to always quote your engine number.
Visit the official British Seagull Website for parts and spares.