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Broom 38 CL(1999)

Sat on her home berth,just launched after winter out in the boat shed. New antifoul anodes etc,

Type Fast, Semi-displacement with three quarter length deep keel and fine entry with flatter planing sections aft. Twin shaft drive with under water exhaust. Aft canin layout with command bridge helm. Designed by Andrew Wolstenholme and "won "Motorboat of the Year award in 1997, Dimensions Loa 38'6" (11.74m) Hull 36'9" (11.2m) Beam 13' (3.96m) Draught 3'6" (1.06m) Air draught (to screen top with arch folded down aft) 10'6" ( 3.2m) Displacement approx 10,000 KG
Built Moulded by Aquafibre ( owned by Broom ) and built by Broom boats of Brundall Norfolk. using hand laid GRP with white gelcoats.. Mahogany based interior woodwork finish with satin varnish. Engines 2 x Yanmar 6LP-DTE (6 cylinder) turbo charged diesels driving out through ZF reduction gearboxes and down straight shafts through "P"brackets and to 4 bladed bronze propellers. They should give her around 25 Knots when she is clean ( or a touch more) and cruise at 19 very happily. Running hours from new approx 1200.
Tanks Twin Fuel tanks ( Stainless steel) outside each engine , capacity 100 Gallons ( 200 Total ( 908 lts,) fresh water in Stainless steel tank under the aft double berth capacity 100 Gallons ( 454 lts) Holding tank forward , Stainless steel, with deck and under water discharge capacity approx 35 Gallons. Berths Twin single berths in a Vee forward, double dinette conversion to port, and double cabin aft with centreline berth, ( it would be possible to sleep one in the saloon if required.

Interior

she has extending arm davits which are in store. these heafty shoes make removal easy . the owners have chosen just to use the snap davit arrangement on the aft platform

wonderful "walkround" decks. are a feature that all crew like about these boats. and solid rails.

aloft from aft,

aft command bridge / cockpit, with two side access gates . the canopy solution works well at sea being very stiff with short unsupported panels only. the forward one will fold up to the arch and the aft one will fall aft to the back rail making her an open boat. fabulous when cruising in nice weather ..at sea or up the river taking in the views. The GRP arch is hinged allowing the airdraught be brought below 3.3 m So allowing exploration through Europe.

port side additional porthole at dinette area. few have this . very nice to see out whilst sat down inside . also note the two side ladder attachment fittings at side gates.

removable snap davit fittings.

fore deck area. four static vents, and two opening hacthes forward as well as side windos so good light and air . flat deck area round windlass.

"Sprint windlass, has controls here on deck as well as remotes at helm, the deck bollard takes weight off windlass if at anchor,

engine removal hatch.. standard on all Broom boats.. not that you WANT to take and engine out , but if required it is an afternoons work not a nightmare..

looking aft down port side deck, screen covers keep the sun off timberwork inside.

 

nice view showing easy aft deck, note grab rails all round her

lots of light through upper and lower screens.

forward,

waste tank point with rinse stb deck ( under water discharge as well)

fabulous helm station with great chart area. tall near flat glass screens make vision excellent and protection good. s/s foot rail extra, and bottom right of shot...

HOT AIR at your feet, perfect on a winters cruise.. also note the water proof 240 point. and high current 12v point .

aft seating round Nylon table, side gate to deck area means quick access either side whilst mooring.

port side, life raft stowage, custom factory fit, note strap hinge on arch, cabin entry door right of shot is clear curved perspex which slides under dash area.

so starting from foward, twin singles 6'6" berths, lockers under,

chain locker access behind weighted curtain

hanging lcoker to port, mahogany timberwork still very nice indeed, many brass sfitting have been renewed over the years.

stb side heads with second shower option on this boat,

waste holding tank guage

lower dinette port side, table drops to make double berth, factry fit extar porthole and book shelf unit,

aft end..of dinette

aft face in galley ( set to stb) showing generator start panel, ( recent fit)

galley from saloon, Teak and Holly floor extra, three burner hob, grill and oven all gas. twin sinks.

steps up to saloon, hot air at foot, step lifts for access to pumps etc. fridge left of shot

side access door to port side deck, very popular feature , and a place where "everyone" sits...

lockers port side, drinks, TV etc , steps up to cockpit,

saloon settee set to stb, with coffee table. upholstery still looks fresh,

nav fax, and extra 240 power points, ( several round boat)

forward end of saloon stb side, extra 240v point top edge.

chart drawer under settee

day hatches to each engine for oil, water, top ups and dis.. the WHOLE floor area is "Loose" and with the loose bound carpets rolled back engie access is actuall as good as any aft cabin bioat and better than most!

forward access hatch to generator cacoon and heating pipes..again for real access you simply roll back the carpet, and lift sections of the floor out. Carpets were replaced with this high quality patterned one back when she had her big make over and again are still smart.

looking aft at front of engine through forward floor hatch

aft steps to aft cabin hinge forward and allow access to back end of both engine. seacocks, and gearboxes etc,,

grotty photo, but domestic panel in aft lobby with key solenoids to battery switches.

double aft berth on centreline, twin aft hatches flood light in here. ( water tank under berth)

stb aft lockers , and left, hanging locker

shower cubicle forward on stb side in aft cabin has two doors so any crew can use it..

port side lockers and again hanging space,

heads set to port , electric heads,

access under bed head to steering lit and emergency tiller/ rudder hydraulics etc.. note stainless water tanks. ( as are fuel tanks)

nice example of this ever popular boat with great spec, at sensible asking on purpose.. worth a trip as its just a two day trip to get her back on a truck.. or why not explore the Shannon a bit first , when else will you do that?

RECENT 2017 JUNE shots follow. that the owner took for us..at launch out of boat shed..

nice deep keel and the under water exhaust pods, are well shown here.

back on her berth..

WINTER COVERS ON...

inside back together after Big Service, replacement Leather Upholstery still looks good.

NAVY Summer Covers fitted.

Electronics VHF radio ( shipmate) additional 240v Sockets to standard .radio CD player with waterproof speakers in cockpit, Raytheon SL72 Radar ST6000 Autopilot, Garmin 225 GPS Plotter, autohelm st 30 wind indicator, Nokia "Premicell" antenna, TV antenna, Vetus dual head gas sniffer alarm,
Extras Factory list ( more to come after visit) 12 Volt Toilets in place of standard, holding tanks with dual disharge, Eberspacher 5DL diesel fired central heating ( with extra digital 7 day timer system) , VDO rudder indicator, electric anchor windlass in place of manual, additional fender cages, Fresh water screen washers, auxillary outboard bracket on bathing platform, galley extractor fan, aft deck canopy on folding framework, Weaver snap davits with "stand off" arms, Fit single porthole in port dinette area, increase anchor chain to 25 Fathoms,forwrad bridge indicator height mast, extra book rack at dinette, Teak and holly floor at Galley, fit second roller at bow, supply and fit Whittal davit bases ready to fit davits, supply and fit generator tray ( generator retro fitted 2010), supply and fit additional full length mirrors, extra towel rails, RE UPHOLSTERED throughout with cream leather in 2005, as well as several other jobs,, she had cockpit canopy replaced in navy in approx 2006. two part sprung matteresses, upgrade to curtain materials. some more details to follow after visit in March. new FM extinguishers fitted 2005, Full current spec and list of works and history services etc will be detailed shortly.
History Know to us we sold her to and for her last two owners. She was built for her first owner in Chichester, who took delivery in late october 1999, ( they loved her and wanted a new Broom 42..!) we then sold her for them to her second owner in January 2004, and delivered her down to her new home on the Yealm in Devon..We sold her on for that owner to her current third owner in August 2005 due to ill health, the current owner had her delivered to Ireland and has cruise mostly on the Shannon.. she has nad good drying periods ashore especially in later years where she has been stored in a boat shed each winter. Big service July 2017 to both engines.
Broker's Comments Great Boats.. this one is well know to us as we sold her to both her last two owners, She has been wintered ashore in a shed for the last five years or so. and she looks good for it, the upholstery is still in super order as are the carpets, ( both replaced some 7 years ago .. great spec with twin yanmars, and I like the extra side window to port at dinnette, Click on the Following link to see the VIDEOWALK ; http://youtu.be/m829iLYSlh4

Ireland £ 129,000

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