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Broom 42CL(2002)

Sat at her home berth on the Thames, beautifully clean and polished May 2017

Type Fast semi-displacement from The board of Andrew Wolstenholme, the Broom 38CL was a very well received design, and the owners started to ask for the next one up the ladder, So broom commissioned Andrew to come up with the 42, which was also a roaring success, Fine entry with medium vee sections to a Hard Chine, with flatter sections aft , Threequarter length keel, deep enough to offer protection to stern gear, and excellent directional stability at slow speed, Very able sea boat, Dimensions LOA , 42'6" (12.95m) Deck length 39'9" (12.1m) LWL 37'8" (11.49m) Beam 13'11" (4.24m) Draught 3'6" (1.06m) Air Draught mast down, 10'10" (3.3m) weight appro 13 Tons or 11,973 Kg Dry ..
Built Hand Laid GRP mouldings to hull superstructure and ancillary mouldings, with white gelocoats, High Gloss Maple interior woodwork. By Boom boats in Norfolk. Engines 2 x Yanmar 350hp six cylinder turbo diesels, with approx 950 Hours, these NON electronic engines drive down through hydraulic reduction gearboxes to straigh shafts, "P" Brackets, and four bladed bronze propellers. They should give her 26 knots or so, max when clean and cruise nicely at 20+ knots
Tanks All stainless steel, twin fuel tanks of 150 Gallons each side outside engines, and a 100 gallon water tank aft under bed, There is a good waste tank forward under floor of approxiamtely 40 gallon, ( both deck and underwater discharge systems) Berths Six berths, Two big singles in a vee forward, with ensuite door to shower/Loo, ( it has two doors one to cabin, one to lobby) then the dinette set to port drops and converts to a double, and there is the wonderful double master cabin aft with centreline berth, with its own heads, and shower.

Interior

Aft end, You can see the "Glinting sun here, the boat is beautifully clean!, Extra Teak (real) on the aft platform and steps, note the extra auxillary pad to stb, decent liferaft in cradle ,

There are fender baskets round the boat to cope with 8 of these big fenders, two opening hatches into the aft cabin, flood it with light and air when open.

stb side deck, great rails all round the boat, no step in the deck run so she is a delight for crew to walk round, Note reflection

another good factory fitted extra, side gates/ ladders, Shown slid forward, it can be dropped down instead and with the fold out legs becomes a good side boarding ladder,

note the owners have a Large Knotted rope, hanging from top rails , this helps getting aboard without heaving on the staunchions so reducing stress on the sockets

forward deck, lots of static vents, and two hatches, note the deck waste tank pump out down by cleat

slef loading bow roller, with Delta anchor is standard, approx 30 m anchor cable, also note the Bollard to take weight off windlass or attach to if at swinging mooring,

deck switches to windlass as well as Dash.

FULL engine hatch over saloon, Not that you hope to get an engine out , but it is "easy" on any Broom, I have seen this happen in an afternoon, and some owners choose to return the boat to broom after 20 years or so, take engines out, and have a clean and re paint, etc, Not a cheap way to build a boat, but this was why owners, engineers, surveyors etc, love dealing with Brooms, practical well built boats.

aft deck , you can walk a full lap of the deck with ease,

chain gate to aft access steps on port side,

port side deck

aloft, amplified TV antenna, Alarm siren, Raydome, nav light hoop, horn on port side, The whole arch drops at the press of a button, taking her air draft down to 3.3m so allowing French Canal system

cockpit with double leaf table, lockers under,

port side seat with locker under

The factory altered the forward locker to ease stowage of a folded dinghy,

Fabulous Helm position, tall glass screens mean you are looking through glass not plastic..note the folding canopy is easy to open and fold back giving the boat a very different feel

Its easy enough that you actually bother! the electronic screens are covered by a hinge over door/cover,

The recent canopy has been modified so that a 6" slot remains open across the width, which is great in hot weather,

easy read angles on instruments and a good size Paper chart area,

Hot air outlet at your feet, and note the three seats are adjustable on tracks,

port side, you can see better the folding canopy frames, and red emergency stop on the electric arch , waterproof stereo speakers as well as VHF extension speaker at helm, cabin entry clear door slides right under dash

view in, Beautifully light

aft stb side of saloon, Domestic panel open to show, Nice leather upholstery

stb side, note big opening window

Loose coffee table has soft cover, note Chart drawer shown open

port side locker unit, and steps to port side deck door,

deep locker top opening left, then Tv cabinet etc,, Nice detail the treadmaster antislip on step treads is Routered in so it stays put!

under the cabin entry steps, is the fuel taps, and cross on Fuel feeds, as well as big manual bilge pump

Drinks locker

forward floor hatch access to seacocks, battery charger, and view of cacoon round 4KVA Fisher Panda generator.

General note, the carpets are Loose bound, with recent underlay under, the floor boars are all stamped with position, the framework is all slot together

so if required in 15 mins you can have both engies sat full exposed, even the settee area is all lift apart, fanatastic,

Lift out day hatches expose oil dips, water top ups etc,

 

Dinette set to port, The table slides athwartships on tracks on table base, beautiful order, I have removed the usual soft cover on this table.

all looks in superb order,

aft end of settee area, note "Oceanair Blinds" on forward screen and side windows,

Table is unmarked,

galley set to stb, Blue avonite, the boat was fitted with gas, three bottle stowage locker in cockpit, to usual Oven and Three burner hob, THIS owner prefered to have electric cooking

so has fitted an Induction hob and microwave under, HOWEVER he has saved all fittings and units so to retun it to original is straightforward,

note the teak and Holly floor upgrade here,

another view of galley, fridge under counter, with various controls over including generator panel, as this area is under screeen it is very light

Waste holding tank under floor,

view forward to cabin, BRIGHT day with forehatch open hence SUN.. drawers under berths with lift locks, extra lockers built under side decks, (factory)

easy access to chain locker, note the condition of the motor and deck fastenings,

port aft in forecabin, nice hanging locker and lockers, opening hacth over with fly screen, shaped bedding will remain if required

stb side, another hanging locker, and en-suite door to heads,

Elcetric heads, with "Y" valve on discharge, mirror lockers under deck

view in to same space from Dinette area, ( drop in carpet)

looking aft from saloon, to aft cabin,

big locker on left as you go aft, contains Washer drier, as well as hanging room,

and controls on alarm system, ( new owner would have to enroll) it is a clever 3/4G system using phone signal that allows remote activation of various systems as well as alarm and PIR sensors etc.

good size berth, insect and black out blinds on hatches

port side, Fabulous stowage, and beautiful woodwork,

looking over to stb side, again amzing stowage, and door left of shot to heads

separate shower cubicle set to port side,

view in to heads stb side, heated towel rail ( factory fitted)

these steps, lift to access aft end of engines,

allows you to access Log, shaft logs, deepest part of keel bilge, gear boxes etc,

 

 

Electronics Raymarine 7" RL 70 Colour Screens with one dedicated to radar other RC 530 GPS plotter, Raymarine ST7001+ Autopilot, ST 60 speed and depth, Recent (2016 )Icom VHF/DSC with extension speaker, set Pioneer Stereo radio / CD player with four speakers, Directional TV Antenna,
Extras POWERED ARCH, 4 KVA Generator, Bow thruster, High Gloss maple finish, Full waste tank system with deck AND underwater discharge, twin electric toilets, Leather Upholstery Upgrade, Teak to aft platform and steps, Induction hob and microwave oven, Two diesel fired central heating systems, (Webasto) Canister liferaft in aft cradle, side boarding gate/ladders from factory, cockpit locker adjustments, factory auxillary bracket fitted, Manoverbaord pack, heater outlet at helm, Rope /warp hooks to rails, UPGRADE to soft furnishings both upholstery and curtain, etc, extra standing lights and power points, Teak/Holly floor to galley,
History First owners Down In Poole and Lymington, Bought by Current second owners in 2007, and kept mostly at Thames, cruised coastaly and to Holland etc since then, Beautifully maintained .Easy full paperwork with part one registration, and Vat evidence.
Broker's Comments

What a wonderful example of these great cruising boats from Andrew Wolstenholm, Solid and quality Finish from Broom boats under Mr Broom, high gloss Maple ( an expensive extra does keep her looking bright and clean and "modern", I have deleivered many in some pretty challenging conditions , including beaucette Marina in a six NE with ebbtide.. bad idea.. but needs must, and she proved hersef a very able sea boat on all occassions with mile eating cruising abilty with easy cruise when clean of 20+ knots.. or slow up and lazy at 18 or so. Great boats, and this is a great example. DO wathc the VIDEOWALKS

exterior; https://youtu.be/98n9-RytGgc and Interior; https://youtu.be/38KT3gJRo94


Afloat Thames £ 189,000 SOLD

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