The Broom 37 Continental remains a popular model for both inland and offshore cruising, they have a good reputation for being a strong, safe and comfortable sea going vessel. This model offers excellent and spacious accommodation. Just been antifouled and has new rudders, cooker, fridge, batteries, chartplotter, TV and diesel cabin heating fitted in 2015. Owner is open to any reasonable offer for a quick sale.
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The Broom 37 Continental offers 7 berths in three cabins. The spacious forward cabin with “V” berth, which converts to a double, with ample storage lockers and, full length deep wardrobes with storage locker. Anchor chain locker access. The washroom on the port side offers sink and shelf unit with hot & cold taps, a Jabsco marine toilet, refurbished 2015, storage cabinet below sink, easy clean surfaces.
Saloon, lower helm position with full instrumentation. Large seating area converting into a double berth, teak dining table with folding leaves, access to port and starboard decks via side doors. New Eberspacher diesel cabin heating fitted in 2015
Aft Cabin, has a double berth and a single berth with padded side linings, each with shelf and side locker, overhead reading lights, dressing table, large shelf, overhead light, four drawers with double fronted wardrobe. En-suite comprises of a sink unit with hot and cold water, with locker below, Jabsco marine toilet (new 2015) , shower, mirror, shaver socket, wooden shower grate with easy clean surfaces.
Galley comprises of a stainless steel sink and drainer with hot and cold water with storage below, equipped 4 burner ring gas cooker, (new 2015) with microwave, 12V & gas Fridge unit new 2015, open crockery storage shelving unit, cutlery drawer. The water is heated via an Immersion fed from a 100 gallon tank.
The Broom 37 Continental is powered by twin Perkins HT6.354 145hp turbo diesel engines, freshwater cooled, shaft drive to two bronze 3 bladed propellers, with an impressive 900 litre fuel tank. Giving a cruising speed of approximately 10knots and a maximum speed of 12 knots. Hydraulic steering system. Engine hours Port 3155, Starboard 4054 as at 19th April 2016. New rudders fitted in Spring 2015
7 x 12 volt batteries ( 2 new in 2015) feeding a 24 volt system charging from the engine alternator and battery charger. 240 volt ring main installed with immersion heater and 2 inverters.
Broom was founded in 1898 by Charles J Broom at first building individual sailing vessels for the local gentry to sail on the wide open spaces of the Norfolk Broads. Over the course of the next 100 years Broom have gone from strength-to-strength, offering innovation and quality hand craftsmanship. Last antifouled Spring 2015. Valid British Inland Waterways Certificate new 2015.
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