A well cared for example of the Broom 29. Full title documentation from new. Fitted with Volvo 50hp Diesel, Bow thruster, Heating, Holding tank and full Teak decks including Cockpit.
In very tidy order and sold with new antifouling full structual survey with advisories complete, New rubbing band insert, fully waked and polished.
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The Broom 29cl is the result of research showing that many Broom owners begin their boating on inland waterways, progressing to sea in easy stages. With this design criteria foremost, Broom set about building a range specially designed for the transition from river to coast. The 29cl is a medium-powered displacement cruiser ideally suited to the inland waterways of Europe but with the capability to go estuary cruising. The large keel and rudder provide excellent handling qualities. Designed by Andrew Wolstenholme, the 29 has a large open cockpit with wrap-around seating, fold-down windscreens, an easy-to-operate hood in two sections, and a hinged mast. The air draught of the 29 is only 6 feet, 6 inches (1.98 meters) when everything is down, thus allowing the boat to pass under the lowest bridges.
The Broom 29 features safe side decks encompassing the entire boat which on this model are covered in solid teak all of which has been teak treated in 2016. The decks are surrounded by sturdy stainless steel railings which form into the pulpit and give excellent safety to the exterior. A moulded full width bathing platform aft again with teak covering gives easy access to the shore and to the decks and features a door to the cockpit. The cockpit being covered by a two section canopy attached to a folding GRP mast and forward of this featuring a 5 section windscreen which folds allowing for navigation beneath the lowest of bridges. The forward deck can be used for seating and the cabin roof is fitted with an escape hatch and fixed ventilators. A height marker is fitted to the pulpit and a Lofrans manual anchor which is sited on the forward deck. The Cockpit features moulded seating for 5 with comfort and a further helm and co-pilot seat are fitted forward. Beneath all seating are storage lockers and the gas locker with a large lazarette locker aft below the cockpit floor. Engine access is by a hatch at the forward of the cockpit. The entire cockpit is well protected from the elements by the coamings and offers excellent lounging area for this warm days afloat. A large sliding door leads to the cabin.
INTERIOR FROM THE BOW
The main cabin of the 29 features an Island double berth sited across the cabin with the headboard to port. Adjacent to the bed aft to port is a large vanity unit with storage, a mirror drawer and cupboards with plenty of top surface. To starboard a ¾ height wardrobe and below the berth are two drawers. Further long term storage is below the berth cushion. The berth is surrounded by a large shelf, bedside lights are fitted to both sides of the berth and the cabin benefits from excellent natural light from the three windows and overhead hatch. For a craft of only 29’ this cabin is larger than found on many a 40’ vessel.
Located to the port side on the same floor level as the galley and saloon, the toilet room is fitted out in a moulded design to ensure easily cleaned. Fitted with a washbasin, toilet to waste tank, window, mirror, shave aid power unit and storage place for the main saloon table.
Located amidships, to port, with the sink, oven, hob, fridge and worktop with 5 storage cupboards of a L shape design making maximum use of the space and not taking over the saloon area.
The central saloon on the 29 features a L shaped sofa to starboard with storage and shelving aft. The sofa converts to a double berth of good proportions and a hexagonal coffee table or a full sized dining table are included seating for 4 with ease for dining
Located below the cockpit floor with an easy gas assisted hatch through the floor to daily all items. Batteries, calorifier and seacocks. Are all adjacent to the engine, the engine is surrounded by easily removable additional sound proof panels to ensure silent running The floor hatch are all fully sound insulated to ensure smoothness in the cockpit` at all speeds.
Aft Deck/Helm Canvas Canopy Enclosure
Overall winter cover
Teak Deck to aft cockpit
Teak side decks
Teak Forward deck
Teak bathing platform
GRP folding Radar Arch
Full stainless steel guard rails
Six deck cleats
Stainless steel removable davits
Stainless steel anchor carrier
Manual anchor winch
Deck hatch forward and aft.
GRP moulded bathing platform
Twin helm seats
Two 4.5 KG calor gas bottles
ENGINEERING and ELECTRONICS (no electronic items have been tested)
Alarm with two bippers
Speedlog – Bidata
VDO Rudder indicator
Full navigation lights
Volvo engine instrumentation with Rev Counter, oil pressure, water temp and voltmeter
Water tank gauge in galley
Morse side mount controls
Automatic bilge pump
Manual bilge pump
Two screen wipers
Whitlock hydraulic steering
Engine room frost heaters
Electric remote Searchlight
Calorifier water tank heated by engine
Immersion heater 240 v
Stainless steel waste tank to deck discharge
Hull discharge via changeover valve
Eberspacher warm air heating
Ring main and shoreline
240 v sockets to each cabin
Two Reading lights
1 overhead light
Two fixed ventilators
12 volt socket
Access to Anchor locker
Additional forward facing window
TOILET / SHOWER ROOM
Manual flush toilet to waste tank
Toilet tank diverter valve
Moulded sink and counter top with stowage
Moulded floor tray
Saloon table storage position
Plastimo Neptune 2000 2 Ring Gas Hob w/Fiddle Rail combined with grill and oven
Electrolux 12v Refrigerator
Crockery Storage shelf Under Deck side
Rectangular Stainless Steel Sink
Stainless steel drainer
Two lockers below work tops
Two cupboard over sink
Clock, Hydrometer & Barometer
TV Aerial outlet
12 volt socket
Sony Tuner / CD player with Speakers to saloon and cockpit
Battery monitor metre
2 Scatter cushions
Cave storage locker beneath sofa
2 1kg Fire extinguishers
Battery master switches
UPHOLSTRY & FURNISHINGS
Blue carpets throughout
Blue patterned Upholstery throughout
Light oak simulated finished bulkheads with soild oak trim
Aluminium trim to cabin doors
Whilst every care has been taken in there preparation, the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. The particulars are intended only as a guide and they do not constitute a term of any contract. A perspective buyer is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate to have the vessel fully surveyed and inspected, sea trialled and opened up.