The Broom 37 Crown is a spacious, comfortable, aft cabin motor cruiser from the well respected Broom Boats yard in Brundall, Norfolk. They have good sea-keeping qualities, but are equally at home for easy cruising on inland rivers. This example has had in excess of £30,000 spent in 2009/10 and is therefore presented in very good order.
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 37 ft 0 in
Beam: 12 ft 4 in
Maximum Draft: 3 ft 3 in
Engine Brand: Perkins
Engine(s) Total Power: 370 HP
Engine Model: HT 6354
Engine Type: Inboard
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Propeller: 3 blade propeller
Cruising Speed: 10 knots
Maximum Speed: 16 knots
Year Built: 1979
Fresh Water Tanks: 1 (100)
Fuel Tanks: 2 (88)
The accommodation offers up to six berths in three cabins. Forward cabin with V berths, with stowage above and below. Opening hatch to foredeck. Hanging locker. Galley aft to port, with sink with h & c water supply. Plastimo Neptune 3000 three burner cooker, with oven and grill. Waeco Coolmatic refrigerator. Generous storage cupboards. Heads compartment opposite to starboard, with electric sea toilet. Vanity unit with h & c water supply. Storage. Shower. Steps up to main saloon with helm position to starboard, with full engine instrumentation and controls. Settee aft to starboard converting to a double berth. Stowage under. Storage unit opposite to port, with flatscreen tv. Sliding doors to deck, port and starboard. Steps down to aft stateroom with large central double bed. Vanity units and hanging lockers port and starboard. Door to separate shower stall to port. Heads compartment opposite to starboard, with Jabsco sea toilet. Vanity unit with h & c water supply. Storage. Access door from aft stateroom to engine compartment. Opening hatch to aft deck. Steps up from main saloon to aft deck, with second helm position and seating with stowage under. Full interior lighting. Carpets and curtains.
Located under the saloon floor. Twin Perkins HT6354 185 hp diesel engines. Electric start. Flex mounts. Freshwater cooled via heat exchangers. Shaft drive to fixed three bladed propellers. Single lever controls to saloon and aft deck. Full engine instrumentation. Trim tabs. Bow thruster. Cruising speed 10 knots. Maximum speed 16 knots. Diesel fired warm air heating. Calorifier.
Alternator charging to 24 volt batteries
240 volt shorepower with charger
12 volt and 240 volt switch panels
Quick electric anchor windlass (2010) with new Delta anchor with chain.
Stainless steel pulpit / side rails.
Stainless steel aft deck rails
Stainless steel cabin grabrails
Stainless steel boarding ladder
Stainless steel fender baskets
Aft deck canopy
Stainless steel davits
Various warps & fenders
Outboard bracket on stern rail
Second bow roller
Sestrel steering compass Aft deck
Galaxy steering compass inside helm
Raymarine C120 radar/GPS/plotter
Glomex TV aerial
Shipmate RS 8300VHF radio with aerial
Raymarine ST 60 Tri Data Log/speed/depth with aft deck repeater
Windscreen wipers x 2 aft deck
Windscreen wipers x 3 saloon
Technika flat screen TV
Clock, barometer & thermometer
Full navigation lights
Bilge pumps x 3
Fire extinguishers x 4 (expiry dates unknown)
Lifebuoy with floating light
Built in 1979 by Broom & Sons Ltd Brundall, to a design by John Bennett. Off white semi-displacement GRP hull. Off-white GRP superstructure with moulded-in non slip to decks and aft deck. Aft deck with second helm position and seating. Stainless steel radar arch. Stainless steel / teak bathing platform with ladder.
The Broom 37 Crown is a spacious, comfortable, aft cabin motor cruiser from the well respected Broom Boats yard in Brundall, Norfolk. They have good sea-keeping qualities, but are equally at home for easy cruising on inland rivers. This example has had in excess of £30,000 spent in 2009/10 and is therefore presented in very good order. Viewing by appointment through Howard Ford Marine Sales.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.