M/O Harleyford Marina, Marlow, Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom
£ 104,950 Tax Paid (US$ 174,395)
An imaculatley presented example of the John Bennett designed fast offshore cruiser with a low air and water draft enabling her to be used equally well for inland cruising. A striking helm/command position with seating for all crew is protected by the full sized rear canopy. She has been maintained to the highest standard by the current owner for the last 15 years and has low hours of only c.770. We recommend early viewing of this late production 12 Metre. Boats of this quality are not seen on the market often.
Accompanied viewings only by appointment ashore at Harleyford
For more information about this motor cruiser and to arrange a personal inspection, please contact Jason Brasier on the numbers below.
Forward Cabin with V berth arrangement. Dressing tables, wardrobes and stowage lockers give plenty of storage space. Hatch to deck.
Galley to port side is white in colour and practically laid out with amenities including 4 rings for hob, microwave, oven/grill, large refrigerator. Hot and cold water to sink via calorifier. An abundance of locker and storage space is available.
Forward heads compartment spacious with electric toilet and shower, moulded fibreglass unit housing sink and taps, mirror and shaver socket.
Saloon. The large deck saloon is the central feature of the Broom 12 metre it is spacious due to the wide beam of 13'6" and has a luxurious feel with mahogany wood and quality fabrics. Entered by a spiral staircase on the starboard side there is a sideboard with louvered doors enclosing drinks bar, television locker and additional storage space. Opposite to port is a large seating area suitable for 6-8 in a C shape (which can convert to a single berth) with a breakfast bar forward on the port side.
Aft cabin owners suite down spiral staircase from the saloon with oval island double bed, dressing table with opening doors, en-suite heads with vacuum toilet and seperate shower room. Plenty of locker and storage space.
Cockpit with a striking central command position seating for two with excellent all round visibility. The cockpit seats all the crew comfortably in an L shape to port and a drop down seat to starboard all under canvas. Stainless steel folding arch. Full engine controls and instrumentation at the helm. Rear access to walk around the generous side decks to the fore decks. Transom stainless steel ladder to bathing platform.
Moulded by Aqua Fibre of Wroxham a very strong white fibreglass hull built to a Lloyd' approved specification. A one piece GRP moulded white superstructure is bolted and bonded to the hull under Lloyds specification. One of the last 12 metre hulls made.
Twin Volvo Penta 6 cylinder 306hp turbo charged TAMD61A marine engines. Cruising speed 17-20knots with a maximum top speed of approximately 22 knots. Only circa 770hrs from new, serviced fanatically by owner for the last 13yrs.
240v shore power / ring main
Gas 240v/24v fridge
Cetrek battery charger
Electric windlass self parking controlled at helm or at windlass
Seatrek 727 auto pilot with repeater and rudder position
Depth finder with alarm
Speed & distance log
Hydraulic trim tabs
80 kg bow thruster
Fire extinguishers & blanket
4 KV Zeise generator
Teak deck to cockpit
Tread mark to decks
Avon Dinghy & road trailer
Honda 4 stroke 2hp outboard
Stainless steel davits
VHF radio 2 position Shipmate 8000
Twin stainless horns
Full all weather hood with opening sections
White sun hood
Winter storage cover with frame
Warps & fenders
Calorifier with immersion heater
Pressurised water system
2 holding tanks with deck pump out fittings
Eberspacher diesel fired central heating
Clock & barometer
Aft vacuum toilet
Forward electric toilet
Toilet Y valves for direct to sea discharge
2 ring gas hob
2 ring electric hob
Gas oven & grill
Anchor & chain
Boat Safety Certificate expires December 2014
Engines owner serviced 2010
Present owner has only added circa 100hrs in 13yrs
Last antifouled April 2010
Lifted ashore every second year for winter
Mooring available at Harleyford by seperate negotiation with the Marina
The company normally only acts as a broker for the Vendor who, unless otherwise stated, is not selling in the course of a business. Whilst every care has been taken in the preparation of these particulars, the correctness is not guaranteed and they are intended as a guide only and do not constitute as a part of any contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check these particulars and where appropriate, and at his own expense, to employ a qualified Marine Surveyor to carry out a survey.