M/O Harleyford Marina, Marlow, Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom
£ 119,500 Tax Paid (US$ 195,287)
An extremely well specified single engine Broom 35CL including a generator, low engine hours, bow thruster, TekDek decking, forward shower, and new canopy. Two owners from new sold by Harleyford originally. A versatile craft well at home cruising the inland waterways or for making coastal passages. Built to the usual Broom high standards this craft offers family or short handed cruising in comfort and style.
*** REDUCED BY £5,450 SEPTEMBER 2013 ***
For more information about this motor cruiser and to arrange a personal inspection, please contact Jason Brasier on the numbers below.
Manual bilge pump
Electric bilge pump
Shore power inlet
Total Power: 1 x 135HP Speed: 9 knots
Deck Design - The aft deck is practical, safe and well planned. It is easily accessed from the full width bathing platform via a set of steps that are fully moulded Hull Design and Construction Designed by Andrew Wolstenholme to give excellent handling qualities,the 35 is produced for cruising offshore or on inland waterways. The mouldings are manufactured by Aquafibre, ensuring excellent quality and durability with isopthalic gel coat and resins, backed with powder bound glass matting to reduce the risk of osmosis.
Aft Master Cabin - The aft cabin is a Broom speciality, and the 35 is no exception. There is a large double berth, spacious wardrobes, ample drawer space, and full headroom. There is plenty of light from opening windows and an escape hatch to meet European safety standards.
En-Suite - Toilet Complete with quiet flush electric sea toilet, moulded washbasin and vanity unit with cupboard and mirror, 240 volt shaver point, towel ring, toothbrush/glass holder and toilet paper holder. There is an opening window and fixed ventilation. The shower is separate within the compartment with hot and cold water, shower curtain and sump drainage.
Flybridge - Integrated into the transom moulding there is ample seating on the aft deck with the helm position located to starboard. Storage is provided on deck by means of lockers under the aft deck seating. The overall design provides wide side decks with well located grab rails and substantial guardrails, which make for safe and secure work on deck. The deck edge fender is finished in stainless steel with rubber insert.
Console and Instrument Panel - A simple two-tier gauge console makes for ease of monitoring engine and systems status. There is a chart table and clear cover to port of the helm position. The helm and navigator seats are well protected from the elements by a large curved windscreen.
Forward Cabin - with V berths and plenty of cupboard storage space. Heads to port side with manual sea toilet, sink, shower and shaver point.
Galley - The galley is an essential component of any serious cruising craft, and Broom has created a stylish and ergonomic space with Avonite worksurfaces. Standard galley equipment includes a large sink, three-burner hob, oven, electric refrigerator, hot water provided by a calorifier or immersion heater powered from the shore power or the 3.5kw inboard diesel fired generator. There is an abundance of cupboard and locker space.
Deck Saloon - The capacious deck saloon is accessed by either steps' from the aft deck or through the port side sliding door. There is a large 'U' shaped settee to starboard, designed to provide very comfortable seating and an occasional extra berth. A 12V mobile pho e socket is situated on the aft bulkhead. Opposite the settee is an attractive sideboard with cabinets and provision for a T.V. The saloon has all round, toughened tinted glass windows in aluminium frames, which provides plenty of light and makes for a comfortable living area.
Instrumentation - Full instrumentation with auto alarm system, water, temperature and oil pressure gauges, engine hour meter, compass, speed and distance recorder, depth sounder and bow thruster control. Morse control for gear-change and speed control.
Engine and Batteries - A 12 volt system. Both engine and domestic batteries are charged through diode splitters. A 240 volt ring main is installed for connection to shore supply in addition to a diesel fired 3.5kw generator, which is ideal for nomadic freedom with extended cruising away from shore power. All 240 volt and 12 volt circuits are protected by circuit breakers.
This boat was purchased at the London Boatshow January 2000 and launched at Harleyford in May 2000 and has since been moored at Shepperton Marina and used only on the Thames for the last 12yrs.
She has been well maintained with low engine hours c.450
She has white topsides with white superstructure in GRP. Blue Alcantara suede settee with royal marine carpets.
MBM May 2000 test report available testing the twin engine version.
Windlass & chain
Hinged radar arch assisted by gas rams
Fender holders aft
Two windscreen wipers
7" bow thruster
Speed log and depth sounder
Engine hour meter
Handheld fire extinguishers
Two bilge pumps
Mastervolt 3.5Kw diesel generator 203hrs
Waeco battery charger
240V Shoreline with ring main
Calorifier & immersion heater
Shower in aft & fwd head
Electric quiet flush Jabsco sea toilet aft (New Feb 2012)
Manual sea toilet forward
12V Fridge Waeco 110 litre (New Feb 2012)
Three burner hob & oven
Pressurised freshwater system
Holding tank with deck & underwater discharge
Hot air diesel fired Eberspacher heating D3Lc
Fenders & warps
2013 EA Licence
Last engine and generator service March 2012
Last antifouled Mar 2012
Compounded & polished hull & superstructure February 2012
Anodes replaced February 2012
Full Tek-Dek decking laid 2012
New canopy 2012
Cutlass bearing replaced February 2012
New fridge, fwd shower, aft electric toilet and TekDek 2012
Injectors replaced July 2007
New domestic and generator batteries Aug 2011
BSC expired 20 May 2013 - One will be supplied with sale
MBM May 2000 test report available
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.