M/O Harleyford Marina, Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom
£ 199,950 Tax Paid (US$ 334,496)
After cruising the Med for 5 years this high specification Broom 42cl with twin 300hp Yanmar engines is in very good condition. She benefits from an electrically operated folding hydraulic arch, up to date navigation equipment, new windlass, 4kw generator, and air conditioning. At home at sea or on the river with Brooms legendary handling. Recently serviced and antiifouled. Viewings on sales mooring at Harleyford Marina. Please call to arrange a viewing.
For more information about this motor cruiser and to arrange a personal inspection, please contact Jason Brasier on the numbers below.
The 42cl offers a wide crusing potential. A good fast sea boat, it is also very suitable for crusing inland waterways, having been up the Thames to Oxford and in the Mediteranian Greece, Turkey and Croatia for 5 years. The hydraulic arch quickly and easily reduces bridge clearance while the side exit and wide stepless side decks make rope & fender handling safe and easy.
The small keel makes the boat stable at low speed while the power makes for easy sea crossing. Accommodation comprises of four berths in two cabins, each with their own toilet, wash basin & shower. In addition the dinette converts to a double bed. The galley, dinette and saloon are open-plan, feeling remarkably roomy with plenty of natural light.
First supplied by Boat Showrooms to previous owner in 2001 this pedigree boat is well known to us and has been maintained to a high standard recently undergoing a full engine and generator service.
Peach carpets with cream leatherette seating set against mahogany woodwork and brass fittings all in good condition.
Forward cabin : Comprises a V-berth arrangement with hatch located centrally. Additional side lockers both port and starboard sides. Dressing table with hanging locker on port side, two additional floor hatches for space, 240v socket. Air conditioning control for the cabin temperature.
Fwd heads : Include manual toilet to holding tank with Y-valve to sea. Finished in blue with shower and ample locker space behind mirrors. Accessed from fwd cabin or dinette.
Dinette : Will comfortably seat 6 adults and folds down to make a double berth with locker space behind, a light and airy space.
Galley : 3 ring stainless steel hob, separate oven and grill, stainless steel sinks with Avonite work surfaces and covers. Whirlpool microwave, over hob locker, refrigerator, generator switch panel, immersion heater switch, water gauge and electric extractor fan.
Main saloon : Comprises U-shaped seating on the starboard side, port side with lockers, forward side double with television locker and booster, 240v sockets and 12v sockets. Includes a large mid locker and rear drinks locker, sliding side door. There is ample lighting in this area, clock and barometer, 12v mobile phone socket, Oceanair blinds on the internal forward screens, access to engines through three floor hatches including generator. There is also access through the steps going down to the rear cabin.
Rear cabin : The lobby has a hanging locker and shelving. This is a large cabin in full width and headroom, storage space beneath the beds, dressing table on port side and lockers around the full width of the cabin. Air conditioning control for the cabin temperature.
Aft Heads : Accessed from the aft cabin finished in blue to starboard, quiet flush electric toilet to holding tank or Y-valve to sea with ample space for storage behind mirrors.
Aft Shower : Accessed from the aft cabin on the port side separate cubicle there is a full size mirror on the shower door, Mira shower.
Cockpit : Three individual seats at the helm set to starboard with full engine controls and navigation aids. A large U-shaped seating area aft to starboard around a removable folding teak table with a seat for two adjacent. Access through the cockpit combing to side decks and fore decks.
Raymarine C120 chartplotter/radar with 18" enclosed radome
Status TV antenna and 12v booster
VHF Radio Icom IC-M601
Autopilot Raymarine ST6001+
Seastar hydraulic steering
ZF hurth gearboxes with R&D flexible couplings
MT3 Morse controls
VDO rudder indicator
2 x windscreen wipers with freshwater washers
2 x 12v batteries and 4 x 6v batteries
3 x electric bilge pumps
Manual bilge pump
Manual holding tank pump to sea
New Quick anchor Winch with helm and deck foot switches
Delta anchor and 70m chain
Fischer Panda 4kw generator
Holding tank with deck pump out and rinse fittings
Fwd heads manual Jabsco sea toilet to sea or holding tank
Aft heads quiet flush Jabsco electric toilet to sea or holding tank
2 x Mira showers
Shore power 240v ring main
Air conditioning - 2 x Marincold MC70 HC reverse cycle 7000Btu/h (fitted Apr 2009)
Heating - 2 x Webasto Airtop 3500 diesel fired heaters
Tubular 240v heaters on frost thermostats in engine room
Pressurised water system
2 x Camping Gaz 907 gas bottles and regulator
Avon tencer approx 2.8mt inflatable floor
Yamaha Outboard 5hp two stroke
Folding teak cockpit table
Electric Simpson cantilever centre lift davits
3 x Fire Extinguishers
Pioneer DEH-P4100R CD/Radio
2 x cockpit speakers in arch
2 x speakers in saloon
4 x life jackets
Fenders & warps
Stainless steel fender baskets
Stainless steel rope holders
Stainless steel flagpole
Gas oven and grill Vanette GG7000
Eno 3 burner hob
Fridge Waeco 12v 110lt
12v electric ECS ventilator in galley
Microwave Whirlpool UKM111 900w
Teak on bathing platform & steps
Treadmaster non slip around full side decks
Engines and Generator fully serviced October 2011 no hours since
New port gearbox May 2012
Antifouled December April 2013
Sternglands re-packed May 2013
Componded and wax polished May 2013
Lifted ashore October 2011
Last ashore 01 November 2009 to 30 April 2010 Greece
Ashore every winter since 2006
5 new batteries May 2013
BSS expires May 2017
2006 survey available on file
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.