Broom 39 | 2006

209,950 Tax Paid | Lymington, Hampshire, UK United Kingdom

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Summary

  • Make Broom
  • Model 39
  • Year 2006
  • LOA 39ft/12m
  • Class Semi-Displacement
  • Hull Glass Reinforced Plastic
  • Engine Twin Diesel
  • Drive Shaft Drives
  • Layout Flybridge
  • Berths 6
  • Cabins 2
  • Aft Cabins 1
  • Ancasta Ref 40668
  • Name Highpockets

Overview

Broom 39 built in 2006 well presented example of these classic motorboats built by Broom in Norfolk as a successor to the Ocean 38. Designed with both inland and coastal cruising very much in mind 'Highpockets' fits very nicely into the latter category with twin Volvo Penta 310HP inboard diesels with sensible hours. Laid out with an aft Master-cabin with en-suite separate heads and shower room and a twin V forward guest cabin and day head divided by a large saloon, galley and dinette. Her current owners have made sure she is kept in beautiful order with many new additions and a comprehensive inventory including generator, washing machine and separate dryer, automatic trim tabs, heating to interior and cockpit, electric folding arch, Raymarine electonics including autopilot and radar and much more. Viewing comes highly recommended.

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Build

BROOM 39
Built in 2006 by C J Broom & Sons in Norfolk, England, designed by Andrew Wolstenholme

CONSTRUCTION
White GRP hull, deck and superstructure
Flexiteak to decks, bathing platform and steps
Teak laid to cockpit
Electric folding radar arch
Bathing platform with built-in steps to cockpit

DIMENSIONS
LOA 12.04m (39'6")
LWL 10.50m (34'6")
Beam 3.96m (12'11")
Draft 0.94m (3'1")
Air Draft 3.26m (10'8")
Light Displacement 10,180kg (22443lbs)

Antifoul, hull polish and anodes (April 2024)

(All figures are approximate)

2012
Raymarine C120 chart plotter, Autopilot, Radar and MNEA integrated engine data monitoring system in order that fuel consumption can be monitored at all times and engine management can be seen on the chart plotter
NVH TracVision with colour TV and sound bar
Real teak flooring to cockpit
Liferaft

2013
Flexiteak to decks, steps and bathing platform
Washing machine and tumble dryer

2014
Heated towel rails to both heads

2015
Fully automatic Bennett Trim Tabs which automatically trim the boat to optimum comfort and fuel efficiency whatever the wind and sea conditions
New canvas covers; There are two complete sets of roof canvas for the boat
Cockpit upholstery replaced

2016
Interior curtains replaced by Breeze Blinds throughout with ambient pelmet lighting
Replaced carpet in galley with Flexiteak

2017
Double 240v outlet sockets to either side of bed in Master Cabin with splash proof 240v outlet in cockpit

2018
Cutlass bearings replaced
Ebersbacher cockpit heating installed

2021
Seawater heads replaced with fresh water heads
Replaced Master Cabin shower sump with Whale Gulper fully automatic shower pump

2022
New C-Map cartography cartridge for chart plotter

2024
Holding tank fitted with optional electric disharge to sea

Accommodation

SLEEPS SIX IN TWO CABINS AND DINETTE CONVERSION
Cherry interior woodwork and white leather upholstery
Webasto heating to cabins and saloon
Eberspacher heating to cockpit
Holding tank pump out

SALOON
Large U-shaped settee on the starboard side with coffee table
Sideboard to port with cupboards including television storage and bottle cabinet
Large windows with aluminium venetian blinds
Portside sliding door access to side deck

GALLEY AND DINETTE
U-Shaped worktop with one and half sinks and mixer tap
Smev Oven and grill
Smev 3 burner gas hob
Dometic extractor fan
Sharp microwave
CoolMatic 12V 110 litre refrigerator with freezer compartment
Dinette to port, U-Shaped seating with infill for double berth conversion around large table with a singe drop leaf

MASTER CABIN
Large central double island bed
Twin dressing tables, wardrobes, drawers and lockers for storage
Two large windows in the transom provides plenty of light
En-suite heads to port with freshwater Jabsco electric toilet, wash basin with mixer tap, electric towel rail and separate shower compartment to starboard

FORWARD GUEST CABIN
Twin 'V' berths with upholstered headboards and hull linings
Wardrobe, drawers and shelves

DAY HEADS
Electric fresh water Jabsco toilet, wash basin with mixer tap, shower and electric towel rail

COCKPIT
Large seating area aft around table fold out leaves
Dedicated helm seat and additional double co-pilot seat with reversible back rest
Helm position with engine controls, navigation equipment and chart display
Built in life ring holder to port

(All dates are approximate)

Machinery

VOLVO PENTA D6 310HP INBOARD DIESEL ENGINES
Engine service April 2024
Engine hours (960 hrs approx)
Shaft drives with propellers
Bennett fully automatic trim tabs
Bow thruster
NMEA integrated engine monitoring system
Antifoul and anodes April 2024

ELECTRICS
Domestic and engine batteries
Fischer Panda 4.5kW generator (140 hrs approx)
Generator service April 2024
240V shore power connection
Mastervolt Charger control

TANKAGE
Fuel 900 litres
Freshwater 468 litres
Holding 154 litres
Holding tank pump out

WATER SYSTEM
Hot and cold pressurised water system

(All figures are approximate)

Inventory

NAVIGATION AIDS
Raymarine C120 12" Chartplotter at helm
Raymarine RAY240E VHF radio
Raymarine ST6002 Autopilot
Raymarine ST40 instruments for speed and depth
Standard Horizon GPS Chart CO180i Chartplotter at helm
Raymarine radar

GROUND TACKLE
10kg Delta anchor and 55m chain/nylon rope
Simpson-Lawrence Sprint 1000 electric windlass

GENERAL EQUIPMENT
Covers for helm position controls, steering wheel and companionway door
Built in fender holders to port and starboard bows
Sony CDX-R450 Stereo radio with CD changer and speakers in saloon and cockpit
Alba TV in saloon
Tracvision satellite TV system
Manhattan Freesat decoder with hard drive
Amazon firestick with 4G WiFi hub
Candy 3kg front loading washing machine
Cookology Front loading tumble dryer

Broker Comments

The Broom 39 was the successor to the Ocean 38 and has proved to be as popular and capable. Retaining the principle characteristics of being equally at home on the sea or inland waterways, the raised cockpit is a real plus in rough weather and offers great visibility. The build quality is solid and well finished. A wonderful option for a couple or family who want the best of coastal cruising with a boat that can be handled easily on inland waterways or at sea.

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Purchase Information

Ancasta are acting as brokers for the vendor who is not selling in the course of business unless otherwise stated. These details are prepared from information provided by the vendor and are intended only as a guide to give a fair description of the vessel but their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not constitute part of any contract.

A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check the particulars and to have the vessel fully surveyed by a qualified marine surveyor. Details are supplied on the understanding that all negotiations shall be through Ancasta brokerages. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change or withdrawal without notice. Please Note: where the vessel’s status shows as “Preliminary”, details of the vessel have not yet been confirmed by the Vendor.

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