Burnham-on-Crouch Essex UK|
ALL VIEWINGS ARE CURRENTLY STRICTLY BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
The Broom 33 is a well-proven stylish, practical, and spacious cruiser from the highly regarded Broom yard. Ideal for long term cruising they are well suited to coastal trips or exploring rivers and estuaries thanks to a clever planing hull design with a keel to improve handling at slower speeds. 'Fat Duck' benefits from the larger Volvo Penta TAMD41A 200hp engines and additional internal helm, making her a truly capable sea cruiser, even on colder days! Her inventory includes a bow thruster, diesel heating, folding arch, electric windlass, chart plotter, radar, and more. Internally she is presented in extremely good condition, the owner has arranged for the hull and superstructure to have a complete compound polish and wax, ready for her next owners. A great opportunity to buy a rare smaller Broom with all of the important extras.
Viewing by appointment only via our Essex office +44(0)1621 785600
|Vessel name:||Fat Duck|
|No. of engines:||2|
|Engine model:||Volvo Penta|
|Cruising Speed:||16 knots|
|Maximum Speed:||22 knots|
|Length over all:||34' 3"|
|Maximum draft:||3' 3"|
|Hull material:||Glass Fibre|
|Hull type:||Deep Vee|
|Fuel capacity:||720 Litres|
|Water capacity:||364 Litres|
The Broom 33 offers comfortable sleeping accommodation for up to five in two cabins plus the saloon, with generous headroom throughout.
AFT CABIN: Superbly designed and ideal for long term cruising, the aft cabin is fitted with a large offset island double berth, vanity unit and mirror, and excellent storage in two wardrobes, various lockers and shelves. There is access to the en suite to starboard whilst good light and ventilation.
EN SUITE: The lined en suite compartment is to starboard and fitted with an Marine Jabsco toilet, wash basin, separate shower area, mirror, cupboard and opening window.
SALOON: Featuring a large seating area to starboard (currently can be used as an occasional berth or a double berth conversion could be created) with storage and dining table, with plenty of storage cupboards and seat to port with the helm seat forward. Excellent natural light and ventilation from the large windows. Access via stairs to the aft deck and steps down to the aft cabin and forward to the galley, day heads and forecabin.
GALLEY: U-shaped galley to starboard fitted with Corian work surfaces and equipped with a three burner gas hob with separate oven and grill beneath, microwave oven, front loading 12v fridge, double stainless steel sink, ample storage and opening portlight.
FORECABIN: Fitted with twin V berth with infill to make a large double, mirror, hanging locker to port, beneath berth storage, bulkhead overhead storage locker, opening hatch to foredeck and two portlights.
HEADS: Separate compartment to port with Jabsco marine toilet, wash basin, mirror and cupboard.
GENERAL EQUIPMENT: Light Cream upholstery (new 2011) with complimenting blue carpets and curtains throughout. Hot and cold pressurised water system throughout via a calorifier with immersion coil. Eberspacher diesel fired heating system to all cabins and the cockpit.
EXTERIOR: Helm & navigators position forward to starboard, well laid out with excellent all-round visibility and controls immediately at hand. Large cockpit area with two forward-facing seats which can swivel to face aft. Ample cockpit stowage in various lockers. Walk-through access to stern with ladder down to the integrated bathing platform. Folding radar arch (minimum air draught 9ft 6in / 2.90m)
Broom 33 built in 1991 by Broom to a design by Andrew Wolstenholme. White GRP hull, superstructure and decks with moulded non-slip surfaces. Hydraulic wheel steering to twin spade rudders.
Bruce anchor with 15m of chain plus 15 warp
Lewmar pro-1000 electric anchor windlass with controls at deck
Stainless steel guardrails with side and aft gates
Stainless steel grabrails and fender baskets
Full cockpit canopy in navy blue (requires replacement)
Stainless steel davits with integrated winches
Transom mounted outboard storage bracket
Bathing platform and stern access ladder
Various fenders and warps
2 x Plastimo Offshore 105 steering compass
Icom M411 fixed VHF radio with DSC
Raymarine ST60 echo sounder and speed/log
Raymarine E7 colour GPS chartplotter (new 2014)
Raymarine radar system (new 2014)
Garmin 120 GPS
Nasa Clipper depth sounder
Seafarer depth sounder (at lower helm)
Clock & barometer
Located under the saloon sole, twin Volvo Penta TAMD 41A six-cylinder 200hp turbocharged diesel engines. Freshwater cooled via heat exchangers. Morse type single lever controls with electric start at each helm. Hydraulic wheel steering at each helm. Shaft drive to 3-bladed propellers. Twin stainless steel 360 litre fuel tanks. Full engine instrumentation. Engine bay electric heaters with thermostat for winter protection. Adjustable trim tabs with indicator gauge. Vetus bow thruster.
The engines appear to be in very good cosmetic condition and the engine hours are believed to be low, however there are no hourmeters fitted as the original revcounters failed (a common issue) and have been new Faria gauges fitted.
4 x 12v Domestic batteries and 2 x 12v engine batteries (all new 2016), all charged via engine alternators. Shorepower system with ring mains, immersion coil for water heating and Sterling pro charge Ultra 40 amp smart multi-stage battery charger. Inverter for providing mains power whilst away from shorepower. cabin lighting. Electrical distribution panel with circuit breakers.
Automatic fire extinguisher in engine bay
Horseshoe buoy with floating light
2 x Electric bilge pumps with manual and automatic switching
2 x Manual bilge pump
The company normally acts as brokers 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 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 and/or to have an engine trial conducted which if conducted by us shall not imply any liability on our part.
General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferaft, fire extinguishers and flares etc., are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on board as part of the sale of a used vessel, may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owner s specific needs.