The Motor Cruiser of the Year Award, achieved by the Broom 38, recognised the breakthrough in design by Broom in providing a good fast cruising sea-boat. Designed by Andrew Wolstenholme, the 42 is a bigger and more spacious version of the 38. As with all their designs, Broom have listened carefully to their owners for items of detail and this is one of the reasons why the company enjoys a high degree of repeat business. With the capability of speeds up to 28 knots and cruising speed well in excess of 20 knots, the 42 is a truly serious cruising boat, with the excellent handling qualities, comfort and superb finish upon which Brooms have built their reputation.
Características adicionales, equipo e información:
Diseñador: Andrew Wolstenholme
Forma del casco: V Modificada
Eslora total: 42 Pies 6 Pulgadas
Manga: 13 Pies 11 Pulgadas
Eslora en la flotación: 37 Pies 8 Pulgadas
Longitud de la cubierta: 39 Pies 9 Pulgadas
Peso seco: 4340 Libras
Opciones de Motor
Engine Option 1: 1x
Número de depósitos de agua dulce: (100 Galones)
Número de depósitos de combustible: (150 Galones)
Upholstery and Interior Fabrics
The owner is offered a wide choice of carefully selected materials and fabrics of superior quality for the berths and settees, curtains and carets.
It is this final decision and selection that gives the vessel its own individual character.
Separate dining area adjacent and on the same level as the galley.
The table lowers to make additional berth.
There is additional space for storage under the seats and a large shelf runs full length behind the curved backrest.
This is the centrepiece and heart of the 42 and makes for a spacious deck saloon accessed either by steps from the aft deck or by sliding door on the port side.
There is a large 'U' shaped settee to starboard, designed to provide very comfortable seating and an occasional extra
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 provide plenty of light and makes for a comfortable living area
This is a separate space with hot and cold shower mixer tap.
Features include a moulded-in seat and all easy clean surfaces.
There is also provision for a built-in a washing machine.
Aft Master Cabin
The aft cabin is a Broom speciality and the 42 takes this concept a stage further.
There is a large double berth, spacious wardrobes, ample drawer space and full headroom.
Transom mounted windows give plenty of light and also provide a means for escape, as required by the latest European safety standards.
Forward Guest Cabin
The forward guest cabin comprises twin 'V' berths with upholstered headboards and hull linings, a wardrobe, a mirror, drawers and shelves.
There are also roof and individual reading lights, as well as a ventilation/escape hatch in roof and opening windows.
Engine and batteries are 12 volt system.
Engine has own starting battery and both engine and domestic batteries are charged through diode splitters.
A 240 volt ring main is installed for
connection to shore supply when ordinary domestic equipment can be used.
All 240 volt and 12 volt circuits are protected by circuit breakers.
A wiring diagram is provided with the owners manual.
The essential part of any serious cruising boat.
Broom have condensed many years of experience and developed a practical and attractive work area.
The galley is complete with stainless steel sink unit with hot and cold mixer tap.
There is a three-burner hob unit with oven and grill, cutlery drawer, cupboards, electric refrigerator, as well as an opening
window and ventilator.
Only the best marine diesel engines are considered for the 42.
The standard specification provides for
single or twin inboard diesel units.
For full details of the engine options, and performance figures, please contact our sales department.
Each engine is fitted with full instrumentation, flexible mounts and shaft
couplings, water-cooled exhaust and silencer.
This vessel has been designed and produced to give excellent handling qualities and performance, either when fitted with a single engine or twins.
Aquafibre manufactures the hull and superstructure, which ensures excellent quality. An isopthalic gel coat and resin, backed up by powder-bonded glass, reduce the risk of osmosis.
Substantial transverse and longitudinal stringers are incorporated throughout the
hull for strength.
The hull and deck joint is both riveted and bonded.
The deck layout has been designed with the highest aesthetic and ergonomic considerations.
The 42 is practical and manoeuvrable when passing through locks or low bridges and comfortable and safe offshore.
The side decks encompass the vessel - with no steps - and incorporates a non-slip surface.
The aft deck area has a door for the
security of children and pets.
There is a large seating area with table.
A large well-laid out console, for simple monitoring the engine systems
and navigation equipment.
There is a chart table with a clear cover over and provision for a lockable space to secure the navigation equipment.
The helm and navigator seats are well protected from the elements by a large curved windscreen and easy to operate two-part hood.
Bathing platform with built-in steps to deck
Tinted glass except for upper curved screen
Full width mast arch hinged for easy lowering
Spray hood forward of mast, plus canopy aft enclosing sundeck
8 Deck cleats
All-round stainless steel deck rails with opening each side and at transom
Electric anchor winch
Anchor in stemhead carrier
15 Fathoms anchor chain
4 Mooring ropes
4 Fenders with lanyards
Boarding ladder on bathing platform
Ventilators in each cabin
Full set of navigation lights
Electric screen wiper
Mast deck lights
Aft deck seat cushions
Table on aft deck
Toughened glass windows in anodised aluminium frames
Opening window in each cabin
Lower front screen cover
Ensign staff and flag
Stainless steel fendering to deck edges
Hatches in fore and aft cabins
Oil pressure gauges with alarms
Temperature gauges with alarms
Speed and distance recorder
Fuel content gauges
Fresh water contents gauge
Calorifier water system with immersion heater
Ringmain connected to refrigerator, with outlet in engine room and
one 240 volt plug point in each cabin, complete with shoreline
Remote battery isolating switches
Seacocks on all inlets below waterline
Rudder position indicator
Engine hour meters
Automatic fire extinguisher in engine room
3 hand held fire extinguishers
Clock and Barometer
Radio CD player with speakers in saloon
Galley extractor fan
Hot air heating in each cabin
Avonite work surfaces in galley
Gas hob and oven
Pressurised fresh water system
Battery charger - 60 amp
Battery state indicator
2 Sea toilets (waste tank available)
2 Shaver points
2 Electric bilge pumps
High capacity manual bilge pump
Engine room bilge pump
Separate engine start and domestic batteries
Antifouling - colour to choice
The standard single engine boat has a large rudder with keel skeg protection for rudder and propeller
Twin engine craft have twin rudders which are shallower than the keel