|Burnham-on-Crouch Essex UK
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. 'Blue Ice' benefits from the larger Volvo Penta TAMD41B, 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 and dinghy/outboard combination on davits. Internally she is presented in extremely good condition having been reupholstered by Brooms in 2016. 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
|No. of engines:
|Length over all:
|Holding tank capacity:
The Broom 33 offers comfortable sleeping accommodation for up to six 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 with good light and ventilation. New mattresses and covers 2017.
EN SUITE: The lined en suite compartment is to starboard and fitted with an electric Jabsco marine toilet with diverter valve to shared holding tank, wash basin, separate shower area, mirror, cupboard and opening window.
SALOON: Featuring a large seating area to starboard (can be used as an occasional berth/double berth) 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. Interior helm position to port with full instrumentation. Saloon re-upholstered by Brooms in 2016.
GALLEY: U-shaped galley to starboard equipped with a three burner Optimus gas hob with separate Rose 6070 oven and grill beneath. Front loading Electrolux 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. New mattresses and covers 2017.
HEADS: Separate compartment to port with electric Jabsco marine toilet with diverter valve to shared holding tank, wash basin, mirror and cupboard. A shower is plumbed in but currently disconnected.
GENERAL EQUIPMENT: Light cream leatherette upholstery with complimenting blue carpets and curtains throughout. Hot and cold pressurised water system (new pump 2018) throughout via a calorifier (new 2020) with immersion coil. Eberspacher diesel fired heating system to all cabins. Both heads have diverter valves to shared 50 litre holding tank with deck and sea discharge ports. Sony CD/radio with saloon and cockpit speakers. Toshiba flat screen TV and separate DVD player in saloon.
EXTERIOR: Double helm and navigators seat forward to starboard, well laid out with excellent all-round visibility and controls immediately at hand plus single passenger seat to port, both with foldover backrests to face aft. Large cockpit area with bench seats and ample cockpit stowage in various lockers. Walk-through access to stern with ladder down to the integrated bathing platform. "Teak carpet" to cockpit floor fitted in 2019.
Broom 33 built in 1989 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. Folding radar arch reduces air draught from 4m to approx. 2.90m. Teak carpet to cockpit floor and transom platform.
10kg Bruce anchor with 20m of chain
Lofrans Airon electric anchor windlass with controls on foredeck
Stainless steel guardrails with side and aft gates
Stainless steel grabrails
Four windscreen wipers
Full cockpit canopy in navy blue (new 2019)
Simpson stainless steel davits with integrated winches
Transom-mounted outboard storage bracket
Bathing platform and stern access ladder
Eight fenders and three warps
Honwave 270 RIB with Honda 2.3hp four-stroke outboard
2 x Plastimo Offshore 105 steering compasses
Raymarine Ray54E VHF radio with DSC at outside helm
Raymarine C80 colour plotter at outside helm
Seafarer 701 depth sounder at inside helm with digital repeater at outside helm
Clock and barometer set
Located under the saloon sole, twin Volvo Penta TAMD 41B, 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 three-bladed propellers with dripless stern glands (new 2014). New cutless bearings 2015. Twin stainless steel 360 litre fuel tanks giving a range of approx. 150nm at 12-15 knots cruising speed. Max. speed 18/20 knots. Full engine instrumentation. Adjustable trim tabs with indicator gauge.
The engines appear to be in very good cosmetic condition and the engine hours are approx. 1,500 each (May 2023). Engines professionally serviced in August 2023.
Sleipner Sidepower bow thruster fitted by Brooms 2012.
Two 12v 120ah domestic batteries and two 12v 120ah engine batteries (all batteries new 2022), all charged via engine alternators. Shorepower system with ring mains, immersion coil for water heating and Victron smart battery charger (charger new 2020). Electrical distribution panel with circuit breakers.
2kg automatic fire extinguisher in engine bay (new 2023)
2 x Electric bilge pumps with manual and automatic switching
2 x Manual bilge pumps
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.