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1995 Broom 36

$134,679 Listed price: £87,500 Thames & Kennet Marina, United Kingdom
Make Broom
Model 36
Year 1995
Condition Used
Price £87,500
Type Power
Class Motor Yacht
Length 36 ft
Fuel Type Diesel
Hull Material Fiberglass
Location Thames & Kennet Marina, United Kingdom
Tax Status Tax Paid
LOA 36 ft 6 in
Beam 12 ft 2 in
Max Draft 3 ft 5 in
Min. Draft 10 ft
Dry Weight 10000 kg
Max Bridge Clearance 9 ft 3 in
Engine Type Inboard
Engine Make Mercruiser
Engine Model 220
Fuel Type Diesel
Engine Year 1995
Power 220 hp
Drive Type Direct Drive
Engine Location Port
Propeller Type 4 Blade
Propeller Material Bronze
Engine Type Inboard
Engine Make Mercruiser
Engine Model 220
Fuel Type Diesel
Engine Year 1995
Power 220 hp
Drive Type Direct Drive
Engine Location Starboard
Propeller Type 4 Blade
Propeller Material Bronze
Designer Andrew Wolstenholme
Builder Broom Boats
Cabins 3
Double Berths 1
Heads 2
Seating Capacity 6
Fuel Tanks 1 x 500 liters (Stainless Steel)
Fresh Water Tanks 1 x 364 liters (Stainless Steel)
Holding Tanks 1 x 100 liters (Stainless Steel)
Hull Shape Modified Vee
Windlass Manual Windlass
Trim Tabs Yes


A classic design from Broom, featuring their traditional aft cabin layout. The aft cabin on the 36 features a corner fitted French double berth with access from either side. The en-suite toilet room has a separate shower within. The stairs from the aft cabin to the aft deck are of circular design and feature an encompassing handrail making it very safe. The saloon, amidships, has a U shape sofa to starboard and ample storage to port. The galley, forward heads and forward cabin all feature good space.

To the exterior the cockpit has fully moulded seating with access to the bathing platform and side decks. A GRP mast is fitted to take navigational items and a full canopy attached to this.

NO WORRIES has spent time in the Mediterranean and being powered by the twin Mercruiser 220 has a good performance in open water, yet with their indirect injection she is equally at home inland  

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Forward Cabin

 Twin V berths with amidships step for access, 3/4 wardrobe to port, cave lockers under the berths, opening port lights above berths, escape hatch overhead.

Forward Heads

The entire cubical being of moulded finish for easy cleaning. Fitted with a port light, heads, Shower with shower curtain and storage.


Located to starboard and of U shape design. Fitments include fridge, oven with grill, hob, microwave, triple bowl sink, storage both above and beneath the worktops, opening port light.


this central area of the craft is fitted with a very comfortable sofa to starboard with a table adjacent of U shape finish so 6 people can easily sit around the table. To port is a superb area of cupboards with shelving, forward is an entertainment locker for TV etc and adjacent to this a stereo with CD changer. Access forward is by 3 steps and aft via the split curved staircase to the rear deck and aft cabin.

Aft Cabin

Featuring a corner berth with access to either side with a vanity unit to the transom, two 3/4 height wardrobes. Escape hatch to rear deck, side windows with opening sections to both port and starboard. En suite heads with moulded sink, toilet and seperate shower cubical.

Engine Room

Accessed by three easy lift hatches for daily checks above each engine. For main service requirements the entire saloon floor is removable including the sofa and floor bearers. Ahead of the main engine room is a large lazerette storage compartment where the calorifier and manual pumps are situated. The engine room floor features excellent sound proofing so the craft is quiet even at high revs.


Making the maximum use of the space the Broom 36 features overhanging rear seating to the cockpit, a double helm seat and further seating aft of this. Access to the stern is by 4 steps to the bathing platform and a moulded door is fitted for safety. To port and starboard the decks lead forward surrounded entirely by sturdy twin railed stainless steel stanchions. Ample hand rails are fitted to the cabin roof. 



Anchorman manual anchor winch

Stainless steel Anchor carrier

Bruce Anchor

Stainless steel guardrails with middle rail, access points to port and starboard amidships

Six mooring bollards

Side boarding ladder

Four fender baskets

Gas storage beneath helm seat for 3 camping gaz bottles

Eight fenders

Nine warps

Whittall ED17 100kg stainless steel davits

Stainless steel ensign staff and socket 

Cockpit cushions

Cockpit canopy

Extended aft deck cockpit canopy

Automatic par bilge pump

Manual bilge pump

12volt and 240 volt sockets throughout boat

Eberspacher cabin heating with seven day programmable timer

Calourifier and immersion heater

Three batteries

Ringmain, 240volt circuit breakers, shoreline

Pro mariner battery charger

Twin Morse MT2 engine controls

Full Mercruiser engine instrumentation including oil, battery volt and temperature gauges

Fuel gauges

Water gauge

Two wipers

Bennett Trim tabs with trimdicators

Panasonic radio cassette with 6 CD changer and 4 loudspeakers

Ray 230E VHF radio

Autohelm ST60 Tridata log, depth / temperature

Autohelm GPS

Furuno 1721 compact radar

Autohelm ST7000 autopilot

Separ fuel filters

Three fire extinguishers

Fire blanket

Flame cheater fire extinguisher in engine room

Goodchild Marine alarm system

Forward cabin combrillo hatch blind / flynet

Barometer / clock/ hydrometer

Tv cupboard with aerial and power points

Electrolux Fridge

#Eno 3 burner gas hobv

Rose oven and grill

Nikkai DMO500 Microwave

Immersion heater

Three bowl sink with chopping board

Manual flush toilets forward and aft

Stainless steel waste tank with deck and underwater discharges

Shaver sockets

Forward head shower with faucet and drain

Brass door furniture throughout

Green carpets, dust pink curtains, floral beige / dust pink / green upholstery with sapele veneer and solid mahogany trimmed joinery






Whilst every care has been taken in there preparation, the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed.  The particulars are intended  only as a guide and they do not constitute a term of any contract.  A perspective buyer is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate to have the vessel fully surveyed and inspected, sea trialled and opened up. 



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