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|Location||Thames&Kennet Marina, Berkshire|
|Tax Status||Tax Paid|
|Max Draft||1 m|
|Max Bridge Clearance||3.3 m|
|Drive Type||Shaft Drive|
|Propeller Type||3 Blade|
|Drive Type||Shaft Drive|
|Propeller Type||3 Blade|
|Fuel Tanks||2 x 728 litres|
|Fresh Water Tanks||1 x 364 litres|
|Holding Tanks||1 x 200 litres|
Kalbarri is a rare 2 owner example of the Broom 33 presenterd in pristine condition throughout. Our staff have known Kalbarri since new and both owners have been meticulous about her maintenance and upkeep
She is a boat featuring 6 berths in 3 cabins, powered by twin Mercruiser 180 hp diesels which have been owner serviced annually. The 33 is a very capable sea boat acheiving up to 22 knots in the right conditions.
TITLE DOCS, BSC & SERIAL NUMBERS
Registered Port: n/a
Registered Number: n/a
Thames River license: S2844 Valid to 31 December 2017
BSC Serial No: BSSER 303620/16
BSC Expiry Date: 12 March 2020
HIN No: B023/10/90/05135
Engine Number : Port D636TA 0993645 Starboard D636TA 0993639
Commissioned Date: May 1991
There are stout stainless steel rails surrounding the exterior decks of the 33 with chained access points amidships to port and starboard and astern. A folding ladder leads from the rear access point to the moulded integral bathing platform and a further folding section into the water.
The aft sundeck is very well protected with folding screens allowing the 33 to navigate below many inland European bridges. These fold independently of the single tube stainless steel mast which hinges aft. Separately from this are the canopy frames which support the canvas canopy which has approximately 2 years life left before a new canopy will be required. This covers all the seating area of the sundeck and has a removeable rear panel. Aft of the canopy the deck is clear allowing easy walking around the entire exterior of the vessel within the handrails. The sundeck is fitted with seating for 5 on moulded boxes with squabs and reversible backrests give comfortable seating. Inside these boxes are storage for loose items and in the aft starboard 3 gas bottles can be stored. The exterior helm is to the starboard side fitted with a good sized chart table with Perspex cover and repeater indicators for the engines and controls. The Vhf handset is located at this helm.
Moving forward the side decks are approximately 10” wide and interrupted by 1 step, the fore deck is mainly flat and allows good lounging out space. A central escape hatch is fitted with skylight to the forward cabin.
Access to the interior of the Broom 33 is from the sundeck via a sliding Perspex door and 4 steps. These lead to the main saloon which is flooded by natural light due to exceptionally good sized cabin windows surrounding the entire cabin, those to port and starboard open by sliding giving good air to the interior.
To the starboard side there is a wardrobe aft with a shelf over and the electric locker above. The sofa in 4 sections runs the starboard side of the saloon and this converts to a double berth for occasional use. A removeable storage box makes the sofa into a L shape.
To port a L shape storage cupboard part of which is the drinks locker and the top section lifting for chart storage. Ahead of this a loose seat with storage below and then the interior helm unit with 3 drawers below and a sliding seat over. The interior helm features the main controls and switches. The saloon floor is fitted with 3 hatches to gain access to the engines and for major servicing the entire saloon flooring and seating can be removed giving excellent engineering access for a boat of this style
Forward is a further hatch giving access to a storage space fitted with the calorifier and battery charger and pumps.
Moving forward by 3 steps down to the open plan galley which is located to starboard and of a U shape design. Fitted with a gas oven and hob, double sink and 12 volt fridge, storage cupboards below the worktops, there are further cupboards on the aft bulkhead for smaller items. Opposite to port is the forward wet room fitted with a pump toilet, moulded basin.
The forward cabin is fitted with two V Beds and a wardrobe to port, further storage is found beneath the berths, two portlights and an overhead escape hatch give good light and air to this cabin.
Aft from the saloon on the starboard side 4 steps lead down to the aft cabin. The battery boxes and master switches are sited to one side and the saloon table is of gateleg design and stores beneath the main stairs. When opened six can sit around it with comfort.
The rear cabin for a boat of the 33 ’s dimensions is exceptionally comfortable and constructed to typical Broom quality and design with a queen-sized berth featuring a curved headboard to the aft port transom with access to both port and starboard sides. Two wardrobes and a vanity unit with a stool and two full length mirrors all add to the comfort of this aft cabin.
An ensuite toilet room with a separate showering area is located to starboard, this was a first for a boat as compact as the 33 and is a great feature on this boat.
Stainless steel guard rails
6 Deck cleats
Anchor Winch (Manual) with cover
Bruce Anchor with stemhead carrier
15 fathoms of calibrated anchor chain
Lifebuoy with light
2 electric screen wipers at upper helm
1 electric screen wiper at lower helm
4 mooring warps
Selection of fenders
Ensign staff, Ensign and socket
Simpson Model 750 stainless steel davits
Engine & Electrics
1 12 volt Starboard engine Battery - age unknown
1 12 volt Port engine battery – New May 2015
2 6 volt linked domestic batteries – Age unknown
Cetrek 28 amp Battery charger with manual selector and volt metre Engines and Water
Metered shore power lead
1 Electric Bilge pump
1 Manual bilge pump
Automatic fire extinguisher in engine room
systems winterised and recommissioned with new oils and filters annually
5 fire extinguishers to cabin – New 2016
Fire Blanket – New 2016
Carbon monoxide alarm – New 2016
Spurs rope cutters to shafts – New 2015
Icom IC-M400BB Black Box
VHF/DSC Marine Transceiver with handset New 2014
Autohelm Tri Data unit at Lower helm with repeater to upper helm – Original 1991
Autohelm Rudder indicator to upper Helm – Original 1991
Dual Station Trim Tabs
Spot light at upper helm
Compass at both helms (unswung)
Horn with cover
Eberspacher warm air heating / cooling to all cabins
Cold water to each heads and to galley
Hot water to each heads and galley and aft shower from calorifier and 240 volt immersion
Rose oven and separate Grill
Techimpex 3 burner gas hob - New August 2012
3 4.5 kg calor gas bottles (quantity in each unkown)
Extractor above hob
Electrolux 12 volt fridge
240 v Television with DVD player
12v Pioneer radio cassette player with CD multi changer in saloon
240v mains supply to each cabin with shaver point in each toilet
12 volt sockets to dash
Gimble lamp and table lamp in saloon
Optional Inventory Items for separate negotiation
Zodiac FR260 tender (2004)
Glass cabinet contents
Existing crockery, cutlery and pans
240 v kettle
2 plastic water containers
Second 12volt HD TV with DVD player
Spares package including, 2 Fuel Filters, 2 13x1075 Drive belts, 2 Separ 20130 Pre - Filters, 1 920-001.P Impeller, 1 Pair of sterngland spanners, 2 New cutlass bearings, 3 New Glow Plugs, 2 8 amp breakers for helm controls, 2 AT Contact Blocks for Engine stop buttons.
4 Baltic Argus 150N automatic life jackets (last service date 3 in 3/2017 1 due 12/17)
5 Buoyancy Aids(2 small child, 1 small adult, 2 Adult)
UPHOLSTRY & FURNISHINGS
Blue draylon settee/ bed chair and helm seat in saloon
Coffee table/ aft cabin stool with cushion
Gate leg table
Blue draylon double bed and buttoned headboard in aft cabin
Blue draylon Vee berth cushions and padded headboards in forward cabin
Light grey curtains throughout
New carpets throughout in 2016
Blue canvas cockpit canopy
White exterior PVC cushions with blue stripes
Service and Maintenance History
The boat was maintained by the original owner who was a certified engineer and receipts for parts used annually from 1991 to 2013 are available
The Current owner has a full maintenance history and invoices from marine engineers, boat lifts and antifouling
Comprehensive original owners manuals are included
Whilst every care has been taken in their 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 prospective buyer is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate to have the vessel fully surveyed and inspected,river trialled and tested.