- Written by Louise Busby Louise Busby
- Category: Discontinued Models Discontinued Models
- Published: 23 October 2008 23 October 2008
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Designed by John Bennett, the Broom 39 was a very comfortable sea going boat and, in common with the Broom 37, its wide beam gave it spacious accommodation for the length. As with the 36, introduced in the same year, the 39 positioned cockpit seating at the edge of the deck, maximising the usable area.
The interior layout includes an island double in the aft cabin with separate toilet and shower cubicles. The inclusion of a dinette opposite the galley and on the same floor level gave a comfortable dining area that converted into a further double berth. Twin 'V' berths in the forward cabin had ensuite access to the forward head/shower. An internal helm was not standard, although it could be added on the port side of the saloon if desired.
The 39 was designed with twin 200hp Volvos as standard although by the end of its production cycle 370hp alternatives were being offered to achieve the top speed of 30 knots.
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