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Broom 34 Sedan


Based on the same hull as its flybridge cousin, the Broom 34 Sedan is a single level cruiser ideal for inland waterways which is still popular on the Thames and the Broads.

The interior layout draws more on the earlier design of the Broom 35 Sedan, with an offset double forward. Some versions had a galley and dinette, whilst a second bunk cabin was also an option, plus the large deck saloon and aft cockpit. A sliding door from the saloon gave access to the side decks on the port side.

34s were typically fitted with single engines such as the Nanni 4.220HE 50HP for river use, but could also house twin Volvos up to 130HP for coastal cruising. 

LOA:34ft 0in / 10.4m
Beam:12ft 4in / 3.8m
Draught:3ft 2in / 0.90m
Min. Air Draught:8ft 6in / 2.59m
Hull Form:Semi-displacement
Cruise Speed:6 knots
Max. Speed:14 knots
Fuel Capacity:90 gals / 410 ltr
Water Capacity:80 gals / 364 ltr
Build Period:1996-1999
Number Built:4?
Previous Model:35 Sedan
Successor Model:35 Coupe
Market Value:£70,000 – 90,000

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