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Broom 37 Crown

Successor to the successful Continental, the Broom Crown was based on the same hull, but had a restyled superstructure and a significant change to the layout.

Twin v-berths in the forward cabin remained, but the aft cabin enjoyed a centreline double, whilst the settee in the saloon continued to provide an extra double berth. All boats continued to feature interior and exterior helms and sliding doors on both sides of the saloon giving access to the side decks.

Later Crowns replaced the longstanding Perkins engines with 148hp Volva Penta TAMD40As or 158hp TAMD40Bs.

37 Crown plan
LOA:37ft 0in / 11.28m
Beam:12ft 4in / 3.76m
Draught:3ft 0in / 0.91m
Min. Air Draught:8ft 10in / 2.69m
Hull Form:Semi-displacement
Cruise Speed:12 knots
Max. Speed:18 knots
Fuel Capacity:gals / ltr
Water Capacity:gals
Build Period:1978-1986
Number Built:83
Previous Model:Broom 37 Continental
Successor Model:?
Market Value:£75,000 – 90,000

1 Comment

  • Fraser Stevenson

    Hi, I wonder if you can help me, There was a ' prototype'' Crown that had a moulded bow sprit, can you tell me its original name? Regards, Fraser

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