Broom Owners Club

Broom 37

18 inches of additional beam over the 37 Crown gave the Broom 37 a significant increase in interior space. In addition, the move from a semi-displacement to a planing hull typified the increasing popularity of faster offshore cruisers.

The comfortable interior layout includes a double cabin aft with separate toilet and shower cubicles, U-shaped saloon settee, galley level dinette, and twin forward berths. Earlier models retained the internal helm, although this was often removed by subsequent owners to give more saloon space.

Engine configurations ranged from twin 225hp Ford or Perkins installations to the punchier twin 306hp Volvo TAMD61s.

37 plan
LOA:37ft 0in / 11.28m
Beam:13ft 6in / 4.11m
Draught:4ft 3in / 1.3m
Min. Air Draught:8ft 6in / 2.59m
Hull Form:Planing
Cruise Speed:20 knots
Max. Speed:28 knots
Fuel Capacity:2 x 100 gals / 454ltr
Water Capacity:100 gals / 454ltr
Build Period:1988-1991
Number Built:19
Previous Model:37 Crown
Successor Model:Broom 39
Market Value:£130,000 – 140,000

1 Comment

  • Jeff Searle

    Hi We ahve joined the broom 37 club but I am now getting my head round where everything is. What i could do with is a plan for a 1989 Broom 37 layout so i can mark out where the fillters are sea cocks, waste access Could you advsie Many thanks jeff searle The boat name is Perle Noire

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