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Broom 41

A member of the offshore range, the 41 was based on an extended version of the John Bennet designed Broom 39 hull, and was one of the first models to feature the full width aft deck with seating incorporated into the dodgers, giving a very large outside living area on one level. The 41 also broke with tradition by dispensing with the internal helm position, relying on the sheltered cockpit for an all-weather steering position.

Interior space is maximised on this model by keeping the walkways between cabins to one side. The original layout had a large galley and a breakfast bar, but in 1997 the option of the galley level dinette was introduced and this layout proved to be more popular. Both versions feature a large master cabin aft and a guest cabin forward, which on later models was often a second double

Engine configurations could be twin Perkins, Volvo, Iveco or Caterpillars upward of 300HP each.

41 plan
LOA:40ft 9in / 12.42m
Beam:13ft 6in / 4.11m
Draught:4ft 3in / 1.29m
Min. Air Draught:10ft 6in / 3.2m
Hull Form:Planing
Cruise Speed:19 knots
Max. Speed:25 knots
Fuel Capacity:2 x 125 gals / 568 ltrs
Water Capacity:110 gals / 500 ltrs
Build Period:1992-1999
Number Built:27
Previous Model:Broom 37/39
Successor Model:415
Market Value:£130,000 – £150,000

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