Broom Owners Club

Broom 42cl

The 42 CL was the largest boat to date in the coastal range, capable of combining a fast cruising seaboat with one suitable for European inland waterways. The 42 was the first boat to introduce the modern style “eyebrow” windows and also used a black frame for the saloon windscreen, giving it an all-in-one look. The easy to operate “pram hood” canopies were also introduced on this model.

A more spacious version of the 39 KL, the 42 CL has the trademark aft master cabin, deck saloon with sliding door access to port, the galley and dinette on the lower level, before the second heads and forward V-berth cabin. As with the 39KL, the dinette table can be lowered to convert into an occasional berth.

Typical engine configuration is twin 350HP Yanmar diesels.

42cl plan
LOA:42ft 6in / 12.95m
Beam:13ft 11in / 4.24m
Draught:3ft 6in / 1.06m
Min. Air Draught:10ft 10in / 3.3m
Hull Form:Semi-displacement
Cruise Speed:20 knots
Max. Speed:26 knots
Fuel Capacity:138 gals / 605 ltrs per engine
Water Capacity:100 gals / 454 ltrs
Build Period:2000-2007
Number Built:49
Previous Model:n/a
Successor Model:425
Market Value:£160,000 – 230,000

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