The Broom Admirals were originally built for the hire fleet in the 1950s and were according to Broom’s brochure a ‘great favourite amongst discerning hirers’. The bridge has a collapsible canopy roof and windscreen with the raised floor giving the helmsman an unobstructed view.
The original layout featured a twin cabin forward, an actual bath in the forward heads, with a further double berthed stateroom forward of the cockpit. A further single cabin and toilet are situated just aft of the cockpit. The rear saloon seats eight in comfort and at the aft of the boat comes a well equipped galley complete with electric fresh water taps. Safe wide decks run round the boat, a design feature that Brooms continued throughout their range.
The Admiral was fitted with a single Morris Commodore engine in 20 or 40HP and when hired came complete with a 14ft mahogany sailing dinghy.
|LOA:||42ft 0in / 12.8m|
|Beam:||10ft 6in / 3.2m|
|Draught:||2ft 4in / 0.7m|
|Min. Air Draught:||xxft xin / xm|
|Hull/Deck:||Oak frame/Mahogany planking|
|Cruise Speed:||5 knots|
|Max. Speed:||7 knots|
|Fuel Capacity:||xx gals / xxltrs|
|Water Capacity:||180 gals / 800 ltrs|
|Successor Model:||Saxon 40|
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