Vessel Name: Suero VII
Model: Broom 50
Lying: Newark Marina
LOA: 15.42m (50ft 6in)
Beam: 4.48m (14ft 7in)
Draught: 1.31m (4ft 3in)
The Broom 50 is a serious cruising boat which can be used offshore or alternatively with the facility to lower the radar arch can access inland waters. As usual with the Broom design the aft deck layout maximises the outside living space providing a table and plenty of seating for outside entertaining. The internal living space is also well proportioned with saloon and dinette and three independent cabins providing accommodation for 6 berths.
Builder – Broom Boats, Brundall, Norfolk
Construction - GRP
Hull Form - Planing
- Twin Volvo Penta TAMD 102D 470hp Diesel Engines
- Shaft Drive
- Engine Hours: 600
- Cruising Speed - 17 knots
- Maximum Speed – 24 knots
- Fuel Capacity – 2000 Litres
- Water Capacity – 1000 Litres
- Holding Tank
- 6 Berths in 3 Cabins
- Master aft cabin with island bed and ensuite toilet and separate shower
- Forward double cabin with ensuite toilet and shower
- Twin midships cabin with twin berths
Mechanical / Electrical Equipment
- Immersion Heater
- Shore Power
- TV Aerial
- Flat Screen Smart TV (Aft Cabin)
- Flat Screen Freeview HD TV ( saloon)
- Radio / CD Player
- Bluetooth Music (Cockpit, Saloon, Aft Cabin)
- 12 v Sockets on Bridge, Saloon & Engine Room
The helmsman is well positioned to control the boat, with excellent all-round vision and the whole area is protected by a fully fitted canopy. There is an independent helm seat with a double navigator seat alongside and further cockpit seating and large dining table, to seat 6/8 people, set within the aft cockpit.
- Raymarine E120 Chartplotter (including Navionics UK, Irleand and Holland card. last updated 09/2020
- VHF Radio (works but should be updated)
- Depth Sounder
- Burglar Alarm System
- Engine Bay Automatic Fire Extinguisher System
- Hand Held Fire Extinguishers
- 4 x Bilge Pumps
- Hydraulic Mast Lowering System
- Folding Windscreens
- Hydraulic Passerrelle
- Teak Laid Side Decks, Aft Cockpit & Bathing Platform
- Electric Anchor Windlass
- Stainless Steel Guard Rails & Stanchions
- Stainless Steel Window Frames
- 8 x Stainless Steel Fender Baskets
- Grab Rails
- 2 x Chain Side Gates
- Transom Chain Gate
- Full Walk Around Decks
- 8 x Large Broom Fenders
- 8 x Dark Blue Fender Covers
- Navigation Lights
- Windscreen Wipers
- Bathing Platform
- Bathing Ladder
- Navy Cockpit Canvas Covers (Winter)
- White Cockpit Covers (Summer)
- White Cockpit Mosquito Covers
- Exterior Sun Covers for Front Saloon Windows
- Avon 320 SC Jetrib (Custom Supports on Stern of Broom 50)
- 2 x Folding Bicycles
- 2 x Eberspacher Heaters
- 2 x Oil Filled Radiators
- 3 x Marinair Reverse Cycle Air Conditioning Units
- Pressurised Hot & Cold Water System
- 4 x Ring Induction Hob
- 2 x Fridges
- Galley Double Sink Unit with Mixer Tap
- Galley Water Filters
- 2 x Sea Toilets (Fresh water flush with electric discharge)
- 2 x Showers
- Washer Dryer Machine
- Mosquito Screens
On entering the main cabin there is a large deck saloon incorporating a lounge with coffee table, long sideboard and crescent shaped dining area on the same level, from which there is excellent all-round and exterior views. The upholstery is in a cream leather and woodwork in a light teak.
Steps lead down to a galley on the port side which is fully equipped with integrated appliances and a cream avonite worksurface. There are large windows throughout ensuring a light living space.
Located across from the galley is the third cabin with twin berths. The storage cupboard houses the washer dryer which is a useful addition on extended cruises.
The forward guest cabin comprises a centre double bed, hanging lockers and cupboards. Door to ensuite with toilet, wash hand basin and shower.
Aft is the Master Cabin with large island bed, wardrobes and vanity units to either side. There is a toilet ensuite and a separate shower cubicle on the other side of the cabin.
The current owners have had Suero VII for nearly 10 years and have travelled UK coastal waters, Mediterranean Sea, Adriatic Sea and back to the UK via the French Canals.
- June 2018 – Engine service, passerelle serviced, new batteries & boat polish
- July 2017 – Engine & generator service
- 2015 – Antifoul hull
- June 2019 – Engines serviced, new battery charger fitted, rudders, propellers, shafts and bearings examined and serviced or replaced as necessary.
- August 2020 – Engines serviced, exhaust systems examined and all rubber parts replaced.
The company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.