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Broom 395

The new 395 incorporates the latest developments and improvements taking place across the Broom range.

The exterior has been styled to include steps up both sides of the transom, the latest type of frameless windows, and a helm position console layout developed from the 425.

The most significant change from the 39 model is the large aft deck. With steps

up both sides of the transom the aft deck has been deleted and the cockpit area moved back as the 450. This gives a large sitting area in the cockpit.The specification and interior layout follows on from the 39, with the decor and joinery style being a further progression from the 425.

The 395 is offered in the dinette and 2+2 form. The side door is not included in the specification, but may be considered as an extra providing there is sufficient lead time. The boat is available with both single and twin engine installations.

Specifications

Length overall:39� 6 - 12.04m
Deck length:36� 10 - 11.22m
Waterline length:34� 6 - 10.5m
Beam:13� 0 - 3.96m
Draught:3� 6 - 1.06m
Overall height mast down:10'8'' (3.26m)
Weight (approx):10.2 tons (10180kg)
Fuel:Fuel (single engine): 2 x 60 gallons (2 x 272 litres) Fuel (twin engines): 2 x 100 gallons (2 x 454 litres)
Water:100 gallons (454 litres)

Deck Saloon

The centrepiece of the 395 is a spacious area with access directly to the aft deck. Large u-shaped settee on the starboard side with sideboard opposite. Opening windows each side

Dinnette Area

An attractive separate dining area adjacent and on the same level as the galley. The table lowers to make an additional berth. Storage under seats. A large shelf runs full length behind the backrest. Opening window.

Galley

The essential part of any serious cruising boat. Brooms years of experience provides an easy to work area. Complete with stainless steel sink unit with hot and cold water mixer tap. Three burner hob unit and oven and grill. Electric refrigerator. Crockery stowage and cupboards. Cutlery drawer. Easy clean work surfaces.

Command Position

The large console has been carefully laid out to give good vision for the engine instruments and navigational aids. The position gives excellent visibility for the helmsman and crew with protection provided by the large windshield. The hood is easy to operate with Broom's new simple 'clip on' hood system.

Aft Master Cabin

Brooms are renowned for their aft cabin design and this is taken further with the 395. Large double berth, twin dressing tables, two wardrobes, upholstered bed head, roof and individual reading lights. Mirrors, drawers and lockers. Two large windows in the transom provides plenty of light as well as providing a means of escape. Opening windows

Forward Guest Cabin

Fitted with twin 'v' berths with upholstered headboards and linings. Wardrobe, drawers and shelves. Roof and individual reading lights. Ventilation/ escape hatch in roof. Fixed ventilator. Mirror.

Deck Design

Well laid out to provide an easy to work boat when either passing through locks, low bridges or mooring up, yet provides comfort and safety when cruising offshore. Easy access to the transom with built in steps both sides on the large bathing platform. The large deck area has an access door to port and starboard enhancing security when cruising with children or in inclement weather

Propulsion Units

Only the best marine diesel engines are considered for the 39. The standard specification provides for single or twin inboard diesel units.
For full details of the engine options and performance figures, please see price list. Each engine is fitted with full instrumentation, flexible mounts and shaft coupling, water cooled exhaust and silencer.

Instrumentation

Full instrumentation with auto alarm systems, voltage, water temperature and oil pressure gauges, electric engine stop controls.
Engine hour meter, compass, speed and distance recorder, depth sounder. Single lever controls for gear-change and speed control.

Electrical Systems

Engine and domestic batteries have a 12 volt system. Each engine has its own starting battery and both engine and domestic batteries are charged through diode splitters. A 240 volt ring main ring is installed for connecting to shore supply when ordinary domestic equipment can be used. All 240 volt and 12 volt circuits are protected by circuit breakers.

Strern Gear

The single engine boat has a larger rudder with keel skeg protection for rudder and propeller. Twin engine craft have twin rudders which are shallower than the keel.

General Specification

-Engine tachometers.
-Oil Pressure gauges with alarms.
-Temperature gauges with alarms.
-Speed and distance recorder.
-Depth sounder.
-Compass.
-Fuel contents gauges.
-Water contents gauge.
-Calorifier water system with immersion heater.
-Two showers.
-Ringmain connected to refrigerator, with 240 volt sockets in engine room. both cabins, saloon and galley complete with shoreline.
-Remote battery isolating switches.
-Seacocks on all inlets below waterline.
-Engine hour meter.
-Automatic fire extinguisher in engine room.
-3 hand held fire extinguishers.
-Fire blanket.
-Electric refrigerator.
-Avonite work surfaces in galley.
-Gas hob and oven.
-Pressurised fresh water system.
-Hydraulic steering.
-Battery charger
-Battery state indicator.
-2 sea toilets (one electric).
-Waste holding tank available (see detail on price list)
-2 shaver points.
-2 electric bilge pumps.
-High capacity manual bilge pump.
-Separate engine start and domestic batteries.
-Tool Kit.
-Gas cylinders.
-Cathodic protection.
-Antifouling - colour to choice.
-Navigation Equipment: Brooms have their own Electronics Specialist, quotations available for individual navigation packages.

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