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BOAT SPECIFICATION

Broom 1070 Sceptre MK 11

Boat Name Kaikoura   Year 1989   Location Reading, United Kingdom    Price £72,500
Number of engines 2  Make/model Volvo Penta TMD 41CE  Fuel Diesel  Engine hours 1589
Dimensions – LOA: 11m  Beam: 3.03m  Draft: 1m

?Kaikoura? A Broom 1070 Delivered & Commissioned in 1989 by one of our Brokers. With 3 owners since new and a full maintenance record. Kaikoura is one of the tidiest  examples of this model we have seen.

Powered by twin Volvo Penta TMD 41CE 185hp shaft drive turbo diesel engines.  Boat safety certificate expiry 2020.  This popular cruiser is suitable for both river and coastal cruising.  

Includes Generator, Rib and 15hp, Extended pram canopy, Leather saloon seating, Full Electronic package.

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FULL SPECIFICATION

Year

1989

Dimensions

LOA: 11
Beam: 3.03
Minimum Draft: 1
Maximum Draft: 1

Engines

Total Power: 370
Total Engines: 2
Year Built: 1989
Engine Power: 370

Tanks

Fresh Water Tanks: 1(909)
Fuel Tanks: 1(796)

Accommodations

Number of twin berths: 2
Number of double berths: 2
Number of cabins: 3
Number of heads: 2
Number of bathrooms: 2

Features

Battery charger
Radio
Swimming ladder
Cockpit cushions
Heating
Refrigerator
Vhf
Gps
Electric head
Microwave oven
Steering wheel
Log speedometer
Depthsounder
Outboard engine brackets
Manual bilge pump
Cd player
Generator
Shore power inlet
Autopilot
Electric bilge pump
Davits
Hot water
Oven
Tender
Tv set
Radar
Cockpit cover

MANUFACTURES BROCHURE INTRODUCTION

For over 100 years Brooms built quality cruising boats for the most discerning yachtsmen, and the company was still under the personal control of the Broom family until 2014. During this period there has been built up a team of craftsmen with unrivalled experience of building the serious cruising boat, which has resulted in today's internationally renowned craft.

The 10/70 is the culmination of this experience, combining in a 35 footer both fast offshore performance with the traditional good handling qualities of Broom craft which also allows them to be used in the confined spaces of inland waterways. Designed by the motor cruiser specialist John Bennett working with the experienced
interior design team of the Broom Aquafibre organisation, the 10/70 provides really comfortable accommodation for up to six people.

One great advantage of buying a Broom boat was the company's unique hand-over service which is carried out by an experienced team working directly from their riverside premises. As the owner you are invited to take delivery and have full instruction on the technical details of the boat and then proceed to river or sea trials. After this any adjustments are made before your boat finally leaves the factory. To ensure further that you fully understand the construction and operation of your Broom boat, owners are welcome to visit the factory to inspect their boat during construction.

Tingdene Boat Sales have brokers with a joint experience of Selling Broom boats in excess of 100 Years and this craft was supplied by one of our Brokers back in 1989 and he has know this vessel since new.

MANUFACTURERS TECHNICAL INFORMATION WHEN NEW

TECHNICAL DETAILS

Lights
The navigation lights consist of a pair of port and starboard lights, mast head steaming light, stern light and all round anchor light.
There is adequate lighting for the interior of the boat, including an engine room light. A courtesy light is fitted on the sundeck + deck light.

Speeds
The maximum speeds given are only approximate and are based on the boat having two thirds full water and fuel tanks, five crew and a clean bottom.
With standard TMD 31's 15 knots,Twin Volvo TAMD 31's 20 knots Twin Volvo TMD 41's 23 Knots 

Water System
A quiet, powerful pressure system used is in conjunction with a

Hull
A strong fibreglass hull moulded under Lloyds approved conditions. Designed to give a comfortable planing
performance. The forward sections have spray deflectors to give a dry running boat. A stout keel gives both protection to the stern gear and good handling at all speeds.Superstructure
A sophisticated one piece moulding incorporating stanchion bases, toe rails, ventilator bases, gas bottle storage and sundeck seating. Constructed with a balsa core for strength and insulation the superstructure is both bolted and bonded to the hull for greater strength.

Fuel Tanks
Two 80 gallon (360 litres) stainless steel fuel tanks are situated in the centre of the boat at the aft end of the engine room.
Water Tanks
One 80 gallon (360 litres) stainless steel water tank is situated aft and filled from the aft deck.
Batteries (12 volt system)
Three sets of batteries are provided. One 12 volt for starting each engine and a separate set for the domestic supply which cannot drain the starting batteries. Both engines are used to charge the batteries through diode splitters. Each engine has a 50 amp brushless alternator.gas water heater to provide hot and cold water to both toilet compartments and the galley

Stern Gear
Heavily constructed 'P' brackets are provided with 1½" dia. stainless steel propeller shafts driving three bladed
propellers. Twin rudders of stout construction are-incorporated.

Steering Gear
A well proved hydraulic steering system gives positive handling at all speeds at both steering positions.

Seacocks
In the interests of safety each outlet below the waterline has a seacock.

Windows
The windows are high quality marine windows set in sea water resistant anodised frames. The glass is specially toughened.
Each cabin and toilet has an opening window and there are large sliders in the deck saloon. The exterior windscreen is designed to fold for passing under bridges or road transport.

Gas System
A gas system is incorporated to provide a supply to the cooker and water heater. The cylinders are stored in a separate container on the aft deck which is drained over board.

Instruments
A full set for each engine is situated in the inside steering consul and the tachometers are repeated at the outside position . Warning alarms are provided for each engine oil pressure and water temperatures. The engines can also be started and stopped at both steering positions.
There are separate gauges for each fuel tank and also the water tank.
The gear and throttle controls are the well proven Morse type.

 

DECK LAYOUT

The aft deck sundeck on Kaikoura is entirely covered by a owner designed rear canopy allowing use of this area as an enlargement to the interior accomodation.

The Rear deck features 3 GRP locker boxes all with storage. the central one being removeable to give access to the rear boarding ladder. All 3 have fitted cushions.
The gantry mast, canopy frame and screens all fold to allow navigation beneath the lowest of bridges.

The helm seat and copilot seat both have reversibile backrests to allow the rear area to be a very social area accommodating 8 people in comfort.

Leading forward from the aft deck the side decks have 1 step down amidships and the fore deck is gently sloped to give an excellent area for lounging and a good safe workable area. 

INTERIOR ARRANGEMENTS

Fore Cabin
The forward cabin of the 10/70 features 2 single berths in a V shape with headboards aft, each with a bedside lights, There is a large wardrobe to port and storage beneath each berth.

Fore Toilet
A full GRP lined wet room fitted with shower, wash basin and toilet, a opening window gives good ventilation.

Galley
Set to the starboard side opposite the Forward toilet with excellent overhead light from the saloon windows. Of U shape design with twin sinks, Oven, hob and Fridge. Ample storage in a double cupboard below the work tops, Crockery slots, Cutlery drawer and sliding fronted over cupboard.

Saloon
The 1070 is renowned for a spacious deck saloon with seating to starboard in a U shape design, this converts to a double berth by use of 3 stools set forward which can also be used for additional seating. A High low table is sited amidships. To the port are louvered front storage cupboards and a shelf over, an internal helm seat is available but is removed at present. Aft a spiral design staircase gives access to both the aft deck and aft cabin with a full handrail for safety.
The entire flooring lifts to gain access to the engines, generator, batteries, holding tank pump and water systems.

Rear Cabin
The rear cabin of the 1070 features a centrally located French berth with storage to both port and starboard in drawers, with a full height wardrobe with hanging rail on the port side

Rear Ensuite
A full wet room with shower, washbasin and toilet, opening window for ventilation

 

INVENTORY, SYSTEMS & EQUIPMENT

Volvo TMD41 C.E. engines in place of standard.
6 - deck cleats through bolted.
All round stainless steel deck rails with opening at each side and transom.
Fender baskets.
Anchor winch.
Par 12 volt electric toilets in fore and aft compartments
Holding tank with deck and underwater discharge, connected to both toilets.
Eberspacher hot air heating system.
Tinted windows except front and upper screens.
CETREK 28 amp battery charger, with shoreline change over switch and statemeter.
Fischer Panda 4 KVA generator
Bathing platforms.
Stainless steel fixed transom ladder.
Twin tube mast in place of standard.
Antifouling with epoxide treatment first.
FURUNO 1830 radar.
Robertson AP200DL AutoPilot.
AMPRO Navigator.
ICOM M100 VHF with loud hailer facility.
V.D.O. rudder indicators.
OMNIMAX t.v. aerial system.
Provide 81 whip aerial for radio cassette.
Hella hand held searchlight with two waterproof sockets.
Stowe dual station navigator 1
Stowe navsounder twin .
Auto helm log and depth
2 x 12 volt plug points.
4 x 240 volt plug points.
Bruce anchor in stemhead carrier. 15 fathoms calibrated anchor chain.
4 - mooring ropes.
10 - fenders.
1- lifebuoy.
Electric horn.
2- electric screen wiper at upper screens
1- echo sounder.
1- compass
2- fuel gauges.
1 - water gauge.
1- automatic fire extinguisher in engine room.
1 - hand fire extinguisher.
1 - electric bilge pump.
1- hand 'Gusher' 25 large bilge pump.
Ensign staff and socket.
1 - boat hook.
Bridge mast c/w gas rams
3 Gas cylinders.
Cathodic protection.
Engine room bilge pump.
Davit bases & Davits Simpson 750 davits.
2.8 M Rib c/w outboard and cover
Supply and fit outboard bracket.
Supply and fit radio cassette with two speakers & TV in Saloon
Provide second shower in fore toilet.
Blue acrylic canvas sprayhood with Extended Back Section over Rear deck.
Blue acrylic canvas dodgers with name sewn on.
Spurs rope cutters
Stirrup steps under port and starboard gates.
Three Fibreglass locker boxes to rear deck
Seat cushions for deck seats.
Two additional burgee stubs on mast.
CETREK 55 auto compass.
Simpson Lawrence SL70 gas detector with auto shut off valve.

Colour Schemes

Upholstery Cream Leather to Saloon Seating
Curtains Beige, Blinds fitted to saloon, galley, bedrooms
Carpets Cream
Linings White Vinyl
0/S Seating: White with blue/light blue stripes
Screen cover White

DISCLAIMER

Whilst every care has been taken in their preparation, the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed.  The particulars are intended  only as a guide and they do not constitute a term of any contract.  A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate to have the vessel fully surveyed and inspected, sea trialled and opened up.