Aft Cabin Cruisers
Broom has led the market for decades in Aft Cabin Cruisers, providing many benefits to our customers, of which we are extremely proud.
The main advantage of owning an Aft Cabin craft is that it makes full use of the spacious full beam width, providing a large cabin with walk around 'island berth' and en-suite facilities, along with built in, contemporary, modern furniture..
Another significant advantage of Aft Cabin Cruisers is that they encompass an upper helm position. From this position the helmsman has excellent visibility with a full all round deck view and easy access to mooring cleats. Also, from this position it is re-assuring to know that the crew can be located anywhere whilst on deck.
|Length Overall:||39ft 6” (12.04m)|
|Beam:||13ft 0" (3.96m)|
|Draft:||3ft 6" (1.06m)|
|Height above waterline:||10ft 8" (3.26m)|
|Weight (approx):||10.2 metric tonnes|
|Beds:||4 or 4+2|
|Engine Power (hp):||115 – 660hp|
The standard layout has been developed as a result of owners indicating to Broom a requirement for a boat that can provide more space for those who want to live aboard for longer periods. By limiting the number of berths to four it has been possible to create two spacious cabins and a larger saloon. This has the added advantage of providing plenty of seating for daytime entertaining on board, together with a utility area opposite the galley.
Alternatively owners can choose the dinette layout, which incorporates an additional seating area adjacent to and on the same level as the galley. There is a sideboard to portside, with a removable seat which can easily be moved to the saloon seating area. The 395 has a top speed of 27 knots subject to the engines specified. The craft is available with a single engine giving speeds of up to 16 knots and a wide range of navigational equipment as optional extras.
See C.J. Broom and Sons Ltd at http://www.broomboats.com/