For sale, 1994 Broom Ocean 31. 'Perfect Match' is a well presented example of this popular twin engine cruiser. Kept on the upper Thames by its present owner since 2003.
Builder Broom Boats (Brundall) / Aquafibre Ltd
Yard No B031/18
Length 9.44m 31'
Beam 3.47m 11' 4"
Draft 0.87m 2'9"
Fuel Capacity 60 Gallons 273 :L
Water Capacity 80 Gallons 364 L
Engine Volvo Penta MD22 59hp Diesel on shaft drive
Bilge pump x 1
Lighting 12v / 240v
Fire Extinguishers Manual and Automatic
Cabins 2 V- Berth Fwd, Double aft..
WC 2 -1 x Electric 1 x Manual
Galley U- Shaped design with 4 x ring gas hob, oven and grill. Fridge.
Fire Extinguishers 5 x Dry Powder, Fire Blanket in galley.
Heating Eberspacher warm air.
Water heating Calorifier and Immersion
Water Electric pressurised system.
Autohelm ST30 Depth & Log VHF Radio
Anchor, chain/rope and Electric Winch.
240v Shore Support
Perfect Match has had four owners from new and has been with the present owner for 14 years. During this time it has been moored on their home mooring on the Thames, but is now offered for sale as they are moving to another pert of the country.
The boat has cruised to France in 2004 and Holland in 2010.
Last service 2016 by the owner, and previously in 2015.
The vessel is currently ashore for anti-fouling.
Last survey October 2003 in Wargrave.
Boat Safety Certificate valid until 2021
We are pleased to be able to offer discounted moorings for the first year at Shepperton Marina for all boats purchased through our Boat Showrooms brokerage office.
For this boat an annual mooring with power would be £3527.10 including VAT and the discount, saving £343.90!
The company normally only acts as a broker for the Vendor who, unless otherwise stated, is not selling in the course of a business. Whilst every care has been taken in the preparation of these particulars, the correctness is not guaranteed and they are intended as a guide only and do not constitute as a part of any contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check these particulars and where appropriate, and at his own expense, to employ a qualified Marine Surveyor to carry out a survey.