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1937 Brooke Marine 32ft Tsdy Photo Details
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1937 Brooke Marine 32ft Tsdy

Condition: used
Length: 31
Hull: Wood
Fuel: Diesel

Boat name brooke engines engine 1: engine/fuel type: diesel woodrolfe brokerage 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. Inventory construction built in 1937. Wooden carvel construction of oregon pine on oak with oak floors and keelson and cast iron ballast keel. Cream painted topsides and decks, centre wheelhouse with accommodation for 4 in 2 cabins. Builder: brooke marine. Dimensions: loa 31' 2" (9.5m) beam 9' 10" (3.0m) lwl (9.5m) draft 3' 11" (1.2m) headroom displacement ballast engine: twin bmc commander 2.2 litre diesel inboard engines. 210 litre fuel tank with a consumption per hour of around 4 to 5 litres per engine. Shaft drive to 2 x 3 blade fixed propellers. Cruising speed is around 8 knots with a maximum speed of around 10 knots. 4 x new 12v batteries (2013). Fuel & water: fuel capacity 210 litres in 3 fuel tanks freshwater 300 litres in 2 tanks deck gear: guardrails, full 3 part winter cover, wheel steering in wheelhouse, plough 15kg main anchor with chain and warp, simpson lawrence manual anchor windlass, skylight and hatch covers, boat hook, mooring warps and 6 fenders. Safety gear: manual fire extinguishers, manual bilge pump, electric bilge pump. Navigation equipment: brass compass, echo pilot combined echo sounder and log, compact sx25 vhf radio, fm/am radio, garmin 128 gps, bronze navigation lights and steaming light. Domestic equipment: she is fitted with an eberspacher hot air diesel fired heating system. Colin frake faversham stove. 240 volt ringmain. Her galley forward has a flavel wayfarer gas burner with 2 burners, oven and grill, coolmatic refrigerator, various pots, pans, cutlery and crockery, pressurised hot and cold water supply to the sink is from around 300 litre fixed water tanks. Hot water is via engine calorifier. Her separate heads compartment has a blakes marine toilet and washbasin. Approx 250 litres holding tank. Green fabric upholstery with curtains and some carpets. Accommodation: she has 2 single berths in her separate aft cabin and 2 single berths in her separate forward cabin. Remarks: brooke' was built in 1937 by brooke marine of lowestoft as a prototype estuary and river cruiser, and to a smaller configuration than brooke cruisers built previously. Construction is of oregon pine on oak and originally numix' engines were fitted. Subsequently twin bmc commander diesel engines were installed driving through borg warner velvet-drives'. Until 1939 brooke' was the builder's demonstator. At the onset of wwii, she was chartered to the royal navy, then purchased outright in 1941, before being shipped as deck cargo to south australia where it is understood she undertook war service as a support vessel to the australian navy flying boat squadron. At the end of the war she was returned to england and purchased back by brooke marine. She remained with the family company until sold into private ownership. In the late 1950's her then owner re-engined the boat and re-named her icarus ii'. She remained under that name and through a succession of private owners until purchased by the previous owner in november 1997. icarus ii' was road-transported to burnham on crouch and then, undercover, subject to a comprehensive restoration taking until may 2000. After re-launch (and now reverted to her original name), brooke' cruised the east coast before locating to the thames. Her current owner purchased in 2011 and has installed new fresh water pumps, a colin frake faversham stove, her engines have been serviced and the eberspacher heater has been removed, rebuilt then reinstalled. She is a delightful classic.

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