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Broomstick, G 4152
last update: 2021
1992 Plan Simonis, built by ? in South Africa, LOA: 70'

 

1992 December, launched

1993 "Cape to Rio Official program",

9 January, Cap To Rio Race, 1st on line honors and new record 15d02h: ?e/? Class A
Mars "Regate",


June "Multihulls",

November "Yachting World"

1994 May "Yachting World",

"Sydney Hobart Yacht Race, Official Programme",

Epson Broomstick,
26 December, Sydney Hobart Race,5th on line honours 2d21h00': 24e/236 corrected time 2d17h46', A BEILBY, NSW

Broomstick,
1995
March "Yachting World",

1996 April "Yachting World", ?? hull Number 2

2001 Converted for charter tours in Australia

2003 July, Audi Sydney-Gold Coast Race, 384 NM, elapsed time 1d13h43': 4e/??, Michael Cranich & Ray Wallace, NSW

2004 July, Audi Sydney-Gold Coast Race, 384 NM: DNF, Sail damage - arrived Coffs Harbour, , Michael Cranich & Ray Wallace

Broomstick, KA 9451

Picture from Gypsy Travel website,

2021 From Internet: "Join the Broomstick maxi-yacht for a fantastic 3-night sailing adventure to the stunning Whitsunday Islands (NW Australia). With 22 metres of deck space, she offers ample space for socialising, relaxing, and sunbathing as you cover at least 100km around the islands. Stops include up to a whole day at the world-famous white sands and clear blue waters of Whitehaven Beach, snorkeling at the fringing coral reefs of the northern Whitsundays, and bushwalking to get up close with nature. This itinerary is perfect for guests who have a little more time to spare to relax and want to spend 4 full days exploring the magnificent islands. If weather permits there is also the option to visit the outer reef to experience some of the most pristine snorkeling in the world!"