This is possibly one, if not The best Broom 450 that has ever been built. It is a one owner vessel, maintained by us every year, she has been ashore every winter, fully serviced, GRP hull and topsides polished and hull antifouled. The teak decks have been refurbished annually and the craft is as close to new condition as the day she departed from the factory. As the boat is regularly used we recommend booking an appointment to view her to avoid disappointment if she is not here on your arrival to the marina.
Forward Cabin has a double berth with en-suite, wardrobe, lockers, drawers and escape hatch.
Mid Cabin with two single berths fitted to port side.
Galley situated starboard and fully fitted with equipment.
Saloon and Dinette to the centre of craft with U shaped settee, sideboard and dining for 6 people.
Aft Cabin has a very large double berth with en-suite toilet and separate shower also providing large wardrobe and storage units.
Hull Design & Construction The hull is a development of the Broom Offshore marque, refined and perfected over thirty years. The hull and superstructure mouldings are of excellent quality and are produced using hand laid, chopped strand mat and woven roving's in Lloyds approved isopthalic gel coat and resin, over double brushed isopthalic gel coat all but eliminating the risk of osmosis. Substantial transverse and longitudinal stringers are incorporated throughout the hull for strength. The hull and deck joint is both riveted and bonded.
Deck Layout The 450 deck layout develops Brooms trend for making more use of the aft deck for both in-harbour living and cruising comfort. The transom seating surrounds the table to provide plenty of scope for enjoying the outdoor life. There is good access to the bathing platform with built-in steps each side of the boat. The aft sundeck, transom steps and bathing platform have decking for appearance and safety. At the helm position there are three forward facing seats with an adjustable backrest which permits passengers to face either forward to use the navigator position, or aft to allow sociability with those sitting in the aft cockpit area.
Pale teak Interior
Avonite work surfaces in galley
Hot air heating with outlets in each cabin
Shower to forward and aft heads
Electric toilets forward and aft
Black waste tanks to both toilets with deck and through hull discharge
Gas oven in galley
Electric fridge in galley and saloon
Panasonic combi microwave oven/grill
Galley extractor fan
Hot air ducted heating to each cabin
Calorifier hot water system with immersion heater
240 volt ring main with shore power cable
240 volt sockets in each cabin
Battery charger linked to shore line & generator
Stereo system with speakers in cabin and cockpit
Stainless steel frames to all windows
Fender holders to deck rails
Fresh water screen washers
Electric anchor winch
Bruce anchor in self stowing bow holder
Calibrated anchor chain, approx 20 fathoms
Hydraulic mast lowering system
Raymarine ST 60 Log & Depth
Raymarine 240E VHF radio
Raymarine 6001 autopilot
Raymarine C120 Radar with 2KW radome
GPS active aerial
Trim tabs and trim indicators
New aft deck canopy 2016
26" flat screen TV on port sideboard of saloon
Glomex TV aerial
Crockery for 8 in fitted crockery cupboard
Antenna socket and power to each cabin
Full 3 section Teak table to cockpit
Internal blinds to all saloon windows
Leather interior upholstery
Low level lights in cockpit
Automatic fire extinguisher in engine room
2 hand held fire extinguishers
4 electric bilge pumps
1 hand bilge pump
4 mooring warps
Engine room extractor fans
Stainless steel deck rails encompassing vessel
Side access gates amid ships
Heavy duty mooring bollards
Teak laid to aft deck, bathing platform and side decks