February 24, 2010

New Model: Broom 450 Mk.II

British Broom continue to update and redevelop its models, presenting the second generation of the 450 with the new Mark.II series launched during the London boat show. The new Broom 450 Mk.II is recognizable in the outside thanks to all round frame less windows. Inside Broom sticks to the very British aft cabin concept but took also the opportunity to present a new look interior, redesigned seating arrangement for the aft deck, and control position. The 450 Mk.II follows its predecessor offering one of the most spacious for a thirteen metres motor cruiser interior with a twin or triple cabin choice, featuring a spacious aft located master stateroom difficult to find in similar sizes. Standard interior furniture fitting is in pale teak. The 450 Mk.II can be powered by engines from small Volvo D6 310hp a choice ideal for canal users, up to the more sea friendly optional of twin 500hp.
Technical Data:
LOA - 13.7 m (45ft)
Deck Length - 13 m
Waterline Length - 11 m
Beam - 4.6 m
Draft - 1.2 m
Fuel Capacity - 2 x 909 l
Water Capacity - 590 l
Accommodation - 6 berths in 3 cabins
Engines - 2 x Volvo D6 310hp, D9 500hp, Yanmar 6LYE-ETP 480hp
Propulsion - line shaft