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Dimensions

LOA - 12.7 metres

Beam - 4.12 metres

Maximum Draft - 1.3 metres

Engines

No. Of Engines - 2

Fuel Type - diesel

Power - 370 horsepower / 370 horsepower

Year Built - 2005

Accommodation

Number of Double Berths - 1

Number of Cabins - 2

Number of Heads - 2

Number of Bathrooms - 1

Year

Year Built - 2005

LOA - 12.7 metres

Beam - 4.12 metres

Maximum Draft - 1.3 metres

Total Power - 370 horsepower / 370 horsepower

Total Engines - 2

Year Built - 2005

Number of Double Berths - 1

Number of Cabins - 2

Number of Heads - 2

Number of Bathrooms - 1

Year Built - 2005

Boat Details

The 415 was a further development in the long line of aft cabin family size sea going motor cruisers that Brooms progressively developed and refined over the past years. The 415 is a powerful, fast offshore cruiser capable of speeds of up to 30 knots. The spacious interior provides very comfortable, live-aboard facilities for extensive cruising.

 

Aft Cabin

  • The aft cabin of any Broom boat is impressive, but with the 415 more space has been created by having the access door to the port side, giving more floor and wardrobe space.
  • There is an en-suite toilet plus a separate shower compartment to the side of the large central double berth.
  • An opening window is fitted in the transom, which provides plenty of light and also acts as an escape hatch. Forward Cabin
    • A self-contained spacious cabin with wardrobe, dressing table, drawers and an abundance of shelf space.
  • Forward Toilet
    • A large toilet facility, placed adjacent to the fore cabin, incorporates a toilet, washbasin and vanity unit.
  • The essential part of any serious cruising boat is the galley, and with the 415 Brooms have incorporated their many years experience, ensuring that this is an easy-to-work area with this craft having a large area on port & Starboard.
  • There is an Avonite work surface, plus a hob, grill and oven, 2 x refrigerators one with freezer compartment, stainless steel sinks, storage lockers, refuse bin, extractor fan and cutlery drawer, washing machine, Microwave.
  • The 415 deck layout combines the highest aesthetic and practical considerations of luxury cruising.
  • The Broom 415 really does make the most use of the aft deck area for both in-harbour living and offshore comfort.
  • The all-round transom seating with aft facing athwartship seats surround the table, which provides plenty of scope for enjoying the outdoor life.
  • Good access is provided to the bathing platform with built in steps and the aft sundeck, transom steps and bathing platform have teak decking.
  • At the helm position there are three forward facing seats with a chiller draw/fridge under the seat and the aft deck area has storage facilities for gas cylinders, as well as life-raft and ropes.
  • The side decks are wide with a moulded in tread, and in addition, the strong all-round stainless steel deck rails provide for safe and easy boat handling.
  • With excellent all-round vision, protected by stylish curved screen, the centrally positioned the helmsman really is in command with the 415.
  • There is a chart area in front of helm, with navigation position.
  • The whole front section or the hood, that fits to the hinged mast and attaches to the screen with simple clamps.
  • The aft section of the hood is extended to enclose the whole of the aft deck area.
  • Spray hood with zipped doorway
  • Full width mast arch, hinged to lower
  • 8 Heavy duty mooring bollards
  • Bruce anchor in self-stowing bow roller
  • 15 Fathoms of calibrated anchor chain
  • Electric anchor winch with dual control
  • Mains shoreline with 240 volt main ring
  • Electric horn
  • 2 Screen wipers
  • Screen washers
  • VHF radio with aerial
  • Echo sounder
  • Speed and distance recorder
  • 2 Compasses
  • 2 Fuel gauges
  • Clock and barometer
  • Fresh water gauge
  • Automatic fire extinguisher in engine room
  • 3 Hand-held fire extinguishers
  • Fire blanket
  • 2 Electric bilge pumps
  • 1 Hand bilge pump
  • Boat hook
  • Transom boarding ladder
  • Hydraulic steering system
  • Full set navigation lights
  • Mast deck lights
  • Radio CD player in deck lounge
  • 1 Lifebouy
  • 6 Mooring ropes
  • 6 Fenders
  • 2 Large ball fenders
  • Fender baskets
  • Ensign staff
  • 2 Shaver points
  • 1 240 volt plug socket in each cabin
  • Battery charger linked to shoreline
  • Battery state indicator
  • Rudder indicator
  • 2 Sea toilets
  • 2 Showers
  • 1 Refrigerator
  • Hot air ducted heating system to each cabin
  • Gas hob and oven
  • Gas cylinders
  • Galley extractor fan
  • Calorifier Water heater with 240 volt immersion heater
  • Transom bathing platform
  • Stainless steel staunchion rails all round
  • Cover for lower front screens
  • Tinted glass in windows (except upper screens)
  • Stainless steel frames fitted to upper screen, entrance door, and hull ports
  • Antifouling (with hull primed first)
  • Deck seats with cushions
  • Covers for deck seats
  • Teak lay on aft deck
  • Provision for liferaft stowage
  • Table on aft deck
  • Ventilation for each cabin

New Canopy May 2023.

New domestic batteries 2023

New Engine Batteries 2022

2 X New 7" Raymarine Plotters 2023

New Raymarine Autopilot & EV System April 2023

New Raymarine Quantum Radar 2022

Serviced May 2022

Antifouled May 2022

New Anodes May 2022

Freshwater toilet fitted aft.

Heating to all cabins with separate system to cockpit.

Electric   Hydraulic Radar Arch.

A very well appointed saloon area has a large U shaped seating with table to the starboard side.

On the port side has a full length sideboard with lots of cupboard and locker space.

A large front screen and opening side windows giving light and air into the cabin.

The galley is positioned just forward of the saloon giving easy excess to pass to the table. 

Whilst every care has been taken in there preparation, the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed.  The particulars are intended  only as a guide and they do not constitute a term of any contract.  A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate to have the vessel fully surveyed, inspected and sea or river trialed depending on location of the boat 

Please contact  David Taylor on 07803 430880 or Paul on 07768 621006

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