Brush the cobwebs away with the new Broom 35 Coupe

Broom has been one of the main players in the aft cabin market for decades. The 35 Coupe is a step back to their roots with an aft cockpit design that offers a completely different configuration. The 35 Coupe allows you to enjoy life on the water in a modern, comfortable and practical way. If you know their boats well, you will recognise the DNA of Broom in the 35 Coupe, but you will be impressed by their new developments. If you don’t know Broom yet, now is a very good time to find out.

Broom 35 Coupe

The 35 Coupe represents a new vision of space and on board living. The sleek exterior design shares an elegant partnership with the stylish and practical interior. The cabins, heads, saloon and galley all have more storage than you would expect on a boat that is 35’ in length. With a range of engine sizes on shaft drive, there is a specification to suit your boating requirement.

Broom 35 Coupe

With the glass bi-fold saloon doors and sliding canopy system open, the movable seats arranged around the table for evening dinner, lit by the soft fading sunlight, you realise the 35 Coupe is a perfect place to un-wind and relax. With a change in the weather you can choose to dine ‘al fresco’ protected by full canvas enclosure.

Broom 35 Coupe

On entering the forward owner’s cabin, you will firstly be surprised by the central island double berth. In front of you, the forward facing panoramic window shows a view of the waterway and large opening skylights show the skies above. The Saloon features a quality sprung base sofa bed system on the standard layout for your occasional guests. For additional berths on board, choose the optional side cabin with its bunk arrangement, side windows and good stowage areas.

Broom 35 Coupe

The contemporary heads compartment features an Avonite surround to the wash basin, mixer tap, stowage locker and toilet; creating a spacious atmosphere. The large separate shower compartment, complete with teak seating will allow you to shower in comfort. All areas of the interior are finished in Broom’s renowned quality timberwork and contemporary furnishings. Walls and ceilings are trimmed with custom developed linings and complementary luxurious fabrics can be selected from the Broom Interior Design range.

Broom 35 Coupe

Isolation is a thing of the past with the galley open to the cockpit offering views of the waters beyond. Whether in the marina or setting off on a new discovery, the galley blends with the saloon furniture as the oven, hob & fridge are all built-in. When the weather turns, close the bi-fold doors and electric glass roof, place the movable seats with the sofa, turn on the heating and settle in to watch your favourite film on the integrated Bose® home entertainment system.

Broom 35 Coupe

The ergonomic console has been carefully laid out for safe and relaxing cruising, with excellent all-round visibility and sight of engine instruments and navigational aids. Passengers and crew also benefit from clear forward vision and comfortable seating when underway. When close quarter manoeuvring the side door opens fully to allow the helmsman to communicate with on deck crew. Integrated chart stowage, cup holders and hand holds ensure comfort and convenience.

Broom 35 Coupe

The layout of the deck is designed to ensure the safety of you and your guests of all ages in all kinds of weather. There is access from the side of the cockpit with copious safety rails and handholds. The side decks run outboard to the foredeck area with a reduced slip surface and substantial safety rails. At the bow, a recessed chain locker maintains the clear working area and a comfortable safe seating position offers the perfect place to admire the uncluttered deck lines when at rest.

Broom 35 Coupe

A deep, clear, teak laid bathing platform provides a safe boarding area with its integrated telescopic swim ladder. The transom seats slide and pivot to offer the choice of forward or rear facing views and the cockpit extension enables you to enjoy dining or lazing in the sun.

Broom owner views at the ILBC www.worldsportsboats.ning.com

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