This is an excellent example of the Broom 425, meticulously maintained by the current owners with no expense spared. "Mia Vivace" has been well cared for and used regularly. The craft is of extended saloon arrangement with cream leather upholstery making the space very light and airy.
The twin Volvo D6 370 engines propel the vessel to top speed of aprox 28 knots, while the bow thruster ensures manoeuvring with ease.
The craft also benefits from; 4.5kw Fischer Panda generator, holding tank, winter covers, Raymarine NAV equipment, teak decks, built in dehumidifier, hydraulic steering, recent engine service and had been out of water every year. Serviced and berthed at Broom.
Call Broom Boat Sales on 01603 711811 to arrange a viewing or information.
The Broom 425 design incorporates many new features that have been recently developed across the range. Created by Naval architect, Andrew Wolstenholme and our in-house design team headed up by Lucinda Westley. The exterior has our latest concept in styling and incorporates steps both sides of the transom which have proved to be so successful on the Broom 450 and Broom 365. The design makes use of frameless windows and the latest techniques of bonding the windows to the superstructure. The interior provides for a really superior guest cabin with a large shower and toilet compartment. The spacious deck/ saloon has corner seating and a table to port side with chairs being made portable to provide two comfortable dining seats at the main table.
Steps lead down from the cockpit into the large and spacious saloon which is the extended version giving very generous living space.
A large U shaped seating area furnished in cream leather with extending table which doubles up for dining or as an occassional table.Opposite to the seating is two single built in chairs and a side board incorporating the TV, Stereo and generous storage. Large windows with openings make this a light, airy and luxurious cabin. Under the stairs is a built in dehumidifier with seperate darin.
Forward of the saloon down a couple of steps is the galley area. The main galley is positioned to the starboard side which consists of a Smev oven, microwave, large fridge, and extractor fan. There is plenty of storage abve and below the generous work surfaces.
Opposite the galley is extra storage and a second fridge and additional storage.
Further forward is the day heads and ensuite for the forward cabin doors in to both areas. The forward heads consits of a toilet, shower and sink with hot and cold water. This is well proportioned and complimrnts the guest cabin. The forward cabin is a double bed with good hanging and storage space with a large roof hatch to let in light and ventilation.
To the rear of the main saloon is the master cabin.with a large double bed, dressing units either side with hanging lockers and drawers. Large opening windows to the rear which open let in plenty of light and air or double up as an escape hatch.
There is an ensuite from the cabin with toilet and sink with hot and cold water, then a seperate shower cubical on the other side of the cabin.
Engine and domestic batteries have a 12 volt system. Each engine has its own starting battery and both engine and domestic batteries are charged through diode splitters. A 240 volt ring is installed for connecting to shore supply when ordinary domestic equipment can be used. All 240 volt and 12 volt circuits are protected by circuit breakers.
The galley is an easy to use work area complete with stainless steel sink unit with hot and cold water mixer tap. Three burner hob unit with extractor fan, oven and grill. Electric refrigerator. Crockery stowage and cupboards. Cutlery drawer. Easy clean work surfaces. Storage cupboards are provided opposite the galley.
The mouldings are of excellent quality and are produced using hand laid chopped strand mat and woven rovings 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.
Each engine is fitted with full instrumentation, flexible mounts and shaft couplings, water-cooled exhaust and silencer.
The layout provides an easy to use boat when either passing through locks, low bridges or just mooring up, yet also provides comfort and safety when cruising offshore. A major feature of the 425 is the easy and safe access from both sides of the transom with more than adequate safety rails and handholds. The large aft deck area has a door at the aft end for added security. There is also a large dinette seating area with table for outside dining. Teak type decking on the bathing platform and deck steps is provided as standard, together with a boarding ladder.
Full instrumentation with auto alarm systems, water temperature and oil pressure gauges, electric engine stop controls. Engine hour meter, compass, speed and distance recorder, depth sounder. Single lever controls for gear-change and speed control.
Twin Volvo D6 370hp
Raymarine Autopilot 6002 with control head
CD Player Radio
Wind speed direction
Raymarine radarplotter E120 & E80-4Kw dome &125 GPS antenna
VHE - Raymarin 240E
Electric anchor winch
Bowthruster with remote control.