Explore Europe's inland waterways in style with virtually no limitations
Our world renowned design and expertise has led us to create the Broom 30 Coupe - a luxurious cruiser built to explore the Inland waterways of Europe in comfort and style. With its folding windscreen and arch assembly, the Broom 30 Coupe offers comprehensive access of Europe's waterways which can sometimes be restricted by low bridges and height restrictions. With a minimum air draught of just 2.2m it offers great accessibility for such a spacious boat.
New for 2014, the optional hardtop version offers extra protection against the elements. It features a fully retractable, sliding canvas roof and bonded windscreen with opening inserts.
The contemporary interior is light and airy, offering all on one level living. It features all of the quality of finish, craftsmanship and comfort you have come to expect from a Broom boat, packaged in a practical, compact river cruiser.
Features of the Broom 30 Coupe
Triple skylights across saloon, galley and forward cabin Contemporary interior design throughout Comfortable 'relax and view' seat on foredeck Large bonded windows give light and airy interior Low air draft - ideally suited to inland waterways Luxurious double berth owner's cabin Spacious cockpit for entertaining Integrated steps for side deck access
As an inland model, the standard specification includes a single 60hp Nanni engine in a proven displacement hull, giving a comfortable cruising speed of 8 knots.
It can also features an optional bowthruster for ease of manoeuvring.
Enviable viewing position
In common with our latest models, the Broom 30 Coupe features an integrated foredeck seat, beautifully finished in all-weather upholstery.
This ‘relax and view’ seat provides an ideal spot from which to enjoy the waterways, whilst you cruise.
Beautiful waterways and rivers are made accessible, with a folding windscreen and arch assembly provided as standard.
By giving the boat a minimum air draught of around 2.2m you can comfortably cruise and explore inland, without restrictions.
Meanwhile the optional hardtop version allows complete versatility, with a sheltered driving position, which can be opened up when the weather permits.
The interior of the Broom 30 Coupe is light and airy thanks to twin opening skylights, which span the boat from cabin to companionway.
The forward cabin also features a forward facing window giving generous a view of the water ahead.
Relax in comfort
The layout boasts a comfortable double owner’s cabin forward, with an additional ¾ berth provided by a saloon sofa conversion.
The integrated saloon/galley optimises the available space and links well with the roomy cockpit, which doubles up as extra living space with the provision of optional heating and a folding cockpit canopy.
The luxury touches now synonymous with the Broom family feature heavily throughout the Broom 30 Coupe.
Frameless tinted interior windows, a deck locker for mud weight stowage, synthetic teak decking and teak flooring in the galley are typical Broom 30 Coupe features, normally only associated with much larger models.