Broom Owners Club

Broom 345 OS

Martinique
Martinique

Designed by Andrew Wolstenholme, the 345 was the smallest model in the Offshore range. The enclosed cockpit provides a sheltered seating area, and there is all round deck access with only a slight incline to the stern. The early models had a “wrap-around” front windscreen and side windows, although later models reverted to the more traditional GRP framed windows.

The interior layout is similar to the 35 CL, with the staircase to the aft cabin on the port side and the ensuite toilet and shower sharing a combined stall to starboard. Forward, the second heads is opposite the galley and also serves the forward V-berth guest cabin.

Typical engine configuration for the 345 is twin 220HP Mercruisers or 230HP to 250HP Yanmars.

345 plan
LOA:34ft 10in / 10.6m
Beam:12ft 4in / 3.8m
Draught:3ft 3in / 1.04m
Min. Air Draught:10ft 8in / 3.26m
Hull/Deck:GRP
Hull Form:Planing
Cruise Speed:20 knots
Max. Speed:26 knots
Fuel Capacity:gals / ltr
Water Capacity:gals / ltr
Build Period:1996 – 2001
Number Built:14
Previous Model:33
Successor Model:365
Market Value:£120,000 – 180,000

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