Introduced in 2011, the 370 was the new entry level model in the aft cabin range. Based on Andrew Wolstenholme’s design for the 365, the 370 has a medium ‘V’ planing hull with a shallow keel which allows higher cruising speeds whilst retaining good low speed handling. The folding radar arch gives flexibility for inland cruising. Easy step access on both sides of the transom and Broom’s customary wide decks make the 370 a safe boat to handle and the extension of the cockpit in line with the transom maximises outdoor seating and socialising space. Bonded windows and a saloon skylight give the boat a light and airy feel.
The contemporary interior features a port side chaise and a pop up TV, with extensive stowage hidden inside as well as beneath the teak galley floor. The master cabin aft enjoys panoramic views from the enlarged rear window and a boutique style washroom with counter top sink and avonite surfaces. The forward cabin is offered with a choice of V or double offset berth.
The 370 was normally fitted with a choice of Volvo’s D series engines from 85hp to 660hp, in single or twin engine configuration.
|LOA:||37ft 7in / 11.46m|
|Beam:||12ft 4in / 3.78m|
|Draught:||3ft 4in / 1.02m|
|Min. Air Draught:||10ft 8in / 3.25m|
|Cruise Speed:||15-18 knots|
|Max. Speed:||25-30 knots|
|Fuel Capacity:||2 x 110 gals / 500ltr|
|Water Capacity:||87 gals / 361ltr|
|Build Period:||2011 –|
|Previous Model:||Broom 365|
|Market Value:||£300,000 – 375,000|