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Broom 430

The 430 debuted at Dusseldorf 2014 and was a development of the popular 425. The boat used the latest finishes and technology in a proven semi-displacement hull which performed well at sea and inland. Twin transom steps and wide decks make for easy access and practicality and there was the option of a hardtop with retractable canvas roof. 

Internally the 430 has been radically updated and looks more like a boutique apartment than a boat. The saloon was offered with layout options as well as a choice of fabrics and either a contemporary or classic design style. The aft cabin features an innovative athwartships bed and a chaise longue, beneath a panoramic transom window. The port side washroom features a translucent sliding door and rain-maker shower. The versatile V-berth in the forward cabin comes as standard and easily converts from a double to a twin. In common with other recent models, the 430 favours Volvo’s D series engines and could be supplied with a single 370hp D6 giving a top speed of 18 knots, or more usually with twin engines ranging from 225hp to 440hp.

430 plan with extended saloon
430 plan with split galley
430 plan with dinette
LOA:43ft 3in / 13.2m
Beam:13ft 11in / 4.24m
Draught:3ft 6in / 1.06m
Min. Air Draught:10ft 10in / 3.3m
Hull Form:Semi-displacement
Cruise Speed:20 knots
Max. Speed:29 knots
Fuel Capacity:2 x 138 gals / 628 ltrs
or 1 x 150 gals / 682 ltrs
Water Capacity:100 gals / 454 ltrs
Build Period:2014 – 
Number Built:
Previous Model:425
Successor Model:
Market Value:£430,000-600,000

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