Broom 345

Boat Name: Barella IV
Current Price: £114,000 inc Vat
Engine Fuel: Diesel
Location: Windsor, United Kingdom

The accommodation on the Broom 345 provides a full size owner's aft cabin with a double berth, ensuite toilet & shower, a spacious, comfortable saloon leading to a functional galley. Forward is the guest cabin with two single berths with the forward toilet conveniently located for access from this cabin & the saloon.

She is fitted with a bow thruster to aid manoeuverability.

Eberspächer warm air heating throughout the cabins & cockpit facilitates enjoyable time afloat throughout the seasons.

Re-engined in 2004 with twin Yanmar 260hp DLTP Turbo Diesel engines

Serviced annually

Camshaft belts replaced per service schedule & raw water pumps refurbished with new seals / impellers by Broom Marine Services 2014.

New carpets & curtains 2015

Propellers cleaned & balanced 2015

New seacocks to engines 2017

Boat Safety Scheme Certificate Expires 20th July 2018

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Beam: 3.8
Maximum Draft: 1.04


Total Power: 520
Total Engines: 2
Year Built: 2004
Engine Power: 520


Fresh Water Tanks: 1(318)
Fuel Tanks: 2(455)


Number of twin berths: 2
Number of double berths: 1
Number of cabins: 3
Number of heads: 2



The deck arrangement is both & practical & safe.. The crew can walk right around the deck all on one level with easy access to mooring cleats, anchor winch & boarding spaces. The fore deck can accommodate sun bathing cushions. 

  • Stainless steel deck rails with opening each side & at transom
  • Stainless steel grab rails
  • 6 deck cleats
  • Electric windlass
  • Anchor & 30m of chain (self stowing)
  • Stainless steel fender baskets
  • Rope hangers
  • Transom ladder
  • Bathing platform
  • Snap davit system
  • Stainless steel outboard stowage bracket
  • Mooring lines
  • 10 fenders
  • Horseshoe lifebuoy

Located on the aft deck, protected by carefully designed curved screens, the control of the boat is simplified & enhanced by the excellent all round vision & well laid out instruments & controls. The helmsman's seat is fully adjustable to accommodate different cruising modes. Navigation aids are accommodated convenient to the helmsman in a secure lockable area, whilst chart space is provided under a perspex retaining cover. Complete protection is provided by a two part folding hood. The forward part makes a sprayhood whilst the aft section encloses the whole cockpit area.

  • Raymarine C120 Chart Plotter/Radar
  • Garmin GPSMAP 451S Colour Chart Plotter/Fishfinder-Depth
  • Autohelm ST7000 Autopilot
  • Autohelm ST30 Speed & Depth
  • Standard Horizon VHF DSC Radio with AIS 2014
  • NASA Battery Meter
  • Durite Master Battery Remote Switch 2016
  • Halyard Exhaust Alarms
  • Rudder Indicator
  • Compass
  • Vetus Bow Thruster
  • Trim Tabs
  • Hydraulic Steering
  • 2 fuel gauges
  • 2 engine hour meters
  • 2 electric windscreen wipers
  • Electric horn

The striking aft deck cockpit  comprises of independent helm & navigator seats, there is virtually all round designer seating with a provision for a table clear of the access area. The mast is easy to lower allowing passage under quite low bridges. 

  • Folding radar arch with gas strut assist
  • New canopy with beige lining 2016
  • New cockpit teak extending table 2016
  • Heating outlet
  • Jabsco remote spotlight
  • Navigation lights
  • SEAME radar alert



The saloon is entered by an offset staircase with a substantial grab rail which not only gives security when used at sea but also maximises the space to allow for a large 'U' shaped settee which can also be used as an occasional berth. Opposite the settee on the port side is a sideboard which provides spaces for glasses & bottles. In the forward corner is an individual chair. 

  • Flat screen TV & DVD player with 12v aerial/booster
  • Opening windows

The Broom 345 boasts a well designed, functional galley. Hot water is provided by a calorifier which has it's own immersion heater.

  • Corian work surface
  • 3 burner gas hob
  • Self ignition oven
  • Twin stainless steel sinks with hot & cold pressurised water
  • Fridge
  • Microwave
  • Extractor fan
  • Lockers
  • Cupboards
  • Front screen 'Breeze' pleated blinds system
  • Opening window

Privacy for guests or crew members is provided with the head located adjacent to the fore cabin.

  • Electric toilet fed by fresh water to holding tank or sea pump out
  • Basin
  • Mirror
  • Vanity cuboard
  • Towel rail
  • Toilet paper holder
  • Toothbrush & glass holder



By offsetting the access door the double berth is accommodated in the centre, leaving generous space around three sides. There are two wardrobes & plenty of shelf & locker space. A distinct feature is the escape hatch which is built into the transom to form a large window providing plenty of light & ventilation as required as well as additional opening windows.



The en suite comprises of an toilet, basin & shower - the whole compartment is lined with in easy to clean surfaces.

  • Electric toilet fed by fresh water 
  • Basin
  • Shower cubicle
  • Vanity cupboard
  • Mirror
  • Towel rail
  • Toilet paper holder
  • Toothbrush & glass holder
  • Opening window

The fore cabin is spacious, light & airy with two generous size single berths. There is a wardrobe on the port side & storage lockers under both berths. Shelves run the full length of the cabin over the berths. Ventilated by opening windows.

  • Invertor 1500/3000 watt
  • 3 sets of batteries
  • remote battery isolating switches
  • Calorifier water heater with 240 volt immersion heater
  • 240 shore power
  • 240 connection lead
  • LED lighting
  • Entire system by circuit breakers
  • Solar panel charging domestics
  • 4 x 240 volt plug points
  • Fire extinguishers x 4
  • Automatic fire extinguisher
  • 2 engine bay heaters on thermostat
  • Electric bilge pump
  • Manual bilge pump
  • Broom 345 Manual
  • Engine Manual
  • All Equipment Manuals


Whilst every care has been taken in their preparation, the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. The particulars are intended only as a guide and they do not constute a term of any contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropiate to have the vessel surveyed and inspected, trialled and tested.