Just a note from an agents that I used for my boat.
I understand that these BB's are being made in Poland
to UK standards.
We are pleased to announce that the Broadblue
range will now include the 10 metre cruising catamaran
previously sold as the Voyager 10. This innovative and well priced catamaran
will join the Broadblue
line up as the Broadblue 345, allowing the brand to include the inland water
ways of Europe
in it's itinerary of regular cruising grounds, permitting a different and more leisurely route
to the warm Mediterranean
So for 2010 the Broadblue catamaran line-up now looks like this:
A well engineered, incredibly space efficient design small enough to make a passage
through the French canals but big enough for Category A RCD status and to have 2 metre standing headroom
throughout the boat. Built to a very high specification and incorporating many features not found in much larger catamarans, this easily handled family
cruiser is now in series production – ask us for a test sail!!
The most well established of the Broadblue range – the 385 has now sold in volume numbers and is in active service
on both sides of the Atlantic – and the first circumnavigation
is currently underway! At a little under 40 foot long, she handles open sea conditions exceptionally well and has a surprising turn of speed when needed. With her mast
stepped aft on the coach roof the combination of smaller main-sail and larger headsail area allows shorthanded or even single
handed sail changes to be easily and quickly achieved, without needing to leave the safety
of the cockpit
. This gives a vast advantage and peace of mind for husband and wife teams sailing as long-distance sailors. This boat has excellent accommodation with a high specification light oak finish and superb bespoke joinery to the interior
. The hull
design incorporates high fine entry bows giving this boat a superb sea kindly and dry ride. An excellent choice for the sail-away couple.
The largest of the Broadblue range, the 435 combines all the sought-after features you would expect from a hand built catamaran. It has style, pace and grace and with its slanted hull-side port lights, huge galley
and luxurious master cabin
it represents all of the characteristics for which Broadblue have become well known. In addition, this boat is still able to offer high fine entry bows and slim elegant hulls giving superb sailing performance and a smooth, dry ride. The standard specification now includes a full GRP bimini
, an electric halyard winch
and 40hp engines as well as the usual Broadblue brand features of excellent joinery, accomplished style and owner choice regarding interior
layout and features.
For more info or to book a test sail on any of the models please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
sole UK agents for Broadblue.