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Lot 36: Boesch 530 Competition, Model Year 1983
29 October 2016
Berlin, Berlin, GermanyLive Auction
Boesch, model year 1983
1 Engine Boesch Crusader V8 5.7 Liter Engine, shaftdrive
Length: 530 cm; Width: 210 cm
Depth: 65 cm
Hours of operation: n.s.
Dry weight: 1050 kg
Fuel tank capacity: n.s.
Permitted number of people: n.s.
Interieur: Leather, Mahogany
Extras: Removable lawn for sunbathing
TÜV und H-Certification (Historic)
Special conditions: 17,95 % buyer's premium including VAT.
Preview, collection and storage conditions: see auction announcements
A beautiful Mahogany boat in Riva-style.
The paint finish/underwater hull are new (original Boesch). The drive, respectively the shaft and propeller are new (original Boesch). All fittings and protective bands are new or refurbished (Boesch). The engine was overhaulled and converted to fuel injection (BSO 2). Two new boat covers for port and transport (Boesch). The electrics and instruments have been overhauled (Boesch). The Windshield (Boesch) and Trailer (Steinbeck) are new. The timber in the hull was changed (Boesch).
New leather covering of the interior incl. new driver's seat (Boesch).
In 1920, Jakob Boesch took over the Teichler & Co. Shipyard on lake Zürich which formed the basis of the family business. In addition to reconditioning and repair work, they manufactured row, sail and motor boats through commission work. In the early 50’s the breakthrough came with the first production series and by the end of the 50’s Boesch possessed 3 models, The 500, 560 and 640. In the 70’s, the company discovered the niche market of wooden boatbuilding. This included the new 530 and 680 series, whose development was assumed to be between 1977-1981. The Type 530 was manufactured between 1980-1998 from fine woods, such as mahogany and maple.
Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.
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