In 1952, Walter Boesch, Jakob Boesch’s son, developed the Type 500, the first series model for a fast motorboat. Series production began in 1954; production of sailboats was discontinued in 1956. By the end of the 1950s, there was a range of types with the B500, B560 and B640 models.
In the early 1970s, wooden boats increasingly became a niche product. Boesch’s boats were then built larger and more luxurious. As a result, the Daycruiser 720, Boesch’s first boat suitable for coastal use, was launched in 1975. The propulsion was optimized with a bump rudder and new coating materials were introduced with epoxy resin. In 1971, the third generation joined the company with the sons Klaus and Urs Boesch and the production facilities were moved to a new building in Sihlbrugg.
The 1978 Boesch 590 Acapulco is an amazing sport motorboat that you can use for water skiing and water sports. A boat for any family who wants to make day trips and enjoy their summer vacation.
This boat has always been professionally maintained and serviced in a boat repair shop.
This Boesch 590 was hand built from mahogany at Boesch on Lake Zurich and it runs with the precision of a Swiss watch. An unparalleled combination of traditional boatbuilding skills and modern marine engineering.
Thermo Electron type 260, year of manufacture: 1978, power: 191.2 kW, shaft drive, fuel: gasoline
Last demonstration date: 2019, carburetor overhauled in 2016
Boarding aid on backboard side, the upholstery in turquoise with light brown gives the boat a very unique character, teak grating instead of posters on the berth the boat was used almost exclusively for water skiing.
The trailer is included in the auction
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