What started 100 years ago with a passion for traditional boat-building and developed continuously over four generations, has now become the epitome of high performance classic mahogany boats. Boesch boats are characterised by an exquisite synthesis of form and function, and strongly prove that there are still things that are perfect.
Boesch boats are not only sumptuously elegant, they are also the delightful outcome of a remarkable design approach defining the benchmark in terms of performance and comfort. The thrill of the Boesch experience is based on a combination of factors: the moderate V profile, the positioning of the engine in the centre of gravity, and a direct drive train to the propeller. This produces perfect trim both in competitive situations and for opulent cruising.
Jaw-dropping performance, intoxicating beauty and natural elegance, a sense of occasion that unleashes your sentiments, along with pure joy in glorious natural settings are all part of your vocabulary.
The quality of these boats is a result of heritage and dedication. That’s why they are Boesch boats. Quite simply, Boesch is here to exceed your expectations and make your dreams a reality.
As one of the world’s finest and most renowned manufacturers it is a privilege for us to represent Boesch both in London and throughout the United Kingdom. On this website I can only offer a taste of this fantastic brand; nonetheless I shall try to give you a flavour of these wonderful boats.
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Managing Director – Grosvenor Yachts
While the company now concentrates solely on power runabouts, for more than two decades it built both power and sail craft including the Star class keelboats. In the 1950’s, Boesch were the sole ski boats used at Geneva, which was then the centre of water-skiing in Europe, and from 1960 through to 1976, and then again in 1981, 1983 and 1991, Boesch were the official tow boats at the World and European water-ski championships.
Boesch started with the purchase of the Treichler & Co. boat yards on Lake Zurich in 1920. In an era when one-off boats were the norm, and fast runabouts a plaything for only the well-to-do, company founder Walter Boesch set his sights on improving hull designs that increased performance and efficiency. He also developed construction techniques that retained traditional materials and finish yet enabled the company to increase production to meet their growing popularity. Renowned for their outstanding stability, manoeuvrability, and the low, constant wake, these boats were to develop a genuine uniqueness.
Now under the stewardship of Markus Boesch, son of Klaus and Doris Boesch, this family company has continued to go from strength to strength. As a member of the 4th generation, he ensures the consistency and tradition of the way in which Boesch boats are manufactured.