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An exquisite synthesis of form and function...
What started with a passion for traditional boat-building and developed continuously over four generations, has now become the epitome of high performance classic mahogany boats.
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 boats are not only sumptuously elegant and timeless, they are also the outcome of a prestigious design approach defining the benchmark in terms of performance and comfort. The exclusively 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.
These exclusive Boesch Century Edition boats celebrate decades of sumptuous boat building with their gold-painted engines, gauges created by IWC Schaffhausen and gold waterlines. Inside these 20 limited boats produced for the anniversary edition you can find the Boesch Century Edition emblem and a numbered plaque unique to each boat.
The spacious Boesch 710 De Luxe offers pure luxury. It‘s the largest single engine Boesch runabout and its cockpit comfortably accommodates up to seven people.
Manoeuvring this boat is a sheer pleasure, and so is taking it out for an extended spin. The classically sleek hull conceals a brawny yet smooth V8 engine that interacts with the famous Boesch Horizon Gliding; feature to make the Boesch 710 De Luxe a powerful ski boat with an exhilarating wake and unexcelled handling characteristics.
These boats can be built with a variety of cockpit layouts to suit your needs. Alternatively, this boat can be semi-customised or fully-customised to create a bespoke and personal boat, luxury yacht tender or chase boat.
• CE-certified, design category C
• Length (hull): 7.10m
• Length overall (transom swim platform down): 7.50m
• Beam (hull): 2.36m
• Beam overall: 2.40m
• Draft: 0.62m
• Weight: 1650kg
• Top speed: 74km/h (40kn)
• Tank capacity: 175L
• Costa Brava Package
The 710 Costa Brava de Luxe is the largest single-engine Boesch runabout; it will also impress you with a unique innovation. In boats with conventional shaft drives, prop backwash affects manoeuvrability. That downside is eliminated by the retractable bow rudder of the 710 Costa Brava de Luxe: it offers unprecedented mooring control.
Manoeuvring this boat is a sheer pleasure, and so is taking it out for an extended spin, of course. The classically sleek hull conceals a brawny yet smooth V8 engine that interacts with the famous Boesch Horizon Gliding feature to make the 710 Costa Brava de Luxe a grand and powerful ski boat with an exhilarating wake and unexcelled handling characteristics.
The 710 Costa Brava de Luxe is a mahogany vessel that proudly reflects the traditions of classic boatbuilding. Visually, it is a sibling of the popular 750 Portofino de Luxe.
Its cockpit comfortably accommodates up to 7 people and features numerous innovations. For instance, the adjustable 2 passenger bench has a folding backrest for forward or skier observation seating, and it even converts into an extra bunk. Thanks to the air cushioned 2 way adjusting seat, the pilot’s view is unobstructed at all times.
Despite this boat’s sport appeal, it leaves nothing to be desired in terms of comfort: the refrigerator, integrated on the starboard side of the cockpit, is easily accessible from the top. The mahogany table with the glassholders is great for socialising. The convertible top mounts in seconds to protect everyone against wind and weather. There is plenty of storage space up front as well as adjacent to and behind the engine. The 710 Costa Brava de Luxe stands for the ultimate in boatbuilding artistry.
Ilmor MV-8 engine 5.7L with catalyst technique, 239kW (320Hp) with ZF45A-Drive 1.26:1 Gear Reduction Ratio. Certified for EU Directive 2013/53. This engine is also compliant with the BSO2 standard for single engine.
• 1 Tachometer with separate digital display
• 1 Exhaust silencer
• 1 Engine coolant temperature gauge
• 1 Voltmeter
• 1 Oil pressure gauge
• 1 Fuel gauge
• 1 Engine hour meter
• 1 VDO speedometer sumlog
• 1 Electric clock
• 2 12 V batteries 100 Ah with cover
• 1 Dual searchlight in the bow
• 2 Navigation lights
• 1 Top light
• 1 Portable lamp with cable
• 1 Signal horn
• 1 Spark protected engine fan
• 1 Electrical power outlet in the dashboard
• 1 Electromagnetic fuel shutoff valve
• 1 Ignition key lock with ignition and park positions
• 1 Illuminated compass
• 1 Master circuit breaker
• 1 Coolbox
• 1 Combination paddle/boat hook
• 1 Paddle
• 1 Special anchor
• 1 Anchor line, 20m
• 2 Mooring lines
• 1 Life buoy with rope attached
• 1 Fog horn
• 1 Distress flag
• 1 Flagstaff with Boesch pennant
• 1 Aft flagstaff
• 4 Fenders
• 1 Fuel dip stick
• 1 Owner’s manual
• 1 Tool kit
• 1 Fire extinguisher 2kg
• 1 Tow eye in the bow
• 1 Large luxury panorama windshield
• Luxury upholstery and carpets
• Chrome-plated bronze hardware
• 1 Lockable glove compartment
• 1 Electric bilge pump
• Automatic fire-extinguishing system in motor compartment
• Boat cover with supports and wire
• Transom swim platform cover
• All weather storage and trailer transport cover
• Light boat cover for dry storage with access flap
• Aft cockpit awning (walk-through)
• Teak cockpit floor
• Speed control
• GPS Simrad with depth sounder
• Aft railing
• Ski tow pylon
• Boesch release
• Wakeboard pylon adapter
• Wakeboard pylon
• Panoramic rear-vision mirror
• Stereo radio Fusion 70 DAB with electric antenna and 4 loudspeakers
• Long fender
• Jumbo fender
• Chrome lettering
• Transport cradle