"Born in 1952, Swedish designer Bo Zolland was bitten by the wooden boat bug in 1963 while sitting in his uncle's Caravelle with a Merc 6 inline engine. He has been drawing wooden boats as long as he can remember." Shown above, the Boxter is described as "the smallest and simplest type of runabout, and the closest you can come to the pure runabout racing experience. 18' long, with a V6 MerCruiser engine forward of the cockpit, the Boxter is capable of speeds up to 35 knots."
For a larger and equally head-turning design, shown above is but one of Bo Zolland's numerous classic cruisers designed for Dolvik Boats. Each will be a unique jewel on the water. From the overall proportions and beauty to the fine details such as the wind screen designs on the open fisherman shown below, Bo Zolland takes countless details that recall fond legacies from the past and very successfully arranges them into breathtaking and unexpected new compositions, every one a boat that makes me hope I have camera in hand the first time I see her on the water – well that is if I'm not able to be at the helm!