Retired Kavalk Models
After setting up a shop in their garage their passion for boats, design and building was realized. The Mistral was launched as the first in the Kavalk line of luxury speedboats.
By 1986, Kavalk’s new Continental series made its debut at the Toronto Boat Show to great reviews . Ontario upscale clients started using their new Kavalks on the “local” lakes.
In the spirit of the Canadian gentleman racers, the Kazulin team designed and introduced the Classic 19 line of Kavalks. The Classic was premiered at the Toronto Boat Show in 1988, went on to sell worldwide and was written about in magazines as the first contemporary classic retro runabout.
The Kavalk SportCruiser 29 was introduced alongside her little sister the Classic 19 in Japan in early 1990. The SportCruiser was available in three versions; teak deck, mahogany deck and centre console / outboard packages.
Today these retired semi-custom Kavalks can be found in many countries, and their high resale value is testimony to the Kazulin family tradition of fine design, workmanship and innovation.