UHHH NO! Boas have live birth and pythons lay eggs, they arent compatible in anyway. That would be like breeding dogs with cats. Some reptile breeders have manged to breed different types of pythons with other pythons and different types of boas with other boas but most of the time all you get is infertile eggs or slugs. You should research your snakes before you try different whacky things and stress them out.
It's never advised to mix different species of any snake reptile or amphibian its not something thats easy, just because they have similar needs doesn't mean they can be kept together it takes good knowledge of your pets careful monitoring and a good solid pinch of luck not something for a newbie. So be careful!
They are two different species and cannot be bread to each other.... However if you were to breed them to a snake of the same species then you might have some luck. \
I have kept my female red tail and male ball in the same terr. For a good six to 8 months and they were fine. No babies though. But thats a great question< I'm going to try it
Hi I have my Red tail Boa and my ball python in the same tank and they get along great. The only thing you have to worried about is bacteria in the tank you must clean your tank more than usually, and watch them the first too weeks. It all depends on the snakes and how they interact, the ball Pyhton is very friendly as well as my boa and has never bitten anyone and has never been aggressive.