The Van der Valk BeachClub line provides an unrivaled amount of exterior and interior space by locating the engine room in the further aft area under the swimming platform. After the first BeachClub 600 model, which launched in Summer 2019, the Dutch builder followed it with the larger 660.  A new way of thinking, the Beachclub series designed by Dutch designer Cor D.Rover is an innovative range of motor yachts and will pioneer the incredible degree of space on offer.  Three outdoor zones optimize the al fresco lifestyle. An enormous fore-deck area offers various layout options, including a Jacuzzi, the cockpit deck is an impressive location with an outside steering position, and a beach club aft features a smart swimming platform and a sun lounge area.  The Wim Van Der Valk Beachclub 660 offers two lounges, while next to the interior pilot house on the main deck, and another on the lower deck aft area. Accommodation is for three double cabins, with an owners suite forward.  A crew cabin with private head is located to starboard side in behind the large aft lounging area.  The Beachclub 660 is powered by twin Volvo 800hp which allow it to reach speeds up to 25 knots.

Technical Data:

LOA – 20.50 m (6ft)

Waterline Length – 18.8 m

Beam – 5.80 m

Draft – 1.50 m

Displacement – 38 t

Fuel Capacity – 4100 l

Water Capacity – 750 l

Accommodation – six berths in three cabins, one crew cabin berth

Engines – 2 x Volvo D13 800hp

Propulsion – Volvo forward looking IPS3 pod drives

Speed – 25 knots max 20 knots cruise

Hull Shape – moderate Vee with hard chine

Construction – aluminium h321 for hull, h111 for super structure

Project – Cor D.Rover exterior and interior, Ginton naval arhitecture

Certification – CE A 





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