MARCH 9TH, 2018

The build of Van der Valk’s revolutionary BeachClub 600 and BeachClub 660 Flybridge motoryachts is advancing rapidly. Scheduled for delivery in six months and one year, respectively, both of these superb boats are available for sale to a future owner keen to enjoy unprecedented comfort and space while turning heads in every marina.


Thanks to a revolutionary reconfiguration of the traditional engine room layout, the BeachClub concept frees up a huge continuous space on the lower deck, allowing for radically increased interior volume. And the three fabulous outdoor zones – an expansive foredeck area, beautiful cockpit deck with outside steering position, and lovely beach club aft with a clever sun lounging space and swimming platform – speak for themselves.


The interiors of the BeachClub 600 and BeachClub 660 Flybridge will be every bit as extraordinary as their exteriors. They will comprise two separate saloons: a large lower-deck lounge with galley, dining area & direct access to the aft deck through curved-glass sliding doors, and a spacious upper lounge with a steering position placed strategically for panoramic vistas. Liberal use of glass – the particularly elegant glass inserts in the hull come to mind – will guarantee a fresh, open ambiance. The accommodations will be roomy and luxurious, especially the deluxe owners’ suite.

The two first exemplars of the fantastic BeachClub range are taking shape at a healthy pace in Van der Valk’s state-of-the-art facilities in Waalwijk (NL). As construction advances, it is becoming increasingly apparent just how impressive these yachts will be, not least in terms of the use of available on-board space.


The 19.05-metre BeachClub 600 will feature a twin Volvo Penta IPS-950 propulsion system, which will result in a top speed of 25 knots, while the 20.50-metre 660 Flybridge will be equipped with twin Volvo Penta D11B2-A MP engines with IPS 2 propellers allowing a speed of up to 24 knots.


We are currently getting started on the interior of the BeachClub 600, which will be ready for delivery this summer. The 20.50-metre 660 Flybridge will be completed in the spring of 2019. Both yachts are being built on spec and are currently available for sale.