After the BeachClub 600, the Dutch luxury yacht builder Van der Valk Shipyard comes up with the BeachClub 660.

Like the 600, also the BeachClub 660 is a design by Cor D. Rover (exterior and interior design) and Ginton Naval Architects. Van der Valk plans this range from 19.05m to 34m.

“Thanks to the smart design of the BeachClub range, the new 660 Flybridge will provide an exceptional amount of indoor and outdoor space of a kind normally only seen on far larger yachts,” explains Patrick Lankhuizen, sales director at Van der Valk. “The aim is to create something that is genuinely innovative and gives clients not only an unprecedented feeling of space but far more room in reality.”

The yacht has a 25 sqm foredeck with different layout options and storage for a tender. The main salon with indoor helm station comes with 21 sqm, the lower deck salon at the stern that includes the galley has a size of 27 sqm. This area has also a direct access to the 17 sqm beach deck (the large bathing platform).

On the lower deck, you can find the owner’s suite (at the bow), two guest cabins and an (optional) crew cabin. Van der Valk placed the Volvo IPS 950 engines nearly at the end of the yacht under the beach deck. With this engine configuration, the yacht reaches a maximum speed of 24 knots.

Main Specifications of the BeachClub 660

Length over all:20.50 m
Length Waterline:19.30 m
Beam:5.50 m
Draft:1.50 m
Displacement:83.000 kg
Exterior Design:Cor D. Rover
Interior Design:Cor D. Rover
Naval Architecture:Ginton Naval Architects
Main Engines:2x Volvo Penta D11B2-A MP (IPS 950) 725hp / 533kW @ 2.500 RPM
Top Speed:24 knots
Fuel Capacity:4,100 l
Guests:6 in 3 cabins
Crew:1 Person
Classification:CE Class A

General Arrangement