July 13, 2020

Project: Wim Van Der Valk BeachClub 660 Convertible

Wim Van der Valk ride the wave of success of its BeachClub range, which was launched in 2019 with the 600 and 660 models, and now reveal the Convertible project for the range.  The BeachClub concept, which has received lots of great press over the past year as well as several awards, come from the idea of freeing up living space.  This has clearly struck a chord with motor yacht fans the world over with a BeachClub 600 Hard Top already delivered to Lake Michigan and a BeachClub 660 Fly to Palma. Now, with several other models under construction, Van der Valk is increasing its options by unveiling an all-new design for a BeachClub 660 Convertible. Seriously, there’s nothing else like this on the market today. This exciting addition to the BeachClub fleet is a unique concept for a number of reasons. For a start, it has easily the most spacious interior available in her class. Moreover, as the BeachClub 660 Convertible will be built in super-flexible aluminium, you have an unrivaled range of options for the design, from a fully closed-off wheelhouse to the number of accommodations. For instance, you can choose to have three or four cabins, with six to eight berths and two or three bathrooms.  Other interior highlights include a crew cabin, a large galley with an American fridge and a day head for guests.  Apart all this the BeachClub 660 Convertible features an incredible amount of outdoor deck space too. Living very much up to its name, the beach club and aft terrace are extraordinary and you have the option to have a garage for a five-person tender. Another area to lay out according to your wishes is the fabulous fore-deck. Depending on choice the Wim Van der Valk BeachClub 660 can have top speeds up to 37 knots, this reached with twin Volvo 1000hp engines couple to forward looking IPS pod drives. The special patented hull shape makes the BeachClub 660 Convertible a seaworthy yacht with superior levels of comfort even in four meter high waves.  

No comments:

Post a Comment