Van der Valk Flybridge

Dutch Falcon

Panoramic views

Dutch Falcon is designed by Cor D. Rover to offer a fresh take on this very successful series. This 25,50-metre model is built in aluminium and sets new standards in terms of ease of operation and even single-handed cruising.

The yacht has triple Volvo Penta IPS1050 engines and fully epitomise the quality, craftsmanship and aesthetic flair for which all Van der Valk yachts are renowned.

Among the various striking elements are the expansive floor-to-ceiling windows, which offers extraordinary panoramas of the outside world. An impressively spacious interior includes four double cabins, four bathrooms and crew quarters.


LOA 25.20m
Top speed 26.00 knots
Beam 6m
Fuel tank 10000l
Engine 800hp / 588kW
Water tank 1600l

Hull no
Hull material
Aluminium (AlMg4.5Mn – H321)

Superstructure material
Aluminium (AlMg4.5Mn – H111)
Hull Shape
Hard chine, moderate V
CE-A ocean
Engine brand & type
3x Volvo Penta D13 12.8l 6 cil.
Cruising speed
21 knots
Shaft & Propeller
IPS-1050 (IPS30) drive units

Reduction 1.70:1
Bow/stern Thruster
Side power 26hp Electric proportional bow thruster
26kW Northern Lights M944W3 230/400Volts
5kW Northern Lights M673L3G 230Volts
Holding tank capacity

1 owner, 1 VIP, 2 twin guest
1 cabine, 2 persons
Naval architect
Van der Valk Shipyard
Exterior design
Cor D. Rover Design
Interior design
Carla Guilhem
Owner’s repr.
Not applicable

General arrangement

The contemporary life

Dutch Falcon has remarkable volume for a 25-metre yacht, and this has been the starting point for a lovely interior design by Carla Guilhem. This project sees Carla showcase her vision of a contemporary yacht interior, a super-comfortable and cosy residence on the water. The design revolves around relaxation and homeliness, with an abundance of round shapes and organic forms. Suede, leather and a range of fabrics and finishes generate a sensation of comfort, with light natural oak wood and various wood textures and fluted panels adding to the neutral scheme. A calm palette of off-white and grey is blended with pop-up colours in the accessories and upholstery.


Talking of elegance, Dutch Falcon has a lovely Horizon Blue metallic livery, a favourite colour of the owners that also includes tones of purple and grey. It supports the way in which the exterior design draws attention to the windows, with the gunwale dropping down to allow more natural light to infuse the interior as well as further enhance the views outside. The main salon furniture is not attached to the side walls or window mullions in order to accentuate this feeling of freedom.

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