Van der Valk BeachClub #4
The next level in BeachClub excellence
Offering the comfort of a 66-foot beauty with the volume of a 75-footer, this BeachClub 660 Flybridge builds on the success of Alvaro, Alvali and the BeachClub 600 Lucy Penguin. Designed with Ginton Naval Architects and Cor D. Rover, the inside story has been written by Carla Guilhem, designer of the award-winning interior on Lady Lene. Engines installed in the swim platform area give you more room inside and an optimised aft. The all-aluminium fourth BeachClub is fitted with twin Volvo Penta IPS-1050 drives with IPS2 props for a top speed of 30 knots.
Aluminium (AlMg4.5Mn – H321)
Aluminium (AlMg4.5Mn –H111)
Hard chine, moderate V
CE Class A (ocean)
Engine brand & type
2x Volvo Penta D13 12.8l 6 cil.
Shaft & Propeller
IPS-1050 (IPS30) drive units
Electric 24V “Side Power” 20 horse power bow thruster
16kW Northern Lights M844DW3 230/400V
Holding tank capacity
1 owner, 2 twin guest
Ginton Naval Architects
Cor D. Rover Design
See the space
The BeachClub 660 Flybridge not only feels like she has an exceptional amount of space, that’s the case in reality. She has around a third more volume than ‘standard’ motoryachts in this size and is far more detailed compared to anything else on the market. The fourth BeachClub will have three al fresco areas: a 17 m² beach deck & sun lounge, a 17 m² aft deck and a giant 25 m² foredeck. The main deck salon/wheelhouse spans 21 m², the lower deck lounge with galley/dinette measures 27 m² and the accommodations cover a total of 44 m². You’ll also have a deluxe owners’ suite, two twin guest cabins and the option for a crew cabin.
Video sister ship MY Alvaro
A refreshing style
Carla Guilhem Design has created an elegant interior style with a next-generation vibe and a feeling of calm within the large spaces. Key design elements include the geometric look of the stairs, a kitchen island that doubles as a bar and a day head in a funky black colour. The master suite has a vivid feel with the column behind the bed that houses the anchor used as part of a large piece that can be turned around to create different shapes. Adding circular elements to the superstructure sides makes it seem like the furniture is loose, while the absence of triangular forms further amplifies the sense of space.
Large windows and sliding doors in both salons and the owners’ suite open up panoramic views on the world. Carla and her team have also given a new modern look to the dashboard and made the most of the enhanced outdoor spaces. The height of the wheelhouse has been raised by 15 cm compared to earlier BeachClub models to add more volume to the lower deck cabins and reduce the number of steps from the saloon forward. The installation of special sound-generating equipment inside the swim platform will make for an exceptionally quiet motoryacht