This BeachClub 660 Flybridge Is Available

Van der Valk shipyard says an owner can step in with construction on Hull No. 4 well underway.

Van der Valk BeachClub 660 Flybridge
Van der Valk says Hull No. 4 of the BeachClub 660 Flybridge can be ready for next season. Courtesy Van der Valk

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Van der Valk shipyard in the Netherlands says it’s making “excellent progress” on Hull No. 4 of the BeachClub 660 Flybridge, which is for sale and, according to the yard, “can be ready for next season.”

The 66-foot yacht was designed in collaboration with Ginton Naval Architects and Cor D. Rover. It’s a model whose engines are installed in the swim platform area, freeing up more space for the interior accommodations.

“Put simply, your BeachClub 660 Flybridge will not only feel like she has an exceptional amount of space; that’s actually the case in reality,” Van der Valk General Manager Braam Kooltjes stated in a press release. “Everyone who steps on board one of these yachts is amazed at the way they offer the kind of living space that is normally only seen on much larger yachts.

Accommodations include a master stateroom, two guest staterooms and an optional crew cabin. Hull No. 4’s interior is being done by Miami-based Carla Guilhem Design, which previously worked with Van der Valk on other projects.

About the shipyard: Van der Valk has been building steel and aluminum motoryachts since 1967. It’s a family-owned yard that employs more than 45 craftsmen.

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