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A passionate yachtsman and water sport enthusiast, Wim van der Valk founded the company that bears his name in 1967 and remains the driving force behind it today. Since its inception, Van der Valk has built a rich heritage in both steel and aluminium motor yachts. The success of the first cabin and aft-cabin design cruisers measuring from seven to ten metres quickly attracted widespread acclaim from the yachting public.
Today, Van der Valk’s production facilities in Waalwijk (NL) produce only a select number of bespoke yachts every year. This ensures unrivalled quality and exclusivity for individual owners. Each and every yacht benefits from the strictest quality control and a first-rate construction process. Only after intensive sea trials and quality control procedures can boats leave the yard for delivery to their new owners.
Van der Valk owes its ongoing success over the decades to an unwavering dedication to key values such as reliability, cooperation and a forward-thinking approach. As a family-run company with a pedigree that spans generations, Van der Valk understands the value of keeping one’s word and creating yachts that stand the test of time. They abide by agreements made with customers, suppliers and staff; building yachts which function equally as well as they look. Partners and buyers are considered as family members – and this is reflected in excellent relationships and many repeat clients.
The Van der Valk BeachClub series takes the freshest yacht trends and effortlessly combines them with their years of expertise in manufacturing robust, seaworthy aluminium and steel yachts.
Created in partnership with Cor D Rover design, this beautiful “aft-cabin” inspired yacht always stops people in their tracks. The BeachClub 740’s modern aesthetic is impressively combined with a range of elegant touches. Offering a completely new way of looking at space, this line is the product of many months of R&D and decades of experience.
This unique concept dispenses with the traditional engine room, installing the propulsion system aft in the area of the swim platform. Whilst the hull for the BeachClub 740 is specially designed for the Volvo Penta IPS system, a joystick-operated pod-type drive with counter-rotating propellers.
The result is up an unprecedented amount of interior volume, space for three awesome al fresco zones and an emphasis upon wellness, relaxation and fun. A sense of space is further enhanced by a liberal use of glass, with all-round sea views from the two lounges and master suite. Glass inserts in the hull give an extra air of class to her elegant modern profile.
A full range of options are available. This includes a variety of mechanical, plumbing and electrical options, helm, navigation and electronics alternatives, and a comprehensive range of finish materials, textures and colours.
The BeachClub series can be built in any size between 62 ft (19.05 metres) and 132 ft (40 metres).
This boat can be semi-customised or fully customised to create a bespoke and personal yacht at your request.
• Engine - Volvo Penta IPS 2 x 900Hp
• Shaft and propellor - pod drive
• Semi-displacement hull
• Moderate V, hard chine hull form
• Aluminium hull and superstructure
• LOA - 22.60m
• LWL - 22m
• Draft - 1.65m
• Beam - 6.20m
• Displacement - 38 tons
• Max Speed - 25 knots
• Fuel Tank - 10,000L
• Fresh water - 2000L
• Holding tank - 1000L
• Cabins - 5
• Double berths: 2
• Twin berths: 3
• Bathrooms: 5
• Heads: 6
• Certification - A
• Dynamic positioning systems
• Multiple helm stations
• Full navigation system
• Stabilisers, bow and stern thruster
• Fresh water maker
• Generator, inverter, shore power and chargers
• Air compressor
• Full range of exterior surface materials, colours and treatments
• Full range of interior surface materials, colours and treatments
• Heating and air conditioning incl. underfloor
• Entertainment and audio visual systems
• Safety and alarm systems with GPS tracking
• Full range of galley and comfort appliances
• Above and below the water lights and lighting effects
• Passerelle, gangway, tender crane options
• Tender and support craft