Specifications of Wim van der Valk Beachclub 600
The motor yacht Wim van der Valk Beachclub 600 is produced by the brand Wim van der Valk since 2018. Wim van der Valk Beachclub 600 is a 19.05 meters aluminium motor yacht with 3 guest cabins and the draft of 1.40 meters which can reach up to 24 knots. The yacht with aluminum hull has CE certification class (A) and can go in open ocean.
Overview of Wim van der Valk Beachclub 600
Exterior and Interior Design
Wim van der Valk Beachclub 600 was the first representative of the new range. Created by the designers of the famous Cor D. Rover studio, this model combines lightness and reliability. The aluminum yacht is distinguished by the extensive glazing of the superstructure and lower deck, which makes the interior spaces light and does not disturb the unity with nature.
For holidaymakers, the yacht offers spacious common areas both inside and outside.
Amenities on board
The first thing that catches your eye when you look at Wim van der Valk Beachclub 600 is the Beachclub. For a yacht of this size, he is impressive. There are several sun loungers freely available and a cozy living room behind the wide sliding doors at the stern. The forward main deck has a lounge with bar, grill and sunbed.
The Beachclub 600 has received three double cabins, including a spacious owner's suite.
To make the most of the space, Wim van der Valk did not allocate a separate room for the engine room, but hid the engines under the bathing platform.
The model will interest yachtsmen who prefer to walk for 3-5 days with friends or family.
The Beachclub 600 is seaworthiness certified for open ocean access.
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