BalticBoat is representing one of the finest Dutch heritage -Van der Valk Shipyards semi- or full custom built steel and aluminium motoryachts.
A passionate yachtsman and watersport enthusiast, Wim van der Valk founded the company that bears his name in 1968, and remains the driving force behind it today.
Since its inception, Van der Valk has built a rich heritage in both steel and aluminium motoryachts.
Over the years, Van der Valk has established themselves as a yachtbuilder that can be relied upon for outstanding quality and highly competitive prices. One could even call Van der Valk approach – offering superbly equipped semi-custom vessels at the price of conventional production series motoryachts – somewhat rebellious. An impressive list of what other yards consider extras, Van der Valk include as standard, and provide full customisation of all components and equipment.
Van der Valk always aims to apply the most advanced solutions, systems and materials possible within the available budget. During the engineering process which precedes the build, choices are made together with the owner and in consultation with the relevant suppliers. The goal is to achieve optimal results and maximum client satisfaction.
The result is up an unprecedented amount of interior volume and space for three awesome al fresco zones. A sense of space is further enhanced by a liberal use of glass, with all-round views from the two lounges and master suite. Glass inserts in the hull give an extra air of class to her elegant modern profile.
The Van der Valk BeachClub is available in a range from 60 ft (18.6 metres) to 120 ft (34 metres), with 10 ft increments in-between.
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