JOY Price per week from. $ 700 000

  • Built year / Refit
  • 2016 / -
  • Length
  • 70 m
  • Crew members
  • 19
  • Cabins
  • 8
  • Persons per day / per night
  • 12 / 12
  • Showers / Toilets
  • 8 / 8
    Summer Season (May - October)
  • Summer location
  • Mediterranean Sea
  • Homeport
  • Price per week
  • €700 000 - €840 000
  • Price per day
  • €116 670 - €140 000
  • APA
  • 30%
  • VAT
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    Winter Season (November - April)
  • Winter location
  • Caribbean Sea
  • Homeport
  • Price per week
  • $700 000 - $840 000
  • Price per day
  • $116 670 - $140 000
  • APA
  • 30%
  • VAT
  • On request

Yacht charter, exclusive yachts & luxury yachts for rent - Sailing boats & motor boats for hire.

JOY offers the full package: a huge gymnasium with on board yoga and fitness instructor, as well as full spa facilities with an on board masseuse.


A rare edition to the charter market, JOY is a masterful collaboration of two yachting powerhouses; Bannenberg and Rowell for her exquisite exterior lines and Dutch pedigree yard Feadship realised her. Covering five decks, her expansive outdoor space goes unrivalled and adds to her appeal as a luxury charter yacht. Beautiful concave lines and the artistic use of glass creates perfect harmony between the exterior and interior making her an ideal yacht for summertime cruising. Specifically, pockets of air conditioned indoor/outdoor zones known as 'winter gardens' were created to further enhance this feeling of space.


Inside, Studio Indigo was responsible for her vibrant interior that includes an extremely flexible cabin layout sure to sleep 12 guests comfortably. With eight cabins, an elevator servicing three of the five decks plus an array of facilities dedicated to wellness (expect a large gym, spa room and on board masseuse), JOY will quickly establish herself as a popular yacht on the charter scene.


This season she will be found cruising the West Mediterranean before heading east to the Aegean and eventually finding herself sailing the awe-inspiring atolls of the Indian Ocean.


With a highly experienced and talented crew of 17, you can be sure that your every needs are exceeded while on board this prestigious new yacht.

Winner at both the 2017 World Superyacht Awards and Showboat Design Awards, not to mention 'Best Yacht in the Show' at the MYBA Barcelona Show, JOY's forward thinking design and layout is clearly turning heads this year.

Please note that JOY has now obtained her Spanish charter license

Key features
• Expansive outdoor spaces over four decks and a beach club;
• Carefully selected young and talented crew, led by Captain Rory Hogan;
• Excellent wellness facilities including a large gym, spa room and on board masseuse;
• Striking exterior lines by Bannenberg and Rowell Design;
• Luxurious interior by London based designer Studio Indigo, using over 250 finishes and materials;
• Extremely flexible accommodation layout with eight cabins in total;
• Elevator serving three decks.


- 1 x 11.5m Wajer 38 tender with 2 x 435hp engine (16 person),
- 6.2m Pascoe rescue boat with 180hp engine,
- 2 x 3m Williams jet tenders with 100hp engine,
- 2 x Yamaha waverunners (3 man),
- 2 x SeaBobs,
- Jetsurf,
- 8m inflatable slide,
- inflatable kayaks,
- trampoline,
- wakeboard,
- waterskis & tows,
- snorkelling and diving gear,
- fishing gear.


Communication & entertainment
State-of-the-art audio visual system, Sky TV, satellite TV, Kaleidoscope system. Satcom & cellular communications facilities, VOIP, VSAT, Wi-Fi internet access.

Specification Custombuilt

Boat name Builder Built year Length Draft Engine Engine Quantity Cruising speed Cruising consumption Hull type Crew service
JOY Feadship 2016 70 m 3 m MTU 2 12 250 l/h displacement Crew service!
Category Yacht architect Refit Beam Flag Engine power General Max speed Max. consumption Hull material Crew members
Luxury motor yacht Bannenberg & Rowell Design 0 11.5 m Cayman Islands 1877 hp Flybridge 16 0 l/h steel 19

Accomodation Custombuilt

Cabins Master cabin VIP cabin Double cabins Twin cabins Bunkbed cabins
8 1 1 5 1 0
Single cabins Toilets quantity Inside showers Persons per day Persons per night Crew members
0 8 8 12 12 19

Tender & Toys Custombuilt

Tender Jet Dinghy Jet ski Water scooter Waterskiis Kayak Kneeboard Wakeboard Wakeskate Windsurfboard Snorkellingset Fishing gear
Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes No Yes No No Yes Yes
Banana Donut Other Seabob Kitesurfing Trampoline Sailing boat Paddleboard Canoe Bicycle Diving
No No Yes Yes No Yes No No No No Yes
11.5m Wajer 38 tender with 2 x 435hp engine (16 person), 6.2m Pascoe rescue boat with 180hp engine. x2
Jet Dinghy:
3m Williams jet tenders with 100hp engine x2

Equipment Custombuilt

Elevator, Oven, Fridge, Stove, Sink, Coffee maker, Dishes
Navigation lights, Compass, Echo sounder, Wind gauge, Autopilot, GPS, VHF radio, GPS-plotter, Radar, Navtex, SSB, Barometer, Harbour guides, Sea charts
Stabilizers, Air conditioning, Battery, Battery charger, Inverter, Shore supply 220V, Electricity 12V/220V, Main circuit breaker, Searchlight, Windscreen wiper, Stern anchor winch (manual), Bow anchor capstan (electric), warmwater, Pressurized warm water, Spare anchor, Tool kit
Deck equipment:
Jacuzzi, Barbecue, Separate crew cabin, Bathing ladder, Bathing platform (fixed), Deck Guardrail, Gangway, Deck shower, Fenders, Sun shade (flybridge), Teak Deck
Television, Satellite TV, Internet, Sky DigiBox, Wifi, SatCom
Gym, Spa Wellness, Suncushion, Cushion, Jetsurf, 8m inflatable waterslide

Crew profile Custombuilt

Crew members:
Rory Hogan (Irish)
Paul Hamilton (British)
Crew profile:
Captain – Rory Hogan
Previous Yachts
» M/Y EVENT (61m)
» M/Y SERENE (134m)
» M/Y RISING SUN (138m)
» Fishing
» French

Captain Rory started his seagoing career in the Merchant Navy and moved to the yachting industry in 2003. He is a qualified Class 1 Master Mariner and was an avid sailor in his youth. He worked his way through the ranks on yachts from 38 to 138 meters in length gaining his first command position at age 29. Rory has sailed extensively in the Mediterranean, the Caribbean and as far afield as Alaska with 33 Atlantic crossing under his belt.
In his spare time Rory enjoys music and fishing on the lakes and rivers of his native Ireland.

Chief Officer – Martin Sharp
Previous Yachts
» S/Y AQUIJO (85m)
» S/Y EOS (93m)
» M/Y PEGASO (54m)
» M/Y PHOENIX (62m)
» Cycling
» Hiking
» Running
» Music
» Adventures!

Martin currently holds a Chief Officers Unlimited qualification and is working towards his Master Unlimited. He comes from the village of Lochinver in the remote Scottish Highlands and first went to sea when he was 16, 21 years ago. Martin began his career in the Merchant Navy and subsequently moved onto yachts at the age of 20. He is impassioned about nature with an avid interest in hiking, cycling, kayaking and preserving the outdoors.
Sailing is a particular interest of his having his own classic wooden sailing yacht and a keen interest to open his own sea school long term. Martin, along with his deck team, thrive on providing the best possible experiences for our guests.

2ND Officer – Ben Hargreaves
Joined JOY in 2016
» Sailing
» Mountain climbing
» Cycling

Ben joins Joy with excellent knowledge of the maritime industry after studying for three years to achieve his Officer of the Watch Unlimited qualification. He is a very practical individual having been a volunteer RNLI Lifeboat crew member for six years and spent 14 years in the Sea Cadets Corps. In his spare time he loves an energetic lifestyle including dinghy sailing, kayaking, mountain walking and staying fit.

Chef – Paul Hamilton
Previous Yachts
» M/Y ST. NICOLAS (70m)
» M/Y TELEOST (49m)
» M/Y CALLISTO (65m)
» Underwater photography
» Scuba diving

Chef Paul brings over 20 years of professional culinary experience. He has worked in some of the world\'s finest dining establishments including 1, 2 & 3 Michelin star restaurants for chefs such as Anton Mosimann and Pierre Koffmann. Chef Paul has travelled extensively in South East Asia, Indian Ocean, Caribbean, Mexico and Europe and likes to incorporate these experiences and influences into his cuisine. Paul enjoys underwater photography, English football, and travelling the world to experience the unique culture, cuisine and culinary techniques associated with each country.

Sous Chef – Matt Baronet
South African
Previous Yachts
» M/Y QUEEN MIRI (92m)
» M/Y ZEUS (50m)
» M/Y RISING SUN(138m)
» M/Y AL SHOUA(57m)
» Surfing
» Skating
» Snowboarding

Started his yachting career as a deckhand and so can be handy both in and out of the galley, however he always knew that he would eventually end up on the interior team as a Chef. This comes as no surprise due to the fact that Matt was trained at the highlyregarded Swiss Hospitality Management School and his culinary skills include everything from bread-baking to Vegan to Sushi and South African! Matt’s wide variety of culinary skills derives from the fact that he has travelled extensively over the past two years on board superyachts, completing trips in the more common areas like the Mediterranean along with cruising the much less populated coastline of Africa! Matt looks forward to welcoming you on board and will ensure that all dietary requirements are met.

Chief Stewardess – Tabitha Lewtas
Previous Yachts
» M/Y CAPRI (58m)
» M/Y MIA ELISE (50m)
» Diving
» Snowboarding
» Camping

Tabitha brings with her over a decade of management and hospitality experience. She has an excellent rapport with the guests and crew alike and works to a very high standard. Complimenting her role as Chief Stewardess, Tabitha is effectual in silver service, wine knowledge, housekeeping standards and events. She greatly enjoys providing guests with an unforgettable experience while on board MY Joy. In her spare time she loves an energetic lifestyle including snowboarding, scuba diving and staying fit.

2 ND Stewardess – Nicole Terry
South African
Previous Yachts
» M/Y DÉJÀ VU (50m)
» M/Y MY SEANNA (56m)
» M/Y LADY LARA (92m)
» Surfing
» Mountain climbing
» Writing
» English, Afrikaans

Nicole joined the superyacht industry in 2012 after 10 years of corporate life in London, UK.
She has since gained extensive experience in superyacht hospitality across the Mediterranean and Caribbean seas. Nicole is proficient in all styles of service, takes great pride in her creative table decorations and is at her happiest when our guests are relaxed and comfortable. Off the yacht, Nicole is a lover of the outdoors and its activities, whether it be surfing, snowboarding, horse-riding or mountain climbing - proudly summiting Mount Kilimanjaro last year

Stewardess – Daniella Bosch
British/South African
Previous Yachts
» M/Y SOLEMAR (61m)
» M/Y BOOK ENDS (40m)
» Diving
» Snorkelling
» Painting

Daniella has always taken a keen interest in the sports and adventure activities and competed nationally in her home country of South Africa in a variety of sports such as water polo, swimming, netball and horse-riding. She is also a qualified scuba diver.
Daniella’s ambition is to develop a long and successful career in luxury hospitality. This led her to enter the world of Super yachting in early 2014. Her long term goal is to one day open her own luxury vacation retreat somewhere tropical.

Stewardess - Sam van der Westhuizen
South African
Previous Yachts
» M/Y MAG III (44m)
» M/Y SPIRIT (54m)
» Computer art
» Drawing
» Cycling
» Watersports
» English, Afrikaans

Samantha has 3 years of professional hospitality experience in the Superyacht industry.
She is also a qualified 3D Design & Digital Animator and has produced wonderful short films and videos for her guests to enjoy and take away. Samantha has a very photographic and artistic eye and likes to paint and sketch in her free time. She is also a watersports lover and enjoys being active as much as possible.

Spa Therapist – Ruwe Van Vuuren
South African
Previous Yachts
» Jogging
» Shopping
» Travelling

Ruwe joins JOY as both a masseuse, beautician and stewardess. Ruwe gained most of her experience working in a five-star spa in South Africa before joining the yachting industry early last year. With experience in a huge variety of massages including Swedish, hot stone, deep tissue and Indian Head massages, Ruwe will ensure that all your pampering needs are met during your charter.

Spa Therapist – Natasha Miszewski
South African

Joined JOY in 2017
» Going on adventures
» Keeping active

Natasha is Joy’s qualified physiotherapist here to provide a full health and fitness package in conjunction with Marc, the personal trainer on board. She studied in Cape Town, South Africa and subsequently spent a year working in a deeply rural area on the East Coast as the sole physiotherapist serving a community of over 130,000 people.
Natasha enjoys sports physio and while completing her education she worked with a variety of different athletes, including a rugby team, marathon runners, and mountain bikers. She has experience with neurological conditions, acute and chronic orthopedics, pediatrics and respiratory physio. Additionally Natasha also enjoys providing deep tissue massage and other forms of massage therapy.

Chief Engineer – Michele Viezzoli
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» M/Y MARIU (50m)
» Motorbikes
» Snowboarding
» Playing football
» English

From a young age Michele was interested in engines and mechanics which lead to him obtaining his Nautical Engineering Diploma in 1996. After some time in the Italian Navy, achieving the rank of Lieutenant, Michele started his commercial marine career as a Chief Engineer on small tankers. Several exams, certifications and much sea-time later, Michele obtained his Chief Engineer Unlimited License. In his spare time Michele loves snowboarding, mountain biking and racing motorbikes.

Chief Engineer – Pete Hovington
Previous Yachts
» M/Y ONA (110m)
» Football
» Golf
» Travel

Pete left home at the tender age of 17 to pursue a career as a Marine Engineer within the Royal Navy. Joining as a Junior Mechanic, Pete advanced quickly through the ranks and was later selected for promotion to The Royal Navy Officer Corps as a Marine Engineer Officer. He retired from the Royal Navy as a Lieutenant in 2014 to pursue a second career in the superyacht industry. Pete holds a Bachelors Degree (Honours) in Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering and brings almost 18 years of sea-going engineering and management experience. A keen sportsman, Pete can be found on the Golf course in his spare time or supporting his beloved Middlesbrough Football Club.

2ND Engineer – Martin Jepp
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» S/Y SQUALL (52m)
» Gym
» Adventure sports
» Skydiving!

Martin brings with him over 16 years of British military background in Marine Engineering, leadership and management. Martin worked from an entry-level engineer through to Chief Petty Officer where he managed his own engineering group on a Navy frigate. During his career he has worked on a large variety of naval vessels and systems, before bringing his skills to the yachting industry in early 2015. Martin is an outgoing character with a great sense of humour. He likes to keep fit, enjoying weight training, cycling and more adventurous activities including sky diving.

Deckhand – Adam Newton
Previous Yachts
» M/Y RIO RITA (52m)
» M/Y ELYSIUM (52m)
» Kite surfing
» Sailing
» Skiing

Adam has been in the superyacht industry for three years and has been based mainly in the Mediterranean. Within his role as a Deckhand, Adam has gained valuable experience and knowledge in all aspects of his position on board. He is highly qualified in carpentry and a certified advanced scuba diver. Adam has sailed all his life and from a young age has had a passion for the sea. In his spare time he likes to stay active by kite surfing, sailing, skiing and going to the gym to keep fit.

Deckhand – Charlie Robinson
New Zealand
Previous Yachts
» M/Y PELORUS (115m)
» M/Y TALISMAN C (70m)
» Fishing
» Spear fishing
» Rugby
» Tennis

Charlie grew up in the superyacht industry having worked for his father\'s yacht interiors company from a young age. This involvement encouraged him to pursue a career on board and he became a Deckhand in 2014. Charlie continued his studies and holds a Yacht Rating certificate, he is now working towards achieving his Yacht Masters qualification and ultimately his Officer of the Watch certification. In his spare time Charlie loves to go fishing, scuba diving, and maintaining a healthy active lifestyle.

Deckhand – Cherie Carter
Joined JOY in 2016
Travel, watersports and sewing

New to the industry of superyachting, Cherie joins Joy with lots of enthusiasm. A love for the outdoors drove her decision to work on deck where she is excited to develop her skills and grow her knowledge. Cherie has travelled extensively and settled in places as diverse as Nicaragua, Australia, and Ireland where she also studied acupuncture. Cherie has an interest in all areas of holistic healthcare and enjoys surfing and an active lifestyle.

Deckhand – Graham Baines
Joined JOY in 2016
» Skiing
» Kayaking

Graham’s career at sea began with the role of deck officer cadet on board RV Cafes Endeavour undertaking scientific surveys around the UK coastline, since then he has moved onto a slightly more glamorous path working as a deckhand on board luxury yachts. With his three years spent as a cadet providing him with a level head and clear understanding of how to maintain a yacht and his hospitality background giving him the knowledge to cater to the needs of charter clients, Graham is a great addition to the deck crew on board JOY. In his spare time away from the water Graham likes to head to the mountains to ski.

Deckhand/Close Protection – Ryan McColl
Previous Yachts
» M/Y PELORUS (115m)
» M/Y TALISMAN C (70m)
» Snowboarding
» Ju-Jitsu
» Any watersport!

Ryan is an experienced deckhand with a military background and a vast knowledge of watersports – making him the perfect addition to the JOY crew. Having cruised around Europe, America and the Caribbean he is well versed in picking the best places to undertake watersports. Furthermore his seemingly endless list of qualifications provide him with the ability to act as an emergency first aider. To summarise Ryan will ensure you all have the most fantastic time using the watersports and in a highly safe environment.

Deckhand/Personal Trainer – Marc Greenwood
Previous Yachts
» M/Y AVELLA (34m)
» Boxing
» Cooking
» Chess

Not only is Marc a highly professional trainer but he is also an accomplished amateur boxer. Having developed a passion for boxing while studying his degree in Sport & Exercise Science he decided to set up the university’s first boxing team, of which he was Chairman and Captain. Progressing to becoming a personal trainer, Marc developed the ability to understand the mental and physical needs and skills of those he trains. If you feel like adding a bit of training into your charter then Marc will be able to put together the perfect program for you, just don’t be surprised if there is boxing involved!