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Feadship’s 70-metre superyacht Joy for charter

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Feadship-JoyThe 70-metre superyacht Joy, launched back in May 2016 at the Feadship Kaag yard, is now available for charter.
Designed and built for a first-time owner –which, as explained by Feadship is quite unusual, as first-time owners usually prefer to buy a pre-owned vessel- Joy is the first superyacht to feature an exterior design by Bannenberg & Rowell and the first Feadship with an interior by Studio Indigo.
Joy’s owner, the youngest client of the Dutch shipyard, said that his idea for his yacht was inspired by the statue of Columbus: Joy should reflect the explorer’s feelings when he first saw land.
Joy is thus a yacht designed with positivity in mind, and she offers generous spaces and rich interiors to reflect the owner’s wishes. Onboard she can accommodate up to 12 guests across her 7 doubles and one twin cabin. Guests will be taken care of by a crew of 17, also accommodated on board.
The vessel is powered by a set of two MTU engines rated at 1380 kW @1800 rpm, while three Scania DI13 074M generators rated at 323 kW each provide additional power: this allows the yacht to reach a top speed of 16 knots.
At the launch ceremony, the owner was so joyful and impressed by the result, that he wished his children to come back to the shipyard in the future and ask for a 170-metre Feadship yacht.

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