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The Joy Superyacht Delivers Much More than Happiness

By Victor Baker


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Joy Superyacht

A new blissful Feadship superyacht, designed by the masters at Bannenberg & Rowell, has reached the open waters. Appropriately named Joy, this 70-meter superyacht also benefits from the attentive work and skills of interior design house Studio Indigo, for a total package which aims to charm every single one of us.

Bannenberg & Rowell’s dynamic exterior lines are somewhat reminiscent of a USS fleet spacecraft, while the owner’s wish for having indoor and outdoor deck spaces connected as one resulted in a relaxing open-air apartment atmosphere aboard the vessel.

This wonderful yacht is also ideal for entertaining passengers, since it features generous outdoor areas where social gatherings, unique dining experiences or simply enjoying the surrounding views are part of the journey. The foredeck is also really interesting, allowing guests to have some fun and even play ball, once the safety nets are set-up around the court.

Joy Superyacht

On the inside, Joy shows off incredible attention to detail, with over 250 different types of finishes and textures taking part in the mesmerizing styling of this vessel. A minimalist, yet highly detailed and ornate atmosphere will inspire tranquility and inner peace, with up to 12 guests catered for across eight private cabins throughout the yacht.

The interiors are brought to life by a large skylight, which is combined with a bright color palette to make this area one of the brightest indoor spaces on any yacht, when the sun is out. Last but not least, the large sea level beach club and the sun deck, with a large Jacuzzi and bar, barbecue and sun loungers, will surely take care of anything the passengers may desire.

Joy Superyacht


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About Victor Baker

Victor is our go-to associate editor for anything with four wheels – and more! With over a decade of experience in automotive journalism, his expertise spans from classic cars to the latest in electric vehicle technology. Beyond vehicles, he has broadened his editorial reach to cover a wide range of topics, from technology and travel to lifestyle and environmental issues. Learn more about Luxatic's Editorial Process.

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