The 25.9 metre Joy Star has been sold with Renaud Canivet of Ocean Drive representing both buyer and seller. She was built of GRP by Arcadia Yachts in 2015.
Joy Star was designed by Francesco Guida and offers accommodation for up to eight guests across four cabins comprising three doubles and a twin bunk room, all finished in a colourful and contemporary manner. There are quarters for four crew.
The saloon is encased in an angular glass structure, the top of which has solar panels, their grid form allowing beams of sunlight to filter through the gaps. Below is a lounge, accessed from the aft deck through sliding glass doors, and a formal dining table.
On the foredeck is another lounging area wrapped around an extendable table. The bathing platform aft has a swimming ladder that doubles at a tender launching davit. Black umbrellas fore and aft stand out in profile.
Twin 730hp MAN diesel engines push Joy Star at up to 16 knots, cruising at 12 knots and her range is 1,500 nautical miles. Stabilisers keep the vessel steady, both underway and at rest.
Joy Star was asking €3,800,000 with VAT paid.