Through Easter and Spring Break, the yacht will remain in the Bahamas, where the owner has reduced the weekly base rate to $205,000 for 12 guests.
Lady Joy is a 2007 build that most recently was refitted in 2017. She’s been available for charter, at least on and off, since her launch. (I was on board in December 2007, when Lady Joy entered the charter market in the Caribbean.)
Lady Joy has interior fineries that include everything from artwork by Pablo Picasso to table settings by Hermes, Raynaud and Christofle. Water toys for outdoor fun include a 39-foot custom tender kitted out for fishing, a 15-foot inflatable tender with tow post for water skiing and wakeboarding, Wave Runners, Seabobs, a Flyboard, standup paddleboards, kayaks, a water trampoline, snorkeling gear and more.
Any reputable charter broker can tell you more about Lady Joy or help you book a week on board right now in the Bahamas, or this summer in the Mediterranean.