Since its debut in 2016, the new Lagoon Seventy 7 catamaran has been in record-breaking demand. Built in France by CNB and designed by a super-star team of VPLP, Patrick Le Quément and Nauta Design, the Seventy 7 is the new flagship for builder Lagoon and boasts gentle and precise lines for a refined and harmonious overall look. As an unbeatable choice for a bespoke yacht charter holiday, JOY combines pedigree design with luxurious styling, a spacious onboard layout and exceptional performance to create a perfect all-round yacht that is ideal for every kind of adventure on the water. Finished to the highest standard, with superyacht DNA in its design, she offers extensive onboard spaces for its guests to enjoy. Large open spaces, with an easy flow, make the most of the catamaran’s huge volume and huge windows flood the yacht with light. Located on the main deck the huge main saloon forms the heart of the yacht, with sofas, a bar, dining space and entertainment systems. Beautiful accommodation is on offer, with versatile configurations to suit a wide range of group sizes and modern and luxurious spaces for guests to retreat to. A particular highlight is the master cabin, which includes a large ensuite, desk space, walk in wardrobe and generous living area. Direct access from the main saloon and out on to the cockpit and foredeck adds to the exclusivity of the master cabin space. Just like the interior, the three main exterior spaces are huge and provide the perfect base for outdoor living. Leading directly out from the main saloon, the large aft cockpit is home to a dining space, extensive seating and direct access up to the flybridge and down to the transom. The forward cockpit includes informal lounge seating, perfect for sheltered relaxation, and provides direct access on to the trampoline net for relaxing and sunbathing. Moving upwards, the flybridge with hardtop – ideal for protection from the heat of the day – is yet another beautiful space with a navigation station, sunpads, seating and unspoiled views across the water. SY JOY being a luxury catamaran for charter is perfect for water lovers and an especially impressive feature is the transom beach club, which opens up at water level to create a base for swimming and water sports, or as a tender dock or prime spot for guests to relax and enjoy the close proximity to beautiful, crystal clear waters. A full sail inventory allows guests to appreciate the serenity of sailing between beautiful destinations. A perfect all-rounder yacht, it is no surprise that the Lagoon Seventy 7 has been such an instant success story.
1 Master Suite, 2 Double Cabins, 1 Cabin with upper & lower berths
All with en-suite bathrooms
|2 x Volvo Penta D4-180 Engines; 2 x Onan Generators (19Kva), one upgrade to 27KW; 2 x Inverters 24/22V 5000VA|
|Max Speed:||10US Gall/Hr|
|Engines:||2 x Volvo Penta D4-180 Engines; 2 x Onan Generators (19Kva), one upgrade to 27KW; 2 x Inverters 24/22V 5000VA|
|Winter Area:||Bahamas, Caribbean Leewards, Caribbean Windwards|
|Summer Area:||W. Med - Spain/Balearics|
|Pick Up Locations|
|Inverter:||2 x Inverters 24/220V 5000VA|
|Voltages:||12V & 220V|
|Internet Access:||Onboard WIFI|
|Dinghy size:||Ocean Master Deluxe OM 500 with Honda Engine 100HP|
|Water Skis Adult:||Yes|
|Water Skis Kids:||-|
|Kayaks 1 Pax:||2|
|Kayaks (2 Pax):||1|
|Boarding Ladder (Loc/Type):||-|
New Zealand & UK passeports
STCW’10 - RYA Yacht master Offshore
Joe grew up in Auckland, New Zealand where his family had a small powerboat that he used to spend as much time as possible out on the ocean, primarily water skiing and fishing.
While completing a Civil Engineering degree Joe went on a sailing holiday to Croatia and accidently ended up with a job for the rest of the season. He spent the next few years trying to juggle a ‘normal’ job with getting away to sail as much as possible, before committing to sailing full time in 2018.
Since then, he has worked extensively in Greece, Croatia, Spain and the Caribbean, along with delivering yachts all over Europe and completing four trans-Atlantic crossings. Joe has over 30,000 sailing miles and holds his Yacht master Ocean certification.
Alongside sailing, Joe’s other love is endurance sport, and he has completed a number of marathons and Ironman triathlons.
CHEF: Danica NEL
Danica comes from an active family all the way from Kwa Zulu, Natal, South Africa. She has a bubbly personality and is a social chef that loves to interact with clients to share her passion and her recipes. She loves to experiment with international cuisines ranging from Thai to Caribbean and Italian to everything in between, bringing her own unique flourish and finishing touches to each dish. Her passion for cuisine was born at a young age having been raised in a very culinary household in a Mediterranean family where food always formed the centrepiece of every day and where she was always surrounded by delicious smells and tasty morsels coming out of the kitchen.
After attending design school, Danica decided she wanted to spread her wings and combine her creativity with the culinary world in a career as a yacht chef. She trained at The Super Yacht Culinary Academy in Cape Town, followed by an internship under a Michelin star trained chef where she took her skills to the next level. She has since been sailing and cooking her way around the British Virgin Islands, where she perfected her charter chef game. After arriving in remote French Polynesia, Danica has enjoyed exploring the islands, adding some local recipes and ingredients to her vast repertoire along the way
STEWARDESS: Georgie BARK
Georgie was raised in the UK and grew up sailing on her family yacht, accompanied by dinghy sailing. She eventually ended up as an assistant dinghy instructor and spent a summer in Cape Cod as a camp sailing counsellor.
Since then, Georgie has worked a summer as a flotilla host (where she met Joe), a winter as a chalet sous chef, and the last two and a half years on Anna Pink as the chef/mate.
Although Georgie thoroughly enjoyed her time cooking aboard Anna Pink her primary interest has always been entertaining, and she jumped at the opportunity to take on the stew position on Joy.
Georgie is a keen photographer and videographer and will definitely be able to send you some lovely memories of your holiday.
MATE-ENGINEER: Luke HAMMERTON
STCW 95 - RYA Yachtmaster Offshore
Luke grew up on the East Coast of South Africa with a real passion for the ocean. He has loved surfing and free diving since he was a young boy, so being immersed in and under the water became part of his everyday life. After finishing school Luke went on to study law, but then decided a sailing career was what inspired him most, so he allowed the winds to blow him in a new direction and towards a life on the sea.
Luke’s first onboard job was as 1st Mate on a 72ft ketch cutter mono-hull that took him sailing around the East coast of Africa. After that adventure, he sailed the British Virgin Islands as a charter captain for four years, jumping between 49ft - 65ft sailing catamarans. He loved the experience so much and wanted to explore he more of the world, and what better place than on one of Lagoon’s flagship 77 foot sailing catamarans in French Polynesia.
As an active waterman, Luke loves introducing guests to enjoy a new adventure on board, whether its snorkelling, wakeboarding or banana boating!
CARIBBEAN (Feb-April 2024) - port TBA
Week: €60 000 + 30% APA / MYBA terms - TBC
MEDITERRANEAN - LOCATION & RATES TBC
High season: €60 000 + 30% APA + VAT / MYBA
Low season: €50 000 + 30% APA + VAT / MYBA
One week minimum - Less than one week charter on request and depending of the calendar.
Delivery fees may apply.
If the APA paid is not sufficient to cover extra expenses, the balance has to be paid on board by the client directly to the captain at cost.
At the contrary, any leftover on the APA will be refunded in cash by the captain at termination of the cruise.