Through the blend of superyacht support and stand-alone functionality, the yacht offers sun deck relaxation, a spacious main deck lounge, accommodation for up to 6 guests and 7 crews and touch-and-go helipad. What is more, Joy Rider is fitted with large cool and freeze provision stores, a petrol store, stabilisers and the patented Sea Axe pedigree.
Speed wise, the yacht will boast a top speed of 16.5 knots and range of 5,000 nautical miles at 12 knots thanks to a pair of Caterpillar C32 TTA engines.
The vessel will now go through final outfitting stages at Damen, due for delivery to her owner in September 2019, ahead of her showcase at the Monaco Yacht Show. Meanwhile, the builder has lately celebrated the hull launch of the 77-metre La Datcha SeaXplorer 77.