MS Joy

MS Joy current position

MS Joy current location is at Europe Inland (coordinates 48.22077 N / 16.41327 E) cruising en route to REGENSBURG. The AIS position was reported 3 minutes ago.

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Current itinerary of MS Joy

MS Joy current cruise is 9 days, one-way from Regensburg to Amsterdam. Prices start from USD 5990 (double occupancy rates). The itinerary starts on 25 Jul, 2024 and ends on 03 Aug, 2024.

Specifications of MS Joy

Year of build2016  /  Age: 8
Flag state Switzerland
BuilderVahali Shipyards (Belgrade, Serbia)
Speed12 kn / 22 km/h / 14 mph
Length (LOA)135 m / 443 ft
Beam (width)12 m / 39 ft
Gross Tonnage3600 gt
Passengers142
Crew39
Decks4
Cabins67
Decks with cabins3
Sister-shipsMS Grace, MS Inspire, MS Savor
OwnerScylla AG
OperatorVIVA Cruises, Tauck Tours USA

MS Joy Itineraries

DateItineraryDeparture PortPrice from
2024 Jun 25 6 days, one-way from Munich to Budapest Munich $5590
2024 Jul 02 7 days, one-way from Budapest to Munich Budapest $4990
2024 Jul 09 7 days, one-way from Vilshofen an der Donau to Budapest Vilshofen an der Donau $4990
2024 Jul 25 9 days, one-way from Regensburg to Amsterdam Regensburg $5990
2024 Aug 04 5 days, one-way from Amsterdam to Basel Amsterdam $5690
2024 Aug 17 9 days, one-way from Amsterdam to Regensburg Amsterdam $6390
2024 Sep 13 9 days, one-way from Regensburg to Amsterdam Regensburg $7290
2024 Oct 06 9 days, one-way from Amsterdam to Regensburg Amsterdam $7190
2024 Nov 30 5 days, one-way from Vienna to Nuremberg Vienna $3890
2024 Dec 07 5 days, one-way from Nuremberg to Vienna Nuremberg $3890
2024 Dec 14 5 days, one-way from Vienna to Nuremberg Vienna $3690
2024 Dec 21 7 days, one-way from Munich to Budapest Munich $4490
2025 Jul 27 6 days, one-way from Munich to Budapest Munich
2025 Aug 26 6 days, one-way from Munich to Budapest Munich
2025 Dec 01 5 days, one-way from Vienna to Nuremberg Vienna
2025 Dec 08 5 days, one-way from Nuremberg to Vienna Nuremberg
2025 Dec 15 5 days, one-way from Vienna to Nuremberg Vienna
2025 Dec 22 7 days, one-way from Munich to Budapest Munich

MS Joy Review

Review of MS Joy

The 2016-built MS Joy cruise ship is sistership to the fleetmates Grace, Savor and Inspire. MS Joy cruises exclusively on Danube River.

The shipowner Scylla charters the riverboat to the US cruise travel company Tauck Tours/fleet, and also to VIVA Cruises (Scylla-owned subsidiary and travel brand established in 2021).

MS Joy river cruise ship

The riverboat (ENI number 07002045) is currently Switzerland-flagged (MMSI 269057560) and registered in Basel.

Cabins

With a maximum of 142 passengers aboard, the 135-meter ms Joy provides plenty of space in her 71 cabins. MS Joy features 24 junior suites, 22 suites, 8 lofts, 4 mini-suites, 13 double cabins.

All passenger staterooms have TV, safe, minibar, air conditioning, hairdryer, shower and toilet.

Shipboard facilities

In the entrance hall, guests will find the Travel Desk, reception, as well as a stylish bord shop. There is a bar called Arthur's (aft on Diamant Deck), which also serves as a second dining venue, along with the main restaurant, Compass Rose, situated on the Ruby deck. Here, passengers also benefit from the Panorama Bar Lounge. MS Joy is equipped with a modern wellness area and fitness room. A hairdresser is also found on board. A lift connects the three individual decks.

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Vessel's construction (hull and superstructure) was done at the Vahali Shipyard in Belgrade Serbia. The 1923-founded Dutch shipbuilding company (Scheepswerf En Machinefabriek Vahali BV) owns and operates yards in Serbia (Belgrade, and Zasavica) and in Holland (Gendt). Vahali Shipyard Zasavica was officially opened in 2013. Following the construction in Serbia, the cruise ship was towed to Holland for final outfitting at Scheepswerf Vahali (Gendt).

MS Joy river cruise ship

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