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The current position of JOY ME is at West Mediterranean reported 2 days ago by AIS. The vessel arrived at the port of Monaco, Monaco on Apr 5, 06:43 UTC. The vessel JOY ME (IMO 9579195, MMSI 238041000) is a Yacht built in 2011 (13 years old) and currently sailing under the flag of Croatia .

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What is the present location of JOYME currently? Vessel JOYME is a Pleasure Craft ship sailing under the flag of Croatia . Her IMO number is 9579195 and MMSI number is 238041000. Main ship particulars are length of 49 m and beam of 9 m. Maps below show the following voyage data - Current Position, Next port, Estimated (ETA) and Prediced Time of arrival (PTA), Course, Speed, Draught, Videos, Photos, Local Time, UTC time.

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JOYME (IMO: 9579195) is a Yacht registered and sailing under the flag of Croatia . Her gross tonnage is 620 and deadweight is 131 . JOYME was built in 2011 . JOYME length overall (LOA) is 49.9 m, beam is 9 m. Her container capacity is 0 TEU. The ship is operated by WEST WIND LTD .

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49.91m  /  163'9   philip zepter yachts   2011.

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Possessing a truly playful spirit, superyacht joyME couldn't be better primed for memorable charter vacations

The 49.91m/163'9" motor yacht 'joyMe' by shipyard Philip Zepter Yachts offers flexible accommodation for up to 12 guests in 6 cabins and features interior styling by Marijana Radovic.

Boasting an array of sumptuous living areas laid out invitingly to create a warm and welcoming atmosphere onboard, motor yacht joyMe is the perfect luxury charter yacht for friends and family.

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Built in 2011, joyMe offers guest accommodation for up to 12 guests in 6 suites comprising a master suite, one VIP cabin, two double cabins and two twin cabins. There are 8 beds in total, including 1 king, 1 queen, 2 doubles and 4 singles. She is also capable of carrying up to 11 crew onboard to ensure a relaxed luxury yacht charter experience.

Onboard Comfort & Entertainment

You and your guests can enjoy a variety of experiences on joyMe such as a sauna to help you detox and regenerate. Take a plunge in the pool under the sun and maintain your fitness routine and work out in the well-equipped gym.

Whatever your activities on your charter, you'll find some impressive features are seamlessly integrated to help you such as Wi-Fi connectivity, allowing you to stay connected at all times, should you wish. Guests will experience complete comfort while chartering thanks to air conditioning.

Performance & Range

Built with a steel hull and steel / aluminium superstructure, she offers greater on-board space and is more stable when at anchor thanks to her full-displacement hull. Powered by twin Cummins engines, she comfortably cruises at 11 knots, reaches a maximum speed of 15 knots with a range of up to 3,000 nautical miles from her 60,000 litre fuel tanks at 12 knots.

joyMe has a good selection of water toys and accessories to entertain you and your guests whilst on charter. Principle among these are Flyboards for soaring over the water or swimming like a dolphin. Take to the sea on the Jet Skis offering you power and control on the water. Additionally, there are SEABOBs providing agile cruising and diving. If that isn't enough joyMe also features scuba diving equipment, bikes, inflatable water toys, paddleboards and scooters. joyMe also sports a Avon Tender to transport you with ease.

Book your next the Mediterranean luxury yacht charter aboard joyMe this summer. She is also accepting bookings this winter on request.

This ocean-going luxury charter motor yacht carries up to 11 professional crew who will cater to your every need.

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For your relaxation and entertainment joyMe has the following facilities, for more details please speak to your yacht charter broker.

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joyMe is reported to be available to Charter with the following recreation facilities:

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'joyMe' Charter Rates & Destinations

Mediterranean Summer Cruising Region

Summer Season

May - September

€160,000 p/week + expenses Approx $172,000

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€180,000 p/week + expenses Approx $193,500

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Mediterranean France, Italy, Monaco

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These are the approximate positions of the U.S. Navy’s deployed carrier strike groups and amphibious ready groups throughout the world as of April 29, 2024, based on Navy and public data. In cases where a CSG or ARG is conducting disaggregated operations, the chart reflects the location of the capital ship.

Ships Underway

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USS  Ronald Reagan  (CVN-76) is in port Yokosuka. The carrier is set to depart for a repair availability in Washington state later this year. USS  George Washington  (CVN-73) will replace  Reagan  in Japan. USS  America  (LHA-6) is in port in Sasebo. America will also change homeports later this year, USNI News has learned.

In the Gulf of Thailand

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Aircraft carrier USS  Theodore Roosevelt  (CVN-71) is in the Gulf of Thailand after completing a port visit at Laem Chabang, Thailand.

The carrier has been using older C-2A Greyhounds  as a temporary carrier-onboard delivery vehicle while the CMV-22B fleet was grounded following the November crash of an Air Force MV-22B Osprey off the coast of Japan.

Naval Air Systems Command lifted the grounding of the Ospreys and the Navy has started re-certifying crews and aircraft for the logistics operations.

Carrier Strike Group 9

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Carrier USS  Theodore Roosevelt  (CVN-71), homeported at San Diego, Calif.

Carrier Air Wing 11

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  • The “Fist of the Fleet” of Strike Fighter Squadron (VFA) 25 – F/A-18E – from Naval Air Station Lemoore, Calif.
  • The “Black Knights” of VFA 154 – F/A-18F – from Naval Air Station Lemoore.
  • The “Blue Blasters” of VFA 34 – F/A-18E – from Naval Air Station Oceana, Va.
  • The “Fighting Checkmates” of VFA 211 – F/A-18E – from Naval Air Station Oceana.
  • The “Rooks” of Electronic Attack Squadron (VAQ) 137 – EA-18G – from Naval Air Station Whidbey Island, Wash.
  • The “Liberty Bells” of Airborne Command and Control Squadron (VAW) 115 – E-2D – from Naval Air Station Point Mugu, Calif.
  • The “Providers” of Fleet Logistics Squadron (VRC) 40 – C-2A – from Naval Station, Norfolk, Va.
  • The “Wolf Pack” of Helicopter Maritime Strike Squadron (HSM) 75 – MH-60R – from Naval Air Station North Island, Calif.
  • The “Eightballers” of Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron (HSC) 8 – MH-60S – from Naval Air Station North Island.

Cruiser USS  Lake Erie  (CG-70), homeported at Naval Station San Diego, Calif.

Destroyer Squadron 23 Destroyer Squadron 23 is based in San Diego and is embarked on  Theodore Roosevelt .

  • USS  John S. McCain  (DDG-56), homeported at Naval Station Everett, Wash.
  • USS  Halsey  (DDG-97), homeported at Naval Station San Diego, Calif.
  • USS  Daniel Inouye  (DDG-118), homeported at Naval Station Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.

In the Eastern Mediterranean

Blink and you’ll miss it. ⚡️👀 An F/A-18E, attached to VFA-105, takes off from the flight deck aboard #MightyIKE . Day and night, IKE’s squadrons are patrolling to support maritime security and freedom of navigation. #FA18 | #AlwaysReady | #GreaterEachDay pic.twitter.com/kbFKhb5Bv0 — USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (IKE) (@TheCVN69) April 28, 2024

Ike  deployed on Oct. 14, while several of the carrier’s escorts left on Oct. 13. The carrier transited the Strait of Gibraltar on Oct. 28 and transited the Suez Canal on Nov. 4. Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin extended the ship’s deployment late last month, a defense official confirmed to USNI news.

Carrier Strike Group 2

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Carrier USS   Dwight D. Eisenhower  (CVN-69), homeported at Norfolk, Va.

Carrier Air Wing 3

  • The “Gunslingers” of Strike Fighter Squadron (VFA) 105 – F/A-18E – from Naval Air Station Oceana, Va.
  • The “Fighting Swordsmen” of VFA 32 – F/A-18F – from Naval Air Station Oceana.
  • The “Rampagers” of VFA 83 – F/A-18E – from Naval Air Station Oceana.
  • The “Wildcats” of VFA 131 – F/A-18E – from Naval Air Station Oceana.
  • The “Zappers” of Electronic Attack Squadron (VAQ) 130 – EA-18G – from Naval Air Station Whidbey Island, Wash.
  • The “Screwtops” of Airborne Command and Control Squadron (VAW) 123 – E-2D – from Naval Air Station Norfolk, Va.
  • The “Rawhides” of Fleet Logistics Support Squadron (VRC) 40 – C-2A – from Naval Air Station Norfolk.
  • The “Swamp Foxes” of Helicopter Maritime Strike Squadron (HSM) 74 – MH-60R – from Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Fla.
  • The “Dusty Dogs” of Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron (HSC) 7 – MH-60S – from Naval Station Norfolk.

Cruiser USS  Philippine Sea  (CG-58), homeported at Naval Station Norfolk, Va.

Destroyer Squadron 22 Destroyer Squadron 22 is based in Norfolk, Va., and is embarked on  Eisenhower .

  • USS  Gravely  (DDG-107), homeported at Naval Station Norfolk, Va.
  • USS  Mason  (DDG-87), homeported at Naval Station Mayport, Fla.

In the Red Sea

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U.S. ships continue to patrol the Red Sea as part of Operation Prosperity Guardian, the U.S.-led multinational effort to protect ships moving through the region. Houthi forces in Yemen continue to attack merchant shipping in the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden, while U.S. naval forces in the region have continued strikes against Houthi weapons that U.S. Central Command says are a threat to naval and merchant ships. Houthi forces say they are targeting ships with connections to the United Kingdom, the U.S. and Israel.

The U.N. Security Council on Jan. 10  approved a resolution  calling on Yemen’s Houthi rebel group to “cease its brazen” attacks in the Red Sea.

On Sunday , U.S. Central Command engaged five airborne unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) over the Red Sea.

On Friday , Iranian-backed Houthi terrorists launched three anti-ship ballistic missiles (ASBMs) from Houthi-controlled areas of Yemen into the Red Sea in the vicinity of MV MAISHA, an Antiqua/Barbados flagged, Liberia operated vessel and MV Andromeda Star, a UK owned and Panamanian flagged, Seychelles operated vessel. MV Andromeda Star reported minor damage but continued its voyage.

On Thursday , USCENTCOM engaged and destroyed one unmanned surface vessel (USV) and one UAV in Houthi-controlled areas of Yemen.

On Wednesday , USCENTCOM engaged and destroyed four UAVs over Houthi-controlled areas of Yemen.

In the Gulf of Aden

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On Thursday , one ASBM was launched from Iranian-backed Houthi terrorist-controlled areas of Yemen into the Gulf of Aden.

On Wednesday , a coalition vessel successfully engaged one ASBM launched from Iranian-backed Houthi terrorist-controlled areas in Yemen over the Gulf of Aden. The ASBM was likely targeting the MV Yorktown , a U.S.-flagged, owned, and operated vessel with 18 U.S. and four Greek crew members, according to U.S. Central Command.

In the Persian Gulf

U.S. Coast Guard Sentinel-class Fast Response Cutters are forward-deployed to the region under Patrol Forces Southwest Asia (PATFORSWA). PATFORSWA deploys Coast Guard personnel and ships with U.S. and regional naval forces throughout the Middle East. Initially deployed in 2003 to support Operation Iraqi Freedom, PATFORSWA is now a permanent presence based out of the Kingdom of Bahrain.

In the Eastern Pacific

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Amphibious assault ship   USS  Boxer  (LHD-4)  returned to San Diego, Calif., delaying its deployment after suffering a casualty,  USNI News reported . The two San Diego dry docks large enough to accommodate a big deck amphibious warship are currently occupied, complicating the repairs of  Boxer .

Naval Sea Systems Command told USNI News last week that it has not yet made a decision on the way forward.

“ Boxer  is currently pier side at Naval Station San Diego. As inspections and assessments are continuing, a decision on the most efficient way to execute repairs is still being determined,” reads the statement.

In the Mediterranean and Eastern Atlantic

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The ships carrying pieces to build a humanitarian aid pier in Gaza are now mostly in the Mediterranean Sea.

Three U.S. Army watercraft, a Military Sealift Command transport and a Maritime Administration ready reserve transport ship are off the coast of Gaza.

As of Monday, USAV  General Frank S. Benson  (LSV-1), USAV  Montorrey  (LCU-2030), USAV  Matamoros  (LCU-2026) were operating in the Eastern Mediterranean, along with Military Sealift Command ships USNS  1st Lt. Baldomero Lopez  (T-AK-3010) and MARAD ship MV  Roy P. Benavidez  (TAKR-306). USAV SP4 James A. Loux (LSV-4) was in Souda Bay, according to ship spotters. USAV  Wilson Wharf  (LCU-2011) was in the Eastern Atlantic off the coast of North Africa, not yet in the Mediterranean Sea.

Lopez  and USNS  2nd Lt. John P. Bobo (TAK-3008)  were transporting parts of Naval Beach Group One’s similar floating pier system to operate in tandem with the Army’s system.

2nd Lt. John P. Bobo  returned to Jacksonville, Fla.,  after experiencing a fire in its engine room, the Navy said Wednesday. The crew extinguished the fire and no injuries were reported. The fire is under investigation, according to the statement. As of Monday USNS GySgt. Fred. W. Stockham  (T-AK-3008) was in Jacksonville.

The general concept will have the Army build a pier that it will anchor to the shore in Gaza, with no U.S. personnel setting foot on land. The Navy will build a transfer point two to three miles offshore where cargo – likely originating in Cyprus – will be transferred to the Army watercraft to be taken to the pier.

Based on the initial timelines, the pier could be completed by mid-May.

In the Western Atlantic

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Aircraft carrier USS  George Washington  (CVN-73) departed Norfolk, Va. on Thursday en route its new homeport of Yokosuka, Japan.

As part of its transit,  George Washington  will participate in Southern Seas 2024, which seeks to enhance capability, improve interoperability, and strengthen maritime partnerships with countries throughout the U.S. Southern Command area of responsibility through joint, multinational and interagency exchanges and cooperation. The carrier is set to arrive at Naval Station Mayport, Fla., this week for an opening ceremony for the start of Southern Seas.

Amphibious assault ship USS  Wasp  (LHD-1) is operating off the East Coast.

Aircraft carrier  USS  Harry S. Truman  (CVN-75) is underway conducting basic training.

In addition to these major formations, not shown are others serving in submarines, individual surface ships, aircraft squadrons, SEALs, Special Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Forces, Seabees, EOD Mobile Units and more serving throughout the globe.

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VESSEL REVIEW | Sinichka – Electric commuter boats designed for Russia’s Moskva River

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A series of three new electric monohull commuter ferries have already begun operational sailings on the Moskva River in the Russian capital Moscow.

Built by Russian shipyard Emperium, sister vessels Sinichka , Filka , and Presnya – all named after rivers in Moscow – are being operated by the Moscow Department of Transport and Road Infrastructure Development (Moscow Deptrans). They are the first units of a planned fleet of 20 vessels that will serve the capital city and other nearby communities. The new ferry system will be the water transport system to be operated on the Moskva River in 16 years.

Each vessel has a welded aluminium hull, an LOA of 21 metres, a beam of 6.2 metres, a draught of only 1.4 metres, a displacement of 40 tonnes, and capacity for 80 passengers plus two crewmembers. Seating is available for 42 passengers on each ferry, and the main cabins are also fitted with USB charging ports, wifi connectivity, tables, toilets, and space for bicycles and scooters. The cabin layout can be rearranged to allow the operator to adjust the distances between the seats and to install armrests of varying widths.

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An open upper deck is also accessible to passengers and is the only area on each ferry where smoking is allowed.

The ferries are all of modular construction with each ferry’s wheelhouse, main cabin, and other structural elements being built as complete, separate components. This enables the ferries to be easily dismantled for transport to anywhere in Russia by rail and then quickly re-assembled within seven days.

The ferries are also ice-capable. Recently completed operational trials on the Moskva showed that the vessels can also easily navigate under mild winter conditions with broken surface ice, though year-round operations are planned for the entire fleet.

The ferries are each fitted with 500kWh lithium iron phosphate battery packs that supply power to two 134kW motors. This configuration can deliver a maximum speed of 11.8 knots, a cruising speed of just under 10 knots, and a range of 150 kilometres.

Emperium said the transfer of rotation of electric motors to the propeller is carried out by direct drive. As a propulsion installation, a pulling rotary propeller-steering column with double screws is used. The installation of double pulling screws, with similar power, allows an operator to increase the efficiency of the propulsion system to deliver a slightly higher speed or to reduce energy consumption. This arrangement also provides the ferries with enhanced manoeuvrability necessary for navigating in close quarters.

The batteries themselves have projected service lives of 10 to 12 years and are fitted with safety features such as built-in fire extinguishers and gas vents. Quick-disconnect features allow the batteries to be easily removed for replacement or maintenance.

Some of our readers have expressed disquiet at our publication of reviews and articles describing new vessels from Russia. We at Baird Maritime can understand and sympathise with those views. However, despite the behaviour of the country’s leaders, we believe that the maritime world needs to learn of the latest developments in vessel design and construction there.

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Virginia news | richmond marine terminal’s $6 million in upgrades nearly complete, port official says.

An aerial shot of the Richmond Marine Terminal. The Richmond Marine Terminal has not received an increase in traffic volume in the wake of the Francis Scott Key Bridge collapse in Baltimore County, Maryland. (Courtesy of Port of Virginia)

Six people died in the March 26 collapse of the Key Bridge in Baltimore County. Most of the port was blocked for imports and exports.

The Virginia International Gateway in Portsmouth has received cargo diverted from Baltimore. The facility will process approximately 20,000 container units in April normally headed to Baltimore, according to Joe Harris, Port of Virginia spokesman. The cargo is moving out of the terminal by truck.

Diversions will continue until late May, early June, according to Harris. This is when the Port of Virginia expects the Baltimore port to reopen.

The Port of Virginia manages six terminals, including the Richmond Marine Terminal. Cargo is moved from Portsmouth by barge to Richmond’s inland terminal about three times a week, Harris said.

“There’s very minimal, if any impact at all, at Richmond Marine Terminal,” Harris said about the Key Bridge collapse.

The Gateway Investment Program will spend over a billion dollars to expand overall capacity and cargo handling capabilities for the Port of Virginia.

“We’re spending $1.4 billion to add capacity, to optimize operations, to further modernize operations and really get ready for the future,” Harris said.

A $450 million effort to deepen the channel in Portsmouth will set the Port of Virginia apart from others in the region. The channel will be 55 feet deep upon completion — the deepest port along the U.S. East Coast, according to Harris.

The channel’s widening effort is complete, and the deepening effort will be completed early next year. The expansion will support increased volume at the inland facilities, including RMT and the Virginia Inland Port in Front Royal County.

Improvement projects at the RMT were expected to be complete by the first quarter of 2024, according to a Port of Virginia press release . Those projects are nearing their end, Harris said.

“The improvements being made at Richmond Marine Terminal are part of a larger package of improvements that we’re making throughout the port,” Harris said.

The RMT will gain approximately $6 million in upgrades such as a new, fenced drop lot. It will allow drivers to leave their containers on site in a secure facility after business hours. Gate upgrades are also underway.

Improvements will bolster security and also help to process drivers through the gate faster, according to Harris.

“There’s an efficiency effort underway there,” he said.

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