Designed by internationally acclaimed naval architect Al Mason and built to the highest yacht standards, Oh Joy II will knock your soggy socks off with her performance, comfort and craftsmanship.


Oh Joy II is built for the specific purpose of cruising the world's oceans. She is designed expressly to be able to handle deep water ocean cruising and passages of months between ports.

She is heavy, weighing in at 28,000 pounds. She is sea-kindly, handling heavy seas and high winds with ease.

But she is, without a doubt, a luxurious yacht. Her solid teak joinery with its hand-rubbed varnish and warm, tropical grain hails from a different era. In fact, it isn't available anymore, at any price. But she carries this luxury with understated grace and style.

Oh Joy II's saloon is warm and comfortable and filled with natural light, with the added comfort of a gas fireplace for chilly northwest evenings.

Her galley is complete, with double stainless steel sinks, refrigerator and freezer, three-burner gas range and oven, microwave, coffee maker and storage for enough provisions to satisfy even the most ravenous crew.

Two private, well-appointed double staterooms offer complete comfort. There are two single berths in the ship's main saloon to accommodate up to 6 overnight guests. And the head (bathroom) is roomy, bright and has a separate shower complete with hot water and a built-in teak bench seat.  

Carrying up to 1,800 square feet of canvas, Oh Joy II can get up and go. 

She is the definition of the proper off-shore sailing yacht and is built to Lloyds +100 A1 specs.

She is one of the finest cruising yachts on the water today.





Port – Bainbridge Island
Guests – Up to 6
Crew – Up to 2, as needed
Designer –  Al Mason
Length – 44'
Guest Cabins – 2


Wildlife Watching
Open-water Swimming
Sail Training
Land Excursions
Crabbing/Clamming Fishing



10ft Dinghy with 9.9 HP
Gas Barbecue
Kayaks by arrangement
Deck Shower

Oh Joy II's interior configuration.