The 47.6-metre superyacht My Secret has been sold and renamed Art & Joy after just over one and a half years on the market. The deal was concluded by David Westwood of TWW Yachts who represented the seller and Hakan Altinel of Altinel Shipyard who introduced the buyer.Photo: Julien Hubert / TWW YachtsThe superyacht Art & Joy, was constructed by Heesen Yachts in 2012 as part of the builder’s Heesen 4700 Displacement model of which 10 units were built. The 499 GT superyacht was designed by Omega Architects and features naval architecture from her builder, Heesen Yachts. Bannenberg & Rowell Design penned her interior. The yacht underwent a refit in 2018.Photo: Julien Hubert / TWW YachtsArt & Joy accommodates up-to 12 guests across five staterooms, including a full-beam master suite situated on the main deck forward. The remaining guest accommodation is located on the lower deck.Photo: Julien Hubert / TWW YachtsPhoto: Julien Hubert / TWW YachtsPhoto: Julien Hubert / TWW YachtsPhoto: Julien Hubert / TWW YachtsThe superyacht features a large swim platform situated to the transom, a tender garage, and spacious a sundeck with a Jacuzzi, an area for sunbathing, and outdoor gym equipment.Photo: Julien Hubert / TWW YachtsPhoto: Julien Hubert / TWW YachtsPhoto: Julien Hubert / TWW YachtsPhoto: Julien Hubert / TWW YachtsPerformance-wise, Art & Joy is equipped with twin MTU 8V 4000 M63 engines which propel her to a top speed of 15 knots, a cruising speed of 13 knots, and a range of 4,000 nautical miles.Photo: Julien Hubert / TWW YachtsShe was sold with a last known asking price of €19,500,000.