Johnson 115 superyacht construction is getting under way
Thursday, June 13, 2019 10:22 AM
-Exterior lines designed by Bill Dixon of Dixon Yacht Design
-Interior design created by Design Unlimited
-With available layouts of five or six staterooms and high levels of customization available
-The sky lounge utilizes the wraparound vertical window design Johnson Yachts is announcing it is about to begin construction on the Johnson 115, the builder’s new flagship, on speculation.
Johnson Yachts is announcing it is about to begin construction on the Johnson 115, the builder’s new flagship, on speculation.
The Johnson 115 will be a world- class superyacht, with a refined aesthetic in a completely new hull design. The new yacht will continue the Taiwan builder’s leadership in large
- volume yachts, a trend they helped to launch from the very first models,showing foresight and industry leadership. The Johnson 115 advances the idea even further, with available layouts of five or six staterooms and high levels of customization available, Johnson Yacht’s flagship will draw the eye of superyacht connoisseurs in harbors around the world. “We ‘re very excited to build our new flagship in this 115 - footer,” said Andy Huang, President of Johnson Yachts.
“We’d like to create a yacht with the flexibility to accommodate owners’ needs, and help their dream become reality.”
The Johnson 115 is the latest platform to help the builder’s clients achieve their yachting goals.
The Johnson 115 will have exterior lines designed by Bill Dixon of Dixon Yacht Design, and she will have a striking plumb bow that carries her volume far forward, maximizing her space for her length overall. She has a tri-deck profile that has large windows, protected by bulwarks with inlaid glazing to allow improved lines of sight from the main deck. The sky lounge utilizes the wraparound vertical window design that has become a hallmark of Johnson Yachts. “There are many design features on this yacht to make owning and living aboard very special,” says Bill Dixon. “Externally, there are multiple deck spaces, from the ‘Beach Club’ at the transom to the flybridge. With the walk - around upper deck, being a go - to area for owner and guests, with large leisure space forward and aft of the ‘Sky lounge.’