This Superyacht is featuring an on-deck master and full-beam VIP in a four-stateroom layout
Johnson Yachts presents the latest iteration of the Johnson 93, a superyacht featuring an on-deck master suite and a capacious flying bridge.
The 93-foot (28.36-meter), four-stateroom yacht showcases the capabilities of this established yacht yard, celebrating its 30th anniversary. Johnson Yachts has used proven build techniques, combined with semi-custom yacht designs from 70 to 125 feet (21.34 to 38.1meters) by Bill Dixon of Dixon Yacht Design, to be on the forefront of the large-volume movement of yacht design.
“With Johnson 93 particular build, we tried more of a contemporary approach as opposed to prior traditional design,” said the builder.
The highlights of the Johnson 93 yacht includes unparalleled views from master suite in a 270-degree arc encompassing the bow area, a capacious flying bridge with an alfresco galley, a “Teak-beach” swim platform featuring a hydraulic aft section for tender launching and stowage. The shipyard also offers various layouts and semi-custom modifications within this hull design.
The largest of Johnson Yachts that features the shipyard signature dual level vertical windows with 180 degree viewing capability, the Johnson 93 has many unique features that add enormously to the pleasure of ownership. The ‘on deck’ level owner’s suite provides its occupants with a stunning ‘wrap around ‘view of their surroundings whilst providing a large and totally private space. The vessels wide beam provides a significant increase in internal volume over other vessels in its class.
A ‘fishing cockpit’ is also available for both flybridge and sky lounge versions of the Johnson Yachts 93.