Taiwanese yard Johnson Yachts has unveiled its latest 35-metre (115-foot) flagship superyacht, Johnson 115.
As the yard’s first tri-deck superyacht, Johnson 115 will feature a plumb bow carrying her volume forward and her profile will be complete with large windows, all protected by bulwarks.
Bill Dixon of Dixon Yacht Design will be responsible for the exterior design, while Design Limited will handle the interior design, with finishes and furnishings left up to the owner.
On board a comfortable welcoming saloon will lead onto a formal dining area forward. Meanwhile alfresco entertaining spaces will be plentiful, featuring a skylounge, foredeck area and wide open-air aft deck on the upper level.
Other key facilities include the large hydraulic swim platform located on the aft foredeck, a transom garage that will open to reveal a beach club, and a swim platform accommodating a five-metre tender. There will also be a garage located behind the beach club to fit a 5.5-metre tender.
Johnson 115 will accommodate either 10 or 12 guests across five or six staterooms and will have a number of customisation options.
President of Johnson Yachts, Andy Huang, said the yard was responding to market demand.
“In recent years, we’ve been getting quite a few inquiries about building tri-deck superyachts. It’s time for us to come up with a stunning new breed of yacht that will fascinate the world,” he said.
More details about the model will be revealed at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show alongside the yard’s “entry level superyacht”, the 21.3-metre (70-foot) Johnson 70.