Taiwan-based yacht builder Johnson Yachts has revealed further details of its new 33.5-metre (110-foot) tri-deck flagship.
The Johnson 115 features elegant exteriors from Dixon Yacht Design. The firm has also developed a plumb bow for the superyacht, extending the volume of the yacht forward; all three of the spacious decks feature inlaid glazing and bulwark protection. Moving aft, the new vessel features a transom garage with space for a 5.5-metre tender and a swim platform (which can stow a separate tender as well).
Interiors come courtesy of Design Unlimited, with calming, neutral tones matched with light natural textures throughout. The flexible spaces inside allow for a number of accommodation configurations, with either five or six staterooms, four or five of which are located on the lower deck. The main-deck master suite boasts en-suite facilities and a panoramic, full-beam window.
The main deck also includes a saloon and dining area, with an enclosed sky lounge nestled on the upper deck above.
As with other builds from the yard, Johnson offers numerous customisation opportunities aboard the Johnson 115.
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