A unique Johnson 93 superyacht
Distinctive profile with notable design element
Johnson Yachts presented the latest iteration of the Johnson 93, a superyacht featuring an on-deck master suite and a capacious flying bridge. The 28.36-meter, four-stateroom yacht showcases the capabilities of this established yacht yard, celebrating its 30th anniversary. Boarding the Johnson 93 is simple from the spacious ‘teak-beach’ swim platform, which has hydraulic aft section that facilitates bathing as well as the launch, retrieval, and stowage of a tender. A large storage garage for gear and serious water toys is in the transom. Guests find port and starboard stairs leading to the aft deck, shaded by the long overhang of the flying bridge. Enter the saloon through stainless-andglass electric sliding doors on centerline from the aft deck.
The saloon is bright and airy with light-colored anigre joinery and large windows port and starboard. The lower bank of nine curved panes of black glass lend their light to a main-deck master, though privacy is assured with electric curtains. The large space greets the owners with unparalleled views in a 270-degree arc encompassing the bow area. The space has a king-size berth on centerline with a desk or dressing table to port and a settee for lounging in solitude. The lower deck features an amidships VIP stateroom, which is, for all intents and purposes, a second master, stretching across the full beam. Johnson Yachts offers various layouts, as well semi-custom modifications within this superyacht design, to allow owners to make the most of the hull’s volume.
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