New Johnson Pilothouse Superyacht
Johnson 110 Skylounge
The latest model from Taiwan superyacht yard has an additional level of luxury: a skylounge with unparalleled views, a large entertaining area with galley and dayhead, and plenty of open deck space aft. The Johnson 110 Skylounge has a fiberglass hull and superstructure, built from a design using the yard’s in-house naval architecture and engineering. The yacht’s exterior lines were drawn by Bill Dixon at Dixon Yacht Design, who added a third level to the vertical window arrays that set Johnson Yachts apart. The smoked-glass windows adorn the main deck and pilothouse, and also the skylounge level.
The skylounge is the distinctive design feature of this yacht, and it makes the most of the upper deck, providing world-class views and onboard comforts to a large party. The entertainment area on the main deck consists of a lounge area situated aft with an L-shaped settee to port facing a popup flatscreen TV. Wide doors open the space wide to the aft deck, where a transom settee and loose chairs welcome guests to a large dining table. A pilothouse means the operation of the yacht is set out of sight of the guests, allowing them to relax at sea and enjoy exciting ports of call, while a fully integrated helm means the skipper will be able to monitor all ship’s systems from this command center.
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