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Johnson 112 flagship goes down the slipway

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Julia Larikova
December 13, 2017

The Taiwanese-based shipyard has launched its largest model to date, 34-meter Johnson 112, at its premises in Kaohsiung. The motor-yacht boasting Dixon Yacht Design profile will be handed over to her American owner in January 2018, once she completes her sea trials.

The all-GRP superyacht conceived by Johnson in-house naval architects features a raised pilothouse position on the upper deck for convenient maneuvering. With a beam of 7.2 meters and a draft of 1.86, she can accommodate 12 guests in her 6 cabins, which include a main deck master suite and a VIP stateroom. As for the crew, they have two cabins at their disposal, allowing for four members of staff.

Johnson 112 has abundant tender space back aft and an enclosed cockpit forward of the swimming platform equipped for sport-fishing.

Powered by twin 1.925 Caterpillar diesel engines, the boat is expected to reach a top speed of 23 knots. Meanwhile, her ABT zero-speed stabilizers will provide comfort at anchor. The Taiwanese yard has recently committed to building an even bigger yacht, Johnson 115, measuring 35 meters in length.

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