October 6, 2018

New Model: Johnson 112

Johnson Yachts is excited to share news of the recent launch of the 112. The latest launch from this Taiwan yard has key design features that were specified by her owners to make this a truly one-of-a-kind, six-stateroom super yacht. The Johnson 112 has a fiberglass hull and superstructure, built from a design using the yard’s in-house naval architecture and engineering. Bill Dixon at Dixon Yacht Design drew the yacht’s distinctive exterior lines, which feature the double bank of vertical windows forward that have become a Johnson hallmark.  Accommodations on the Johnson 112 start with the main-deck master, which makes the most of the lower bank of vertical windows. These windows provide excellent views in a wide panorama encompassing the bow of the superyacht. Below decks are five additional staterooms. Four of these staterooms feature twin berths that combine easily to form double berths. Two of the staterooms also have Pullman berths, bringing the count of the owner’s party to fourteen. Comfortable crew’s quarters accommodate six. As an early adopter of large-volume hull forms, Johnson Yachts understands the importance of space for comfort on board and the Johnson 112 is no exception, with a seven meters plus of beam that allows for exceptional space below decks, where hull side windows offer natural light and opening ports ensure ventilation. The shared spaces on board also accommodate large groups, with three distinct dining areas that can seat twelve together at one table: the main saloon dining area, the aft deck, and the flying bridge. The flying bridge is expansive and sturdily built, with a boat deck equipped with a davit and space for a RIB tender and two personal watercraft. A huge bow sun-pad and seating area further optimizes the outdoor space on board.  The design also incorporates a fishing cockpit, which allows guests to enjoy the water in comfort and safety. From the cockpit there is access to a complete dive room with a compressor and stowage for dive tanks and the necessary equipment for underwater adventures.  The Johnson 112 is powered by a pair of 1925hp Cats C32 ACERT diesels, giving her a top speed up to 23 knots.
Technical Data:
LOA - 34.14 m (112ft)
Beam - 7.20 m
Draft - 1.83 m
Displacement - 100 t light
Fuel Capacity - 15141 l
Water Capacity - 2400 l
Accommodation - twelve guests in six cabins, six crew in three cabins
Engines - 2 x Cats C32 Acert1925hp
Propulsion - line shaft 
Speed - 23 knots max speed
Project - Bill Dixon

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