JOHNSON YACHTS TO PRESENT A UNIQUE 93-FOOT SUPERYACHT
Johnson Yachts proudly presents the latest iteration of the Johnson 93, a superyacht featuring an on-deck master suite and a capacious flying bridge. The 93-foot (28.36-meter), four-stateroom yacht showcases the capabilities of this established yacht yard, celebrating its 30thanniversary. Johnson Yachts has used proven build techniques, combined with semi-custom yacht designs from 70 to 125 feet (21.34 to 38.1 meters) by Bill Dixon of Dixon Yacht Design, to be on the forefront of the large-volume movement of yacht design.
The Johnson 93 has a LOA of 93 feet and a beam of 23 feet, 7 inches that carries well forward, with a distinctive profile set apart by a notable design element: dual-level vertical windows. 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 luxurious master head is forward and down five steps, where separate shower and bath compartments complement a vanity with his-and-her vessel sinks set upon a marble countertop, and a matching marble sole. Extensive hanging locker space is also located in the head.
“This series of yacht came about as a wide-beam design with an on-deck master,” says Bill Dixon of Dixon Yacht Design. “She’s got that owner’s cabin with the wraparound glass, a big leisure space with wide side decks and a good-sized flybridge with a solid hardtop, and good crew’s quarters. We designed the structure of the Johnson 93 to accommodate customization and provided Johnson Yachts with the engineering and several layouts, but we sometimes consult on additional accommodation plans.”
Behind the upper-level bank of vertical windows is the raised pilothouse, where the five center panes are clear tempered glass for better sight lines in low-light conditions, and provide 270-degree views to assist safe navigation. The pilothouse is three steps up from the passageway at the forward end of the saloon. Built into a leather-covered console is a full suite of navigation electronics with a pair of 16-inch touchscreen displays. A dinette provides companion seating for the helmsman.
The lower deck features an amidships VIP stateroom, which is, for all intents and purposes, a second master, stretching across the full beam. This space receives a generous quantity of natural light from two levels of rectangular portlights set into the hullsides. With hanging lockers both port and starboard, the VIP features a dinette to starboard and a desk or dressing table to port. The en suite is aft, with his-and-her heads entered from separate doors to either side of the berth. In each head, marble-topped vanities with vessel sinks with a shared, walkthrough shower on centerline between them.
A pair of twin-berth staterooms round out the guest accommodations on the lower level. The portside stateroom has twin berths that push together to form a double. Each guest stateroom has a cedar-lined hanging locker and additional stowage in lockers, as well as its own entertainment system. En suites for the guest staterooms are finished with marble soles and vanity tops, and marble shower seats.
The Johnson 93 price is $4,300,000, imported to the U.S., with duty paid.