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Johnson Yachts celebrates 30 years with two new builds

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As Taiwan superyacht builder Johnson Yachts celebrates its 30th anniversary in business, two new models are in build: its new flagship Johnson 115, which includes available customizable layouts with five or six staterooms; and a Johnson 70, from a series designed to afford custom capabilities in entry-level superyachts.

Both models reflect the builder’s ongoing collaboration with Dixon Yacht Design, as well as British studio Design Unlimited, according to a company press release.

Johnson Yachts also offers repair, refit and maintenance services at a shipyard that can accommodate up to six 130-foot yachts. 

For more information, visit johnson-yachts.com.

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