The latest model from Taiwan Johnson Yachts superyacht yard has an additional level of luxury: The 110 Skylounge. 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 Johnson 110 Skylounge is powered by a pair of 1,925-horsepower Caterpillar C32 ACERT diesels, giving her a top speed of 22 knots. To improve onboard comfort under way and at anchor, the yacht is fitted with ABT zero-speed fin stabilizers and a Seakeeper 35 gyro stabilizer. The Johnson 110 Skylounge is another example of the capabilities of this superyacht yard, but it should also inspire potential buyers to come up with their own modifications to start the discussion about ideas that capitalize on the volume of the yachts and the skills of the engineering and design teams at Johnson Yachts