The Johnson 83 Fly bridge Motor yacht pictured was built to the owners specification with 4 cabins plus crew quarters for 2 and shows what can be achieved in this length of motor yacht.
Although the boat pictured here has been delivered, we are now taking orders for new build for delivery next season. Please do look at the images on our website of her sister ships as well, you will certainly get a good introduction to the possible finishes and standard of workmanship one can expect in a Johnson 83 Motor Yacht. This model was again a product from Bill Dixon Design and exemplifies his outstanding knowledge of form and function.
Like all Johnson Yachts the Johnson 83 is built to a very high standard and is simply stunning internally as well as externally being drop dead gorgeous! With her twin MAN 1550 hp engines she will happily cruise at a speed of 24 knots. Larger engines can be specified as can the addition of a fishing and fighting chair extension to the platform. As an option the Johnson 83 is also available as a Skylounge (closed Fly) version at a small additional cost.
We have many internal photographs and examples of these superb ships.
Please call or email us and we will be happy to send these to you by return or why not ask us for a full specification or an appointment to view.
Ever dream about going on a long fishing journey or island hopping with friends and family? Well, Johnson 83 offers to turn your dream into reality.With extra living and storage spaces, a weekend rendezvous with the close ones serves her purpose just right! Our unique aft-galley array provides the guests with choices of indoor dining, outdoor dining or both. Other key features such as round foyer of the lower deck and 180 degree vertical windows inherited from our larger models of the main deck; definitely increase her value and becomes one of a kind in its class.
Johnson 83 represents what the shipyard calls Superyacht styling and with a broader beam and more living area than other yachts of the same class and length, with elegant lines and vertical windows that give the yacht external presence and allow for great views whilst underway or at rest.
From the swimming platform there are stairs to port and to starboard
leading up to the main deck with its Al Fresco dining area.
From the Cockpit area there is direct access to the interior via a large glass sliding door leading directly to the saloon, the internal dining table area, a strategically situated open galley and a day head.
The main deck directly connects to the wheel house which is on a slightly higher level and from where the ship can be controlled when not in the open air on the Flybridge helm.
The Flybridge has a hard top, with a sliding sunroof, that covers the forward part of the fly providing protection for the exterior helm station, bar and seating area.
Aft of this area there is space to leave a tender or lounge in deck chairs and enjoy the sun.
The yacht has a total of four double cabins on the lower deck each with en-suite bathrooms.
There is a full beam owners suite, generous forward VIP cabin plus starboard and port guest cabins in between.
Aft on the same deck, is the well insulated engine room and the two-person crew quarters with separate entrance via the swimming platform.
The owner of this vessel opted for a strict black and white scheme. Grey-stained bulkheads go with black teak floors, white marble counter-tops, sofas, curtains and carpets.
The result is an striking modern interior playing with the contrast of bright and dark on the main deck as well as in the cabins of the lower deck.
Twin MAN 1550 hp engines drive this Motoryacht to a cruise speed of 24 knots and on to a top speed of 26 knots.
As befits a vessel of this standard there is a very comprehensive navigational system in the wheelhouse.
The Johnson 83 has a very high standard inventory and her current owner has ensured that there really is nothing missing from this boats inventory.