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The 105' / 32m Johnson 105 motor yacht motor yacht 'White Shark of London' was built by Johnson Yachts in Taiwan at their Kaohsiung shipyard , she was delivered to her owner in 2008. Her elegant exterior and interior styling are the work of Dixon Yacht Design, who is also responsible for her engineering.
Holds up to 10 guest in 5 cabins and 6 crew members, The bi-level master cabin on the main deck has a spectacular 180-degree views.
2 x 1825hp Caterpillar engines
5 toilets and showers
This is the newest member of the new Motor Yachts just released by Johnson. Like all the other range this Yacht has all the luxury inclusions. When you talk of super yachts this is up with the best of them. Already 8 are pre sold in the U.S and Europe and as of April 2007 are on the production line. The first 105 Yacht has completed its sea trials and been signed off by Bill Dickson and will be completed ready for the U.S. market in 3 months.
Johnson features Radar, Generator, Salon GPS plotter, BBQ and Bimini. It also boasts Flat screen TV, Air conditioning, Audio system, DVD Player and Outside speakers. Fully-equipped kitchen includes Microwave, Dishwasher, Freezer, Coffee machine and Oven.
This motor yacht is operated in SPAIN
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