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Johnson 87' Enclosed Pilothouse

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  1. YachtForums

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    Spotted along the intracoastal on Hillsboro Beach, the latest edition to the Johnson line-up... The 87' Enclosed Bridge. Some may like this look, some may not. But you really have to go onboard to appreciate the lay-out, features and craftsmenship. BIG yacht features... small yacht price.

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    A closer side view...

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    A fuzzy aft pic...

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    the original raised pilot house version was nice and also a fresh design, but this seems too ambitious.
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    poor mans gallant lady...please!

    this is a beautiful and striking yacht I have visited their web site and the interiors are gorgeous!!its good to see some creativity on products that see very little external changes over many years normally.ambitious,yes but very cool!!
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    Hmm, I don't know about Johnsons and craftmanship:

    A few years ago I was running a Johnson 70 for a guy here in Ft. Lauderdale. Although the boat was pretty inside with fancy interior, etc nothing worked.

    Spent a month getting all the bugs worked out and the boat was only 6 months old when I stepped aboard.
    Poking in the corners and behind fancy furniture, it was a bit rough in the retails.

    Perhaps they have improved with the new 87 series, but the 70 was like a big Sea Ray.

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