Taiwanese yacht builder, Johnson Yachts, celebrated its 30-year anniversary last year and while 2020 has not panned out the way anyone expected, the shipyard does not intend for its 31st year to be delayed by the Coronavirus.


There is new Johnson 80 ready to be shipped to the United States and two hulls currently under construction, the Johnson 70 and Johnson 115.

“Currently we are trying to maintain our production line, as Taiwan was not influenced so much by Coronavirus. However, our main market is the United States, one of the most affected area, that’s why we are facing some troubles in delivery and marketing planning due to cancelled events and other international business and operational restrictions that have been in place during this Pandemic.” says Leah Huang, Marketing Director at Johnson Yachts. “…We are taking advantage of the current situation by investing in new improvements, technologies and employee training.”

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