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2003 Johnson 58 MotorYacht

  • 58 ft
  • Motor Yacht
  • Palm Beach Gardens, FL, US

Yacht price :

Sale Pending


2003 Johnson 58 Pilothouse Motoryacht in Palm Beach Gardens 33410

Major Price Reduction $449,900

NEW Bottom Paint,  NEW A/C's, Hot Water Heaters, Updated Electronics, +++,

Exceptional Layout and Finishes for the Discerning Yachtsman


Basic Information

58 MotorYacht
Palm Beach Gardens, FL, US
Available for sale in U.S. waters:
Vessel Name:
Boat Type:
Motor Yacht
Hull Material:
Hull Type:
Semi Displacement
Hull Color:
Flag of Registry:

Dimensions & Weight

58 ft - 17.68 meter
60 ft - 18.29 meter
16 ft - 4.88 meter
Draft - max:
4 ft 10 in - 1.47 meter
Bridge Clearance:
21 ft 6 in - 6.55 meter
Dry Weight:
60000 lbs


Cruise Speed:
Joystick Control:
Engine Type:
Drive Type:
Direct Drive
Fuel Type:
800 (Individual), 1600 (combined)
Max Speed:

Tank Capacities

Fuel Tank:
830 gallons - 1 tank(s)
Fresh Water Tank:
200 gallons - 1 tank(s)
Holding Tank:
60 gallons - 1 tank(s)


Total Cabins:
Total Berths:
Total Sleeps:
Total Heads:
Captains Cabin:
Crew Cabins:
Crew Berths:
Crew Sleeps:
Crew Heads:




Main Salon

Entrance to the main salon is from the aft deck through an air operated stainless and glass door. Two steps down leads into the main salon, which is open forward to the dinette, galley, and lower helm area to give an open expanse of space. To starboard is a custom leather u-shaped couch, across from a built in, hidden 42" television, that rises into view at the touch of a button. TV programming is available from a self tracking KVH satellite system with Direct TV, amplified by a BOSE sound system. At the couch is a custom coffee table of inlaid wood with storage below. The interior wood is high gloss and of extremely high workmanship. Indirect lighting behind the valances and beneath the beds creates a warm atmosphere.

Four camera closed circuit television system

Central Vacuum system with two intakes

Four Cruisair air conditioning units

Intercom system throughout boat


Lower Helm Station

Located in the same area as the dinette and galley, the lower helm was designed to allow a helmsman to have good visibility and full instrumentation, but not take a large amount of space.


Master Stateroom

The master is located aft, accessible from a private curved staircase leading from the salon. The location is aft, the full beam of the yacht, and totally away from the other staterooms for added privacy. The queen berth is a centerline walkaround, with a nightstand to each side, reading lights with dimmers to each side, and with ample storage areas to each side of the cabin. There is a 32" flat panel television with DVD player mounted in a custom cabinet matching all of the interior wood in this master stateroom. The closets are cedar lined, and there is a vanity area with seat to one side with special lighting. The ensuite head has a marble floor in the head area itself, plus the same marble flooring in the shower. The shower is big enough that if you drop your soap, you do not have to turn off the shower, dry yourself off, and step outside the shower to pick it up.


VIP Stateroom

Located in the bow of the yacht, this stateroom might be mistaken as the master in other yachts of similar size. The queen berth is located on the centerline for easy access from both sides of the bed, and has separate reading lights on dimmers. From the bed is a good viewing angle for the 21" flat panel TV with DVD player, built in with the same high gloss woods as the rest of the interior. A private ensuite head has great mirrors and a good sized shower stall.


Third Guest Stateroom

There are two single berths and a third head with stall shower.



The galley is forward with Black Galaxy granite counters and with enough area to be easily functional. The Sub Zero refrigeration has two drawers under counter, with a two drawer under counter Sub Zero freezer, for a total of four drawers. The GE Profile microwave has a convection setting; and, for after dinner, there is a Fisher Paykel dishwasher and a trash compactor to make clean up easier and entertaining more fun for all. The layout allows whoever is in the galley to be part of the rest of the onboard activities, raised slightly from the salon and across from the dinette, which has a large inlaid table. There is even a mini TV in the galley.



NEW 2012 Garmin 7212 on Bridge and PilothouseIcom M502 VHF radio on Flybridge

Icom VHF radio at lower station

NEW 2012 Simrad AP21 Autopilot

Hynautic steering

NEW Morse electronic engine controls

Engine synchronizer controls

Low idle switches

12 volt to 110 volt inverter for navigation computer

Garmin open array antenna

Simrad CP33 DGPS +WASS GPS Plotter

Seatel GSMP 2102/20 Satellite telephone

Digital cell phone amplifier with external antenna

Tridata depth and speed log

Four camera closed circuit television system



The aft deck is large and totally covered to keep out of the sun. The deck is teak for a rich look and good non-skid qualities. The table is inlaid wood with a high gloss finish. There are four natural teak chairs and a bench seat aft with storage underneath. Leading up to the flybridge are teak covered stairs instead of a ladder for safety underway. Mounted in the overhead is a motorized weather resistant housing that lowers a flat panel television for viewing but raises it up to hide the unit when not in use. There are two compartments with doors to port and starboard, with the port one having the full electronic engine controls and bow thruster control, for better ease in docking. The compartment to the right has manual back up throttle and gear shifts. Leading aft are stairs to the oversize swim platform, where there are two 50 amp power cords, both with Cablemaster retrieval systems that can be used with a single cord, or both for higher power demand. There are storage compartments and an electric grill. Mounted on the underside of the back deck overhead are two remote control spotlights, which will greatly enhance nighttime activities from the deck.

The side decks are wide enough for easy access forward, but not too wide to take away interior space, there are boarding gates to both port and starboard. Forward is a storage compartment for lines and fenders and there is a wash down at the Muir VC1600 electric windlass with 250 feet of high tensile chain.

Isophalic gel Coat

Solid hand laid fiberglass below the waterline

Fiberglass core construction above the waterline

Non Skid main decks

Extended teak covered swim platform with removable stainless U rails

Stainless steel swim ladder

Oversized Stainless steel handrails with gates

Fresh and salt water wash down on foredeck

Bow pulpit with anchor roller and rails

Bridge Clearance to Mast Light is 21'6"

Bridge Clearance to top of hard top is 17' 6"



The air conditioned flybridge has a hardtop and NEW 2016 full EZ2CY enclosure. Next to the Pompanette helm seat is a second Pompanette helm seat so that the admiral can be at the same level and have the same view as the skipper. There is an fridge/freezer and sink and a table with an L shape bench. Aft of the flybridge is the 12' Nautica hard bottom inflatable dinghy, powered with a 40 horse power four stroke outboard and davit.


Engines and Mechanical

CATERPILLAR 3406 800 hp ENGINES with 960 hours

20 Kw Northern lights generator with 1450 hours

Dual Racor Fuel filters with vacuum gauges

Hynautic Trim tabs

Fireboy automatic fire suppression system with manual override

Under water exhaust system

Strong dripless shaft seals

Oil change system for generator and main engines

Stainless steel fuel tanks with electric gauges and sight gauges

Dual fresh water pump system

Double insulation for sound and heat

110 volt and 12 volt blowers systems

110 volt florescent lighting plus 12 volt lighting

Stainless steel water tank (200 gallon)

Electrical Systems

Northern Lights 20 Kw generator with Sound Shield (1450 hours)

110 and 220 volt power systems

Electrical bonding system

Nine 200 amp hour batteries (recent)

Two automatic battery chargers

Battery Back up system for retaining 110v power to electronics

Two separate 50 amp power cords with Cable Master electric cable retrieval

Isolation transformer

12 volt to 110 volt inverter

Voltage boosters for use when shore power is low from the dock

High water bilge alarms with pump working indicators


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