Known for her distinctive reverse bow and vibrant red and white paintwork, she is designed by Horacio Bozzo Design and features an aluminium superstructure, steel hull and modern exterior lines. This fully custom five-deck yacht interior is designed by Alessandro Massari/Studio Massari. ISA Yachts collaborated with the the naval architect, sales broker Fernando Nicholson, the captain/owner’s representative Colin Skinner and the interior designer on Forever One's build.
The owner's deck includes a private balcony, accessible from the stateroom, and a large aft deck terrace. A glass elevator connects all decks, from the lower deck to the flybridge and forward on the main deck is the dining area and salon. A spacious beach club with large foldable stern and side platforms provide a docking area for toys and tenders with access to the water by automatic and gentle-angled submerged stairs. The main garage is located forward on main deck and will carry a 9m tender and a 5,5m crew tender.
Two Caterpillar 3512C engines accomodate a speed of 16.5 knots with a trans-pacific range. The exterior color scheme is composed of Dupont Snow White on the hull and superstructure. Red elements are painted with Dupont Rosso Corsa.
The yacht's name Forever One, the owner explains, is dedicated to his wife: “she is the one, forever”.
Forever One will undergo the final commissioning phase in the next coming weeks.
The Superyacht Report has followed Forever One's journey, with a photo essay in issue 146 and Justin Ratcliffe's visit to the yard in issue 154 when she was near completion. Visit TheSuperyachtReport.com for more.