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Super Yacht Forever One in West India Dock – 19th June 2015


After the departure of one super yacht, West India Dock welcomes another with the arrival of Forever One. Super yacht Forever One, a 54 metre motor yacht  was launched in 2014 by ISA from their Ancona, Italy-based yard.


The yacht was designed by Horacio Bozzo, a naval architect and the Interior design is by Studio Massari . It includes a number of interesting features, unusually the yacht is five decks high and has a reverse bow.


The upper deck includes the owners’ suite  and a alfresco area and a balcony. Additional folding balconies on the main deck and folding platforms give swimmers easy water access. The yacht has its own the 29’5” (9-meter) tender.


Because the yacht is five decks high,  Forever One  has a glass-enclosed elevator that can take guests from their staterooms up to the bridge. Forever One has an overall length of 54.65 metre, a beam of 11.10 metre with a top speed of 16 knots and a range of 4,200nm at 12 knots.


The private guest accommodation consists of with three staterooms, the crew area is located forward with  six crew cabins.
In the world of super yachts finding out who actually owns the ship is sometimes a problem because often they are financed by someone to build and then they are used for charter until they are sold on.   In Forever One’s case, the original owner was Fernando Nicholson a broker who named the ship after his wife.


It is not known how long the Forever One will be in dock.





  1. Diane says:

    Oh how the other half lives! I can imagine how rich you have to be to own something like that!

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