Images of Forge II and Forged, inspired by the volcano, a natural building element, were shared by design studio M51.
Both the interior and exterior of the yachts were designed by the company and constructed of steel and aluminum. The 82-meter-long twin megayachts have sharp, angular and very colorful lines that give both yachts a characteristic air. The difference between Forged, a true explorer’s boat, and Forge II, inspired by a Mediterranean cruiser, is evident in the stern. Forged has a helicopter landing pad, storage hangar and open deck storage that can be used for tenders. Forge II, on the other hand, features a large 7.5-meter swimming pool and a semi-enclosed dining/lounge area.
Special Architectural Touches
The yachts have two VIP cabins, both of which can accommodate a group of 12 guests. Equipped with full-length windows, the cabins are located on the front upper deck. Accommodating 23 to 25 crew members, the interior décor of the megayachts is modern, minimalist and soft.
The raised sundecks on both yachts feature a jacuzzi, barbecue, day beds, dining table and bar. Dining tables for 14 guests are positioned on the bridge decks. Other special features include a gym, spa and toys. Forge II and Forged sail with electric propulsion, powered by HVO engines and have a range of up to 5,000 nautical miles.