Who is John Staluppi?
John Staluppi is the owner of the yacht Quantum of Solace. Staluppi is the founder of the Atlantic Auto Group. It is a large automotive group and active as Honda car dealership. He was born in January 1947. He is married to Jeanette.
Atlantic Auto Group
Staluppi is the founder of the Atlantic Auto Group. Atlantic operates 25 dealerships in Long Island. And five dealerships in Nevada. Each year the group sells 50,000 new cars. And 20,000 used cars and services nearly 1 million cars.
Atlantic Auto Group is the third-
Staluppi Net Worth
His net worth is estimated at US$ 500 million. He is an active philanthropist. Donating to many good causes such as the Make A Wish foundation. Staluppi has his own website.
Cars of Dreams Collection
Staluppi was the owner of a rare car collection. It was a museum named Cars of Dreams. The museum has a collection of 120 fully restored cars, trucks, and motorcycles. Most vehicles were from the 1950s.
In 2012 the entire collection was sold at RM Auctions. The auction was generating US$ 11.5 million. The most expensive car was a 1952 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible. Which sold for US$ 299,750.
How Many Yachts has He Owned?
We are not sure if he still owns her. Other yachts owned (and sold) by Staluppi, are the Heesen built Octopussy. She is capable of more than 50 knots. He also owned the 49 meter Christensen yacht Casino Royale. Which was sold in 2009 to David McDonald.
He owned the 52 meter Benetti Quantum of Solace. Which was built as Midlandia for Alexander Shnaider. And he owned the 2011 Benetti Diamonds are Forever. Which he bought new while under construction.
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Octopussy was built in 1998 for Staluppi. At that time she was the world’s fastest yacht. Her three MTU16V396TB94 each produced 3500 hp. Her max speed was 53 knots. Her cruise speed was 50 knots. But she still had a range of 2,800nm at 12 knots. Octopussy can accommodate 10 guests and has a crew of 6.
MY Skyfall (Trinity)
Skyfall is a 58 meter (190ft) motor yacht. The boat was delivered in 2010 by Trinity. She was built as Mi Sueno for Michael Moreno. Moreno is the founder of the Moreno Group. Active in the oil and gas business and in real estate.
Skyfall has accommodations for 17 guests in 7 cabins. And she has a crew of 13. Her interior is designed by Patrick Knowles. Skyfall has a shallow draft so she can easily reach the Bahamas.
In February 2018 Skyfall was sold to real estate developer Roy E Carroll
Spectre has a range of 6,500 miles at 12 knots. And the luxury yacht has a top speed of about 21 knots.
This speed is 30% more than a traditional displacement hull. Spectre accommodates 12 guests and a crew of 10. See some interior photos of Spectre hereunder.
Sold to Rob and Richard Sands
Spectre was listed for sale, asking EUR 65 million. She was sold in early 2019. Her new owners are the brothers Rob and Richards Sands.
MY Quantum of Solace
His current 72 meter Quantum of Solace (which he bought in 2019) is listed for sale. We were told he is building a new yacht, which will be delivered in 2021. Quantum of Solace was built at Turquoise yacht in 2012.
She is powered by 2 Caterpillar engines. Her max speed is 17 knots her cruise speed is 14 knots. Her range is more than 4,000nm. Her volume is 1,730GT.
Her interior is designed by H2 Yacht Design. She can accommodate 14 guests in 7 staterooms. She has a crew of 19.
Yacht For Sale
Quantum of Solace yacht is listed for sale, asking US$ 58 million.
John Staluppi House
John and his wife Jeanette Staluppi live in a large waterfront property in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. The house is situated on the North Palm Beach Water Way. Which gives access to the Atlantic Ocean.
Staluppi is the owner of a 2019 Gulfstream G650ER with registration N17JS. A G650ER has a list price of US$ 70 million.
Before that he owned a Bombardier Global 6000 private jet. Also with registration N17JS. A Bombardier Global 6000 has a purchase price of US$ 45 million. She is listed for sale.
Before that he owned a 2010 Gulfstream G550. This jet also had the registration N17JS.