John Rosatti is the owner of the yacht Double Down. Rosatti is the founder of the Plaza Auto Mall, a large automotive group active in New York. He is also founder of the restaurant chains Burger Fi and Vic & Angelo’s.
Rosatti is the founder of the Plaza Auto Mall, based in New York. Plaza sells Hyundai, Acura, Honda, Toyota and Kia cars. Plaza Auto Mall was founded by Rosatti in 1975 and sells more than 20,000 cars per year. Annual sales are above US$ 500 million. The company is within the Top 100 of dealership groups in the USA.
Rosatti is the founder of Burger Fi, a fast growing all-
The net worth of John Rosatti is estimated at US$ 400 million. He is an active philanthropist, donating to many good causes such as a $1 million gift to the Benjamin School in North Palm Beach. The gift led to the opening of the Rosatti Administrative/Library and Media Center, which was named in honor of his late wife, Bonni. Bonni died in a car crash in 2000. Rosatti has his own website.
John owns two houses, one in Palm Beach Garden and one in Fort Lauderdale. Both mansion are waterfront properties and have boat docking facilities. He also owns an apartment in New York. Rosatti drives a Rolls Royce Wraith
John Rosatti is the owner of a Bombardier Global 5000 private jet with registration N1JR The jet was delivered in 1999 and has a purchase price of US$ 45 million. Rosatti previously owned a Gulfstream G-
Rosatti has owned more than 15 yachts. The latest is the 69 meter Codecasa Double Down. Before Double Down he owned the 49 meter Christensen Remember When, which he sold in 2015. Other yachts were the 47 meter Christensen Nice n Easy and the 127ft Crescent Take It Easy. He has also owned several sport fishing yachts and a 50’ Cigarette Marauder. Together with his friend John Staluppi he founded Millenium Superyachts, which created the 68 knots ‘The World is Not Enough’.
The yacht Double Down is a 65 meter (214 ft) Codecasa, delivered in 2010. She was built for Hong Kong based real estate developer Joseph Lau. Lau owns a 61% stake in Chinese Estates Holdings a major property developer and real esate brokerage company. Joseph Lau is one of the richest men in Hong Kong with a net worth of US$ 17 billion. Double Down can accommodate 19 guests and has a crew of 20. The yachts interior is designed by by Della Role Design, and was reworked by Evan K Marshall in 2016. Double Down is listed for sale, asking US$ 45 million.