Steve Hudson: Net Worth, House, Private Jet and yacht Sovereign
Author: Peter Yachtfan
Sovereign (ex Harbour Island)
55 m (180 ft)
12 in 6 cabins
12 in 6 cabins
Murray & Associates
Sovereign Boat Price:
US$ 25 million
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Steve Hudson (ex owner)
Steve Hudson Net Worth:
US$ 300 million
Hudson Capital Group
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
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We believe Hudson also owned the yacht Lady Jean, named after his wife. Sovereign is listed for sale, asking US$ 25 million.
He is President of the Hudson Capital Group (HCG), a private investment firm focused on the acquisition, development and management of real estate assets.
HCG has developed more than 2,000 apartment and condo units in Florida. HCG owns several warehouse, retail and office buildings located in South Florida. Further Hudson is owner of the HS Property Group, a property management company in Fort Lauderdale.
In eight years time, IYC has grown from a small brokerage office in Fort Lauderdale to 7 full service offices worldwide.
Before that he was active in solid waste services through his company Hudson Management Corporation.
Hudson was also shareholder of Salty’s Warehouse. Salty’s Warehouse, Inc. was engaged in selling name brand consumer products over the Internet.
Salty’s Warehouse focuses on selling consumer electronics and audio-
In 2002 Steve W. Hudson and Earl T. Shannon sold 80% of the stock to Nucotec, Inc., a Nevada corporation, Salty’s Warehouse was a subsidiary of Nucotec, Inc. from 2002 through 2004 when Nucotec was sold to a third party.
In 2004 Earl T. Shannon, Steven W. Hudson, and Scott W. Bodenweber agreed that 5,110,200 of their shares of Nucotec would be redeemed by Nucotec in exchange for all of Nucotec’s shares of Salty’s Warehouse, Inc. In 2006 they sold all of the shares held by them to a group of approximately 54 purchasers for a total sales price of USD 800,000.
As a result of this transaction, Mr. Guy Peckham has acquired 14,077,229 common shares representing 62.7% of the share capital.
Mr. Peckham successfully built Canadian based Goodlife Brands into a CAD$128,000,000 business in annual sales employing over 550 employees across Canada before selling it in 2001.
Salty’s Warehouse is now named Green Energy Renewable Solutions INC.
We estimate his net worth at more than US$ 200 million. His father Harris W. Hudson died in 2018.
The was built as Harbour Island in 2011 by Newcastle Shipyards. She is powered by 2 Caterpillar engines. Which bring her a top speed of 25 knots. Her range is more than 4,000nm.
She is one of the largest private yachts built in the United States. Sovereign is a full displacement yacht built of steel. The yacht can accommodate 12 guests in 6 staterooms. She has a crew of 12.
Newcastle Shipyards was formed in 1999 by Kevin Keith and Leslie Miller. They started building expedition yachts.
Luxury yacht Harbour Island is their largest project to date. In 2012 Harbour Island was sold by Worth Avenue Yachts, she is now named Sovereign.
The boat is not available for yacht charter. And the yacht is not listed for sale.
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SuperYachtFan became aware of another Steve Hudson, based in Toronto, who also seems to be able to purchase a superyacht.
This Hudson is Chairman and CEO of Element Financial Corporation. He founded the private investment firm Cameron Capital and Newcourt Credit Group. Newcourt Credit Group became a world leader in equipment and asset finance.
New York based CIT Group acquired Newcourt Credit in 1999 for US$ 4.2 billion in stocks. At that moment Hudson owned approx. 11% of the shares.
But after earnings were lower than expected, the value of the stocks fell sharply. When he retired a year later his deal was worth approx US$ 200 million. Later he founded Element Financial Corp, which is active in capital equipment lease.
Do you know which Steve owned Harbour Island? Please do sent us a message.
Update: we received a message that ‘the first’ Mr. Hudson was the owner of the yacht. Do you know if Steve from Toronto also owns a yacht? Please do sent us a message.