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Owner James Dicke -
James Dicke is CEO of Crown Equipment Corporation. Crown Equipment designs, manufactures, distributes, services and supports material handling products.
Crown was founded in 1940 as a small one-
In 1957 Crown started producing lift trucks and nowadays Crown is the seventh largest lift truck manufacturer in the world.
James (or Jim) Dicke is an art collector. He has a collection of more than 2,500 paintings, drawings and sculptures.
The net worth of James Dicke is more than US$ 500 million. His company Crown Equipment realizes sales of more than US$ 3 billion and is one of America’s largest companies.
Jim and his wife Janet Dicke live in a large house in Ohio. They also own residences in New York and in Key Largo, Florida.
Dicke is the owner of a Gulfstream G550 private jet, with registration N75CC. The jet was built in 2005. He also owns a Gulfstream G-
The yacht Reef Chief was built as Anjilis for Tony Petrarca.
Tony Petrarca is the founder of The Cedarwood Companies, active in real estate development, construction and leasing. The group consists of Cedarwood Development, Cedarwood Architectural, Tri-
Tony Petrarca has developed hundreds of projects totaling tens of millions of square feet of commercial, multifamily and residential property. Anthony Petrarca resides in Akron, Ohio and Jupiter Island, Florida.
His luxury yacht Reef Chief was built by Trinity in 2009 as Anjilis. Anjilis was sold in 2013 to James Dicke and is now named Reef Chief.
She is powered by two Caterpillar engines, who bring her a top speed of 20 knots. Reef Chief was designed by Geoff Van Aller, while Glade Johnson is responsible for her interior design.
Dicke previously owned a smaller (36 meter) yacht also named Reef Chief.
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