The yacht Monaco Wolf was delivered by Heesen Yachts in 2014.
Monaco Wolf is a 50 meter semi-
Her interior design is done by Francesco Paszkowski. She can accommodate 12 guests in 6 staterooms and has a crew of 8.
The luxury yacht is built for Christian Candy, who named her after his twin daughters Isabella Monaco Evanthia and Cayman Charles Wolf.
Christian and his brother previously owned the yacht Candyscape. She is sold and now named Sealyon.
The yacht Monaco Wolf was sold in 2016 (at EUR 29,5 million) and is now named Hayken. The yacht is now owned by billionaire Isabella dos Santos, daughter of Angola's President José Eduardo dos Santos
Hayken is not available for charter.
Christian Candy is the owner of the yacht Monaco Wolf.
Christian and his brother Nick are real estate developers. In 1995, they bought their first property, a one-
They started buying and selling properties in their spare time and establish the interior design company Candy & Candy in 1999.
In 2000 they purchased a Monaco penthouse apartment from Lily Safra, widow of billionaire banker Edmund Safra, for approx. USD 10 million. (Edmund Safra founded the Safra Bank). In 2010 they sold the property to an Arab Sheik for USD 314 million.
Christian is the founder of the CPC Group (Christian Peter Candy Group), specializing in the development of exclusive residential projects.
He is also investor in Metals Exploration Plc a natural resources exploration and development company operating in the Philippines.
The net worth of Christian Candy is estimated at USD 1.1 billion (GBP 750 million)