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All You Need to Know About Frank Montecalvo and his Yacht Nicole Evelyn -Yacht Name: Nicole Evelyn - Yacht Length: 38 m (125 ft) - Guests: 10 in 5 cabins - Crew: 7 in 3 cabins - Yacht Value: US$ 8 million - Owners Name: Frank Montecalvo - Owners Net Worth: US$ 50 million + - Owners Company: Bayshore Recycl. - Owners Country: USA - The yacht is named after Montecalvo’s daughter Nicole Evelyn
Luxury Yacht Nicole Evelyn - Frank Montecalvo
Frank Montecalvo is the owner of the yacht Nicole Evelyn.
Who is Frank Montecalvo?
Montecalvo is the founder of Bayshore Recycling. Bayshore Recycling (Bayshore) and its family of companies consists of six separate and distinct recycling operations within its 58-acre eco-complex and energy campus in the Keasbey section of Woodbridge, Twp., New Jersey. Established in 1995, Bayshore became an outlet for the recycling of concrete, asphalt, brick, block, bulky waste, construction debris, non-hazardous petroleum contaminated soil and other diverse materials at a time when landfills were the primary destination for such recyclable "waste.".
The yacht is named after Montecalvo's daughter Nicole Evelyn.
Frank Montecalvo Net Worth
We estimate the net worth of Frank Montecalvo at more than US$ 50 million.
Yacht Nicole Evelyn
Nicole Evelyn is a 38 meter (125 ft) Cheoy Lee, built as Janet in 2003. Nicole Evelyn can accommodate 10 guests and a crew of 7. For a few years she was known as Namoh. She was sold to Frank Montecalvo in 2017.
Hatteras Yacht Nicole Evelyn
The previous Nicole Evelyn was built at Hatteras in the USA to a design by Jack Hargrave. She was delivered in 2002. Nicole Evelyn accommodates eight guests in four cabins. Nicole Evelyn was sold in 2017
Frank Montecalvo House
Montecalvo resides in New Yersey, near New York. See a Google Earth rendering of is house hereunder (showing Nicole Evelyn berthed behind the house)
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