Yacht Length: 63 m (207 ft) -
Nick Candy Net Worth: US$ 1 billion -
Candy is a real estate developer. Together with his brother Christian, he founded Candy and Candy. The company is active in real estate development and interior design.
Candy is married to Holly Valance. Vallance is an Australian actress, model and singer. Nicolas is the sole shareholder of the Candy and Candy Group Limited. While his brother owns the CPC Group.
Candy and Candy is considered to be one of the world’s leading interior design houses.
Real estate investments of Nick Candy include One Hyde Park. And through his O mni Capital Partners he is active in real estate lending. In 2016 the company’s name was changed in to Fortwell Capital Limited. In 2018 the company was purchased by Cain International.
The company provides short and medium term financing solutions to developers and investors within the UK real estate sector
He has a net worth of US$ 1 billion. He lives in Monaco where he moved to for tax reasons. His brother Christian Candy was the owner of the yacht Monaco Wolf. He sold his yacht to Isabel dos Santos, who named the yacht Hayken.
Nicholas Candy is the owner of the yacht 11.11. Which he named after his daughter’s birth day. His daughter is named Luka Violet Toni Candy. The luxury yacht was built by Benetti.
She has a distinctive vertical axe bow. Which avoids upward push from waves to create a surprisingly stable ride. The yacht has a steel hull and aluminum superstructure.
The yacht is powered by two Caterpillar engines. Which bring her a top speed of 17 knots. Her cruise speed is 14 knots. And her range is 5,000 nm.
The yacht is registered to a company named Eleven Eleven London LLP, which is controlled by Candy.
The Interior of 11.11 has an art deco theme. Her design is by the Benetti Design team. She can accommodate 12 guests and has a crew of 15. She is available for yacht charter.
Nicholas Candy was the owner of a Bombardier Challenger 605 private jet. With registration G-
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