Brett Blundy is the owner of the yacht Cloud 9. He is the founder of BB Retail Capital.
BBRC is a private investment company which is active in 3 key portfolios: global retail brands, retail property and beef breeding. BBRC was founded by Brett Blundy in 1980 with the purchase of a single music store called Disko Duck. That music store grew into a 350 store chain called the Sanity Entertainment Group. Blundy sold his shared and started the lingerie chain Bras N Things
Bras N Things is a chain 200 stores throughout Australia and New Zealand, specializing in the sale of women’s lingerie, sleepwear and swimwear. The company has more than 1,500 employees.
BBRC is a major shareholder in Aventus Property. Aventus is the largest investor and manager of 14 large format retail centers in Australia. The portfolio has a value of over A$1 billion.
In 2010 Blundy founded Lovisa, a fashion jeweler and hair accessories chain, with over 270 stores. Lovisa was listed on the Australian stock exchange in 2014. Brett’s sister Tracey Blundy is a director at Lovisa. BBRC owns 41% of Lovisa.
BBRC Beef is involved in cattle farming in Northern Australia. BBRC Beef aims to feed Asia’s growing appetite for quality beef. The company owns 6 million acres in Australia’s Northern Territory and has a herd size of over 150,000 head.
According to Forbes, Brett Blundy has a net worth of US$ 645 million. He is one of Australia's richest.
Blundy owns a large US$ 45 million house in Rose Bay, near Sydney.
The yacht Cloud 9 is built by CRN and delivered in 2017. The yacht is designed by Zuccon International, while Winch Design is responsible for her interior. Cloud 9 is powered by two Caterpillar 3516C 2,000 kW @1600 rpm engines, delivering a maximum speed of 16.5 knots and a cruising speed of 15 knots. She is available for charter, through Burgess Yachts.