QUANTUM OF SOLACE Yacht – John Staluppi’s $58 Million Superyacht

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Custom built for luxury charter in 2012, QUANTUM OF SOLACE yacht is an award winning, world-class vessel. Built by Turkish shipyard Turquoise Yachts, she is extremely spacious and offers plenty of entertainment for her guests.

Name:Quantum of Solace
Length:73m (238ft)
Builder:Proteksan Turquoise
Designer:H2 Yacht Design
Interior Designer:H2 Yacht Design
Speed: 17 knots
Volume: 1,730 tons
Price:US $58 million
Annual Running Cost:US $5.8 million
Owner:John Staluppi

QUANTUM OF SOLACE yacht interior

The Quantum of Solace yacht’s interior was designed by H2 Yacht Design. She has a sleek and modern look, with plenty of wooden features. Her owner and guests can enjoy a spa that opens up to one of the decks, and outstanding lounge and dining areas.

The owner has a private state-room with a private deck, featuring balconies where he can take in the view. Among the many features inside the Quantum of Solace yacht, there is a piano for those who like to play, as well as a steam-room, and a well equipped gym.


The owner of the Quantum of Solace yacht is John Staluppi, a businessman from Brooklyn, who has owned many boats in his life. Every one of them has been named after a James Bond-film, and this one is no different.

Staluppi bought the yacht in 2019, without having even seen her properly. The double-height atrium in the main salon is said to have peaked his interest. Staluppi founded the company Atlantic Auto Group, which operated 25 dealerships in the Long island area.

Another 5 dealerships can be found in Nevada, and the company sells over 50,000 cars every year, not to mention the additional 20,000 used cars. As the third largest privately held car company in America, there is no wonder where Staluppi got his wealth.


The Quantum of Solace Yacht measures a total of 72,6 metres (238,2 ft) in length. Her beam is 12,23 metres (40,1 ft) and her draft is 4 metres (13,1 ft). She reaches a top speed of 17 knots, and a cruise speed of 15 knots.

She can accommodate up to 14 guests and 19 crew, and when she was first built, she was considered to be the largest build to come out of Turkey.


H2 Yacht Designs is behind the exterior design of the Quantum of Solace yacht as well as its interior. She has an impressive sundeck with a pool, as well as a heli-pad.

The balconies on either side of the owner’s private rooms make her stand out, especially in combination with the double-height atrium, which is not often seen in other vessels.

The Quantum of Solace yacht also offers several water toys and other tenders to keep guests entertained. Among these are 6 metre waterslides, as well as two WaaveRunners. Guests can also go snorkelling if they want to.

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