The yacht was built for American entrepreneur, John Staluppi.
A superyacht like no other has been docked at the stunning Vittoriosa Marina.
The gorgeous 69-metre vessel, owned by American entrepreneur and Atlantic Auto Group founder John Staluppi, is inspired by the coolest spy known to man – James Bond.
In fact, the yacht itself is named ‘Spectre’, after the 2015 James Bond film of the same name.
The superyacht was custom built by Italian shipbuilding company Benetti for a whopping €70 million, but hey, we’re sure Staluppi can afford it. ‘Spectre’ is his third superyacht in less than ten years after all…
The vessel’s interior is like nothing you’ve ever seen, adorned with anything from pure white statuaria marble to high-gloss walnut burr.
‘Spectre’ has more TVs on board than you can even imagine – 30 in total, to be precise – and the engine room itself covers over 110 square metres, just as much as the average flat. The superyacht’s cherries-on-top are its on-board garage and inbuilt lift.
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