Quantum of Solace (2008) is the 22nd James Bond movie, and the second one to feature Daniel Craig as Bond.

Riddle Marine 'Gardien des Etoiles' 21' Jet Boat[edit | edit source]

While in Haiti, James Bond steals this boat for a chase. Although it looks like an old, battered home-made fishing boat powered by a Yamaha 40HP outboard engine, this is actually an aluminium jet boat made by Idaho-based company Riddle Marine with a much more powerful engine, customized to look like a Haitian fishing boat called 'Gardien des Etoiles', meaning 'guardian of the stars' in French.

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Sunseeker Superhawk 43[edit | edit source]

General Medrano uses this boat in Haiti. It gets damaged, when Bond rams it using the 'Gardien des Etoiles'.

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Avon Adventure 620[edit | edit source]

In Haiti, Bond is chased by two Avon Adventure 620 inflatable boats (powered by Yamaha 150 HP outboard engines), and manages to destroy both of them. Avon is a British company, producing in the USA.

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Sunseeker M4[edit | edit source]

General Medrano owns this 37m superyacht. The M4 was built in 2007, making it nearly brand new during the time of filming.

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Princess Aviv[edit | edit source]

This ship can be seen in the background. She was built in 1976 at Voorwaarts shipyard in Hoogezand, Netherlands.

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P-209 5 de Noivembre[edit | edit source]

During the Haiti scenes, this small military ship can be spotted (among others). As this was filmed in Panama, it is P-209 5 de Noivembre, formerly known as USGC Point Hannon, in use by U.S. Coast Guard. She was built in 1967 by J.M. Martinac Shipbuilding Corp. in Tacoma, Washington, and was transfered to Panama in 2001.

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Mr. Simon[edit | edit source]

Bond shortly scratches alongside this old ship during the boat chase.

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Allegro[edit | edit source]

This blue ship can be seen in the background.

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Unidentified Ship[edit | edit source]

Bond jumps over this green ship using a motorcycle.

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Garaventa[edit | edit source]

This ship can be spotted in the distance. It is registered in Panama, as the Haitian scenes were actually filmed in Panama.

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America XII[edit | edit source]

This rusty ship can be seen in the background.

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Flamenco[edit | edit source]

This old boat can be seen in the background.

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Unidentified Boat[edit | edit source]

This can be seen in the background.

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Unidentified Catamaran[edit | edit source]

This can also be seen in the background.

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Roi des Signes III[edit | edit source]

This boat can be seen at a boat yard.

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Virginie[edit | edit source]

This boat can be seen in the background at the boat yard.

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Hohentwiel[edit | edit source]

This paddle steamer can be seen at Bregenz, Austria. It is the only one of its kind used on Lake Constance today. She was laid down by Escher, Wyss & Cie. in Zürich, Switzerland. The finished parts were transported to Germany by rail, where she was completed in Friedrichshafen in 1913.

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Sunseeker Sovereign 17[edit | edit source]

In Italy, Bond is driven around in a Sunseeker Sovereign 17. The boat was built in 1970 and restored in 2005. Bond's driver is actually Sunseeker managing director Robert Braithwaite CBE.

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