Five Star Island, Bermuda


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Five Star Island, also known as Wilson Island is situated in the Little Sound on the North Coast of Bermuda in the Parish of Southampton Parish, Bermuda , Southampton.


Until 2012, Five Star Island was owned by one of Bermuda's wealthiest residents, Curt Engelhorn who, according to Forbes had a net worth as of March 2012 of $6.6 billion. Forbes - The World's Billionaires Originally from Germany, Engelhorn is a resident of Gstaad, Switzerland who owned a major share holding in the Bermuda-registered German pharmaceutical multinational company, Corange Ltd. Corange Ltd., in turn, owned Boehringer Mannheim and DePuy Inc. Engelhorn netted $5 billion when he sold his 40% share of Corange to Swiss pharmaceutical giant Hoffmann-La Roche , Roche in 1997 for US$11 billion. During his time in Bermuda, he made large donations to the Bermuda College and the Bermuda Biological Station. Bermuda Online


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