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Cecil Wright & Partners appointed Central Agent for the charter of M/Y COCOA BEAN
Cecil Wright & Partners appointed Central Agent for the charter of M/Y COCOA BEAN

Cecil Wright & Partners appointed Central Agent for the charter of M/Y COCOA BEAN

Friday, 18th May 2018

 Boutique brokerage agency Cecil Wright & Partners is delighted to be appointed as central agent for the charter of the iconic 74 metre motor yacht COCOA BEAN. 

A sublime blend of high performance and luxury, COCOA BEAN was built by Trinity Yachts in the United States of America and delivered to her owner in 2014. An emphasis on socialising and family ensures her interior and exterior living areas are spacious and extremely well-appointed.  

12 guests can be accommodated on board COCOA BEAN in 6 fabulous en-suite cabins, along with 18 crew to ensure a truly relaxing trip. Her interior, designed by Evan K. Marshall, is both luxurious and welcoming, centred around a large open-plan main deck salon featuring full-height panoramic windows. An additional upper deck salon is well-equipped for entertaining with a fully-equipped wet bar and games table, leading to a sundeck. COCOA BEAN also boasts an upper deck observation lounge offering 180-degree views of the stunning vistas on show.

A simply enormous beach club with on deck shower and multiple sun pads and loungers ensures guests can catch the sun all day long. COCOA BEAN’s water toys include jet skis, kayaks, paddle boards, water skis, snorkel equipment and wake skates. There is an on-deck jacuzzi, and the extensive bridge deck seating area is just the spot to watch the sun set after a day enjoying the ocean and exploring ashore.

COCOA BEAN is a full displacement motor yacht with a range of 6,000nm, a maximum speed of 15.5 knots, and a cruising speed of 13 knots. ‘At anchor’ stabilisers ensure guest comfort while at anchor or in rough seas.

COCOA BEAN is based in the French and Italian Riviera and her charter rate is €600,000 in high season, and €550,000 in low season.

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