Step on board the 74m superyacht 'Cocoa Bean' with a brand new virtual tour

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By Oliver Pearson  4 July 2018

Explore the interior and exterior spaces of the beautifully styled 74m/243ft motor yacht ‘Cocoa Bean’ with 3D virtual tour.

The biggest superyacht built in the United States in the year that she was delivered, Cocoa Bean is certainly a motor yacht of considerable distinction.

Boasting vast exterior living spaces, and capable of hosting up to 50 guests at port side events, she is ideal for every kind of escape in the Mediterranean this summer.

With a fully-equipped gymnasium fitted at the wheel house, and with a generous swim platform stretching off the aft, guests can be assured of being entertained at all times.

Taking the tour, you can also see for yourself the exacting interior work implemented by Evan K Marshall around both the social and guest spaces.

Available to charter in the Mediterranean this summer, and heading to the Caribbean in winter, charter guests will be able to enjoy the spacious Jacuzzi, al fresco dining areas, and wide selection of water toys and tenders in the finest surroundings possible.

All serviced by a spacious elevator, the four decks provide guests with plenty of options when it comes to relaxing and being entertained, with everything from the main salon to the exterior bar making for exciting settings.

As well as a master cabin with its own private office, M/Y Cocoa Bean also includes a large VIP suite, 2 doubles and 2 twins. Altogether, this configuration allows her to sleep up to 12 guests whilst away on private yacht charter vacations.

One of the largest superyachts ever built in the United States, Cocoa Bean combines her magnificent proportions with plenty of style

Superyacht 'Cocoa Bean' underway

In order to find out more regarding M/Y Cocoa Bean, and how you can enjoy her this summer, get in touch with your preferred charter broker today.

Also, be sure to view and compare all yachts for charter in the Mediterranean.


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