An extensive three-stage refit project on the 74 metre superyacht Cocoa Bean has been completed.
Astilleros de Mallorca undertook the refit working in partnership with Langan Design. Work began in 2017 with the Trinity Yachts-built yacht hauled out in Spain.
Work included the installation of a new waste treatment plant, a custom designed Jacuzzi and updated crew mess, alongside additional maintenance work.
The second refit phase took place during 2018-2019 and saw the installation of a completely redesigned galley and new extraction system.
The third and final phase of the refit, which took place between 2019-2020, focused on overhauling the exterior of the boat. Work included extending the brows on the top and bridge decks, lowering the aft bulwark and adding and enhancing trim details. The mast was restyled, and a new boot stripe added. The intention was to make the design feel more consistent.
Delivered in 2012 as the largest yacht built by US yard Trinity Yachts at the time, Cocoa Bean was designed by Geoff Van Aller and can accommodate a total of 12 guests.