Superyacht Cocoa Bean (ex New Horizon) is a 2014 steel hulled 73.8m (242 foot) long quad deck motor yacht which was built in the USA by Trinity Yachts. M/Y Cocoa Bean was designed by the in house naval architecture of Trinity and her interior design is by Evan Marshall and is built around relaxed family cruising. Yacht Cocoa Bean has an aluminium superstructure and she is Classified as ABS Maltese Cross A1 Yachting Service, AMS, and MCA compliant.
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Super Yacht ICON (ex ICON 62) is a custom built yacht, originally launched by the prominent Dutch shipyard Icon Yachts in 2009. Luxury motor yacht ICON 68 undertook a five-meter transom extension to an overall length of 68 meters in 2014, performed by her home yard, in partnership with Evan K. Marshall.
With launch in 2016, luxury motor yacht Serenity is a lovely 133-foot Noblestar Terrazza 133 vessel, belonging to the Noblestar series. Boasting unique use of balconies, superyacht Serenity is built by the Chinese shipyard, IAG Yachts. Her naval architecture is by Axis Group Yacht Design, while her exterior design is by Evan K. Marshall.
Motor yacht CAPRICE I (Ex Caprice) was delivered by Italmarine in 1998 and refitted in 2006. Her naval architecture is by Giovanni Arrabito and she was built by Agostini Nautica. With an overall measurement of 27,3m (89,7ft), the yacht offers accommodation in 4 cabins, for up to 8 charter guests.