M/Y Cocoa Bean, 142-ft Broward, 1999

Cocoa Bean, 142-ft Broward, 1999

RJC Yacht’s long-standing relationship, from custom build to management and sales listing, signifies a deep understanding and commitment to COCOA BEAN, the finest Broward built. She was custom designed by Broward’s in-house design team with over $1 million in upgrades for sound engineering done by Joe Smullin of Sound Down. Her comfortable Robin Rose oak interior features a casual, yet elegant, island motif.

Many upgrades in 2008/09 include new carpeting and soft goods. The five-stateroom layout features an on-deck master with His & Her marble baths. The main deck features a glass-enclosed owner’s office, marble entry foyer, and oversized main salon with formal dining for eight. In addition, the teak aft deck offers comfortable island-style rattan seating for outdoor entertaining. The upper decks include a skylounge with panoramic views along with double door access to upper aft deck providing for el fresco dining. The sundeck centers around a large Jacuzzi, sunlounges, wet bar, grill and additional seating for dining. Powered by commercial DDEC 16V-149’s, triple Northern Light generators and all the large yacht options one would expect, COCOA BEAN shows beautifully.

Specifications:

LOA: 142’                                                Year: Mfg-1998, Model-1999

Beam: 28’                                                MFG-Broward

Draft: Min 8’10”                                    Type: Motor Yacht Tri-Deck

Speed: 16 knots

Location: Ft Lauderdale

Price: 12,900,000 USD

For a viewing appointment contact:

Robert J. Cury

954-525-7484

rjcyachts@aol.com

www.rjcyachts.com

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