Cruising out of Palma earlier this month was the 73.98-metre Cocoa Bean, whose three-phased refit project has been officially completed. Launched in 2012 by Trinity Yachts, the superyacht was first hauled out in 2017 at Astilleros de Mallorca for added features such as new waste treatment system and custom-built Jacuzzi. Photo: Astilleros de MallorcaWhile Langan Design Partners took charge of the architecture and design of the refit, Astilleros de Mallorca completed the second phase of the project which involved the installation of a new galley and extraction system.Photo: Astilleros de MallorcaPhoto: Astilleros de MallorcaThe third and final phase, undertaken during the refit season 2019-2020, focused on improving the exterior styling of the yacht. The owner requested that the profile of the yacht was made to be more homogeneous which meant that the brows on the top and bridge decks were extended, the fashion plates and engine room grills were redesigned, the aft bulwark was lowered, a new larger flagstaff was installed, and trim details were added or enhanced. Photo: Astilleros de MallorcaPhoto: Astilleros de MallorcaThe owner now benefits from an added main deck seating area aft thanks to the lowered bulwark and a decluttered aft bridge deck due to the newly integrated service counters. Cocoa Bean was also repainted to feature a different shade of white on the superstructure and a more modern-looking boot-stripe created by Pinmar.