MY CoCo was designed by Ted Hood, and built at his Little Harbor Yachts in Portsmouth, Rhode Island, USA (now Hinckley Yachts). She is a custom 60 feet motor yacht,  built and equipped to the highest standards. Her classic beauty and quality turns heads everywhere she goes. A truly remarkable and unique yacht, delivering pride and joy to everyone onboard.  

MY CoCo sleeps 6 guests in 3 comfortable double cabins, each with their own bathroom. Two of the cabins can accommodate a 3rd family member, when needed. The crew have their own accommodation on the lower deck.

MY CoCo has spacious areas for relaxing and socializing both inside and out. The aft cockpit with dining area is well protected by high coamings and a bimini, and thanks to a clever and unusual positioning of the main engine exhaust outlets, the cockpit offers fresh air, even when underway. The flybridge has  a comfortable and large sofa for guests to enjoy the views and to follow the navigation. The foredeck is huge, and offers several good spots for sun bathing and lounging.

Download Specification 

LOA                           18.0 m
BEAM                        5.3 m
DRAFT                       1.7 m
DISPLACEMENT       35 tons

ENGINES                   2 x MTU 760 hp
SPEED KN                 17 cruise  10 eco

GENERATORS          8 Kw + 16 Kw
WATERMAKER         Sea Recovery 
AIR CONDITION      100,000 BTU
BOW TRUSTER        ABT Hydraulic

NAVIGATION           Full suit

RIB 385 Highfield w/ water skis
2 x Laser Bug sailing/rowing dinghies
Snorkling gear

Music systems

Fully equipped galley
BBQ in aft cockpit

Washing machine

Ted Hood (1927 — 2013) was a distinguished and extremely talented sailor, sailmaker, boat designer and builder. He has  been inducted to both the Americas Cup Hall of Fame and the U.S. Sailing Hall of Fame. He started his career as a sailmaker and founded Hood Sails, which under his leadership grew to one of the leading sailmakers in the word. His sails were used on all winning boats in the Americas Cup, from 1958 to 1977, including on his own "Courageous", which he skippered to victory in 1974.  Early in the 1980s, Hood sold the sailmaking businesses and focused his attention on designing and building sailing and motor yachts, under the Little Harbor name. Approximately 1,500 yachts of Hood’s design still sail the seas.