Coco Wolf at Vanguard of Luxury Yachting Furnishing

Luxury outdoor furniture is an essential feature of every luxury yachting experience, helping owners and guests enjoy their ocean adventures in the upmost comfort and style. According to Paul Joseph writing for, at the forefront of this sector is Coco Wolf, founded by New Zealand-born sisters Rebecca Le Noel and Claudine Davis.

Coco Wolf, who design and manufacturer beautiful outdoor upholstered furniture and a range of outdoor marble tables that excel in combining both versatility and practicality, Joseph reports.

Ideal for use on a yacht, their furniture pieces can be utilised inside and out. All of their designs in the collections are available to be made to measure, as well as offering a completely bespoke service to create your own designs.

Along with their multi-functional use, Coco Wolf’s other unique selling proposition (USP) is its innovative design, which uses marine grade materials to create fully upholstered furniture pieces that can be placed outside all year around, if desired.

Essential to this design process is Coco Wolf’s dedicated in-house research and development programme, which sources the finest materials from around the world while utilising cutting edge technological innovations. This allows the company to reimagine every component of traditional outdoor manufacturing and propel it into the 21st century.

As well as appearing on some of the finest yachts found on the ocean today, Coco Wolf furniture is now specified by leading international designers and architects and adorns residential and hospitality venues worldwide.

UK-based Coco Wolf was founded in 2013 by Le Noel and Davis, who were drawn to work together by a shared passion for design and outdoor living.

Original article by Paul Joseph,, November 6, 2018.

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