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Luxury Motor Yacht VEDA Splashes at Bering Yachts

May 12, 2016

Written by Eva Belanyiova

Bering Yachts announced a successful launch of their new Bering 80 luxury motor yacht VEDA; a full displacement steel yacht representing the flagship of the Bering Fleet and the fourth vessel in their Expedition Class series.

Bering 80 yacht VEDA during launch

Bering 80 yacht VEDA during launch

VEDA is a the heaviest vessel in her class, with a displacement of more than 470,000 pounds and boasts a fuel capacity of more than 10,000 gallons. Her exterior lines are masculine, featuring blue/grey colour combined with classic rich Makore wood interiors boasting marble and granite elements, as well as hand-made furniture.

Bering 80 - VEDA at launch

Bering 80 – VEDA at launch

With a spacious interior and exterior deck areas thanks to her huge 25’8” beam, Veda provides her guests with plenty of possibilities to relax, entertain and socialise. The accommodation has been created for eight guests in four deluxe staterooms, all of which are equipped with private en-suite bathroom facilities.

VEDA launched at Bering Yachts

VEDA launched at Bering Yachts

Fitted with two Cummins QSM-11 350hp engines, the yacht is able to reach a top speed of twelve knots and has a range of 6,000 nautical miles at 9 knots.

The new Bering 80 is a true expedition yacht with the finest of finishes and the luxuries found aboard superyachts.

Take a glimpse at NEW 35m Expedition Yacht BERING 115

January 18, 2016

Written by zuzana

Perfect’ has made a video showing the latest 35-metre expedition yacht Bering 115, recently unveiled by Bering Yachts. Destined to cruise the heaviest of seas with grace and efficiency due to a tall bow profile, this beautiful transoceanic vessel has been developed in collaboration with Sabdes Yacht Design.  

Spanning over three lovely and impressive decks, the striking Bering 115 boasts bold and powerful lines. With an amazing fuel capacity of 15,000 gallons, she can easily travel well over 8,000 nautical miles.

Bering 115 – NEW Expedition Series model unveiled by Bering Yachts

January 12, 2016

Written by zuzana

Bering 115 has been proudly unveiled by Bering Yachts as the latest addition to their Expedition Series. Boasting bold and powerful lines, the 35-metre flagship of the Bering fleet has been developed in partnership with Sabdes Yacht Design.

Bering 115 underway

Bering 115 underway

Bering 115 is a striking transoceanic steel yacht, designed to cruise the heaviest of seas with grace and efficiency due to a tall bow profile. This provides the requisite buoyancy to rise up and over approaching swells.

Bering 115 from above

Bering 115 from above

The expeditionary-styled, tri-deck profile of this superb vessel is influenced by the tall bow as well as the Portuguese bridge and pilothouse. With her enormous fuel capacity of 15,000 gallons, the Bering 115 can easily travel well over 8,000 nautical miles.

Bering 115 - aft view

Bering 115 – aft view

Bering Yacht launch luxury yacht Bering 70

September 11, 2015

Written by Eva Belanyiova

Luxury yacht builder, Bering Yachts in Turkey is pleased to announced the launch of their luxury yacht BERINg 70, which represents the hull #1 in the Bering Yachtship series.

Bering 70 - Steel Luxury Yacht - Launch 9.10.2015

Bering 70 – Steel Luxury Yacht – Launch 9.10.2015

Similar to all of Bering’s yachts, she was designed from the keel up and it’s perfect for extensive coastal cruising. Bering 70 yacht features an easily recognisable hull shape and profile, reflecting an atypical motoryacht that is incredibly stylish. A reverse-raked bow is rarely seen in yacht designs of this size. The absence of a large overhanging bow means that there is less reserve buoyancy to create lift when making contact with an approaching wave. This in turn leads to the hull “slicing” through waves as opposed to riding up and over, thereby dampening pitch at sea. As an end result, Bering 70 yacht offers a smoother ride for everyone on board.

Bering 70 - Steel Luxury Yacht - Launch 9.10.2015

Bering 70 – Steel Luxury Yacht – Launch 9.10.2015

Motor yacht Bering 70 was created with a shallow draft of 4.5′, a displacement of 132,000 pounds, carries over 1,000 gallons of fuel and can cruise for 2,500 miles.

Bering 70 - Steel Luxury Yacht - Launch 9.10.2015

Bering 70 – Steel Luxury Yacht – Launch 9.10.2015

Preliminary sea-trials are scheduled for between 14th-19th of September in Antalya, Turkey. During the sea-trials Bering Yachts will gather all performance data of Bering 70 with the yachts due for completion in November.

Bering 70 Yacht - Steel Luxury Yacht - Launch 9.10.2015

Bering 70 Yacht – Steel Luxury Yacht – Launch 9.10.2015

First Motor Yacht BERING 70 to be launched in early September 2015

July 31, 2015

Written by zuzana

The first motor yacht Bering 70 is currently nearing completion at the Bering yard in Antalya, Turkey. Scheduled for launch in early September 2015, luxury yacht Bering 70 is a superb coastal cruiser, part of the Yachtship series

First motor yacht Bering 70 under construction

First motor yacht Bering 70 under construction

The beautiful varnished mahogany interiors of Bering 70 yacht provide comfortable accommodation in three lovely staterooms. The interior design is contemporary, representing a departure from the more traditional styling, typically found on many of today’s passagemakers, but the vessel’s capabilities are that of a true bluewater voyager.

Featuring a steel hull and composite superstructure, motor yacht Bering 70 boasts a reverse-raked bow, rarely seen in either traditional or contemporary designs. This ensures a smoother ride for everyone on board. The yacht is a real go-anywhere vessel, with a pilothouse deck, full displacement hull and a range of over 2,500 nautical miles.

Construction of First Motor Yacht BERING 77 Well Underway

July 31, 2015

Written by zuzana

Unveiled by Bering Yachts earlier this year, the steel motor yacht Bering 77 is a lovely and robust expeditionary yacht, designed for a long-range cruising with extreme comfort. Construction of the first Bering 77 yacht, part of the Expedition series, is currently well underway. Two hulls of Bering 77 have already been ordered, both by current Bering owners.

First Explorer Yacht Bering 77 under construction

First Expeditionary Yacht Bering 77 under construction

Luxury yacht Bering 77 can provide comfortable accommodation in either five or six private cabins. On deck, the Portuguese bridge has been merged into the foredeck, resulting in a generous, forward-facing seating area.

The hull of Bering 77 yacht features a bulbous bow design, twin-engine configuration, hard chines and prop-protecting gondolas. To be run by twin Cummins QSM-11s, the vessel is scheduled for CE Ocean A sea-state certification, irrespective of its delivery destination.

First Superyacht BERING 80 on track for launch in September 2015

July 31, 2015

Written by zuzana

Construction of the first superyacht Bering 80 is currently nearing completion at Bering Yachts. Due to be launched in September 2015, luxury motor yacht Bering 80 is a superb transoceanic heavy displacement vessel, part of the Expedition series.

Expedition Yacht Bering 80 under construction at Bering Yachts

Expedition Yacht Bering 80 under construction at Bering Yachts

Featuring a very bold profile, super yacht Bering 80 boasts an amazingly massive bow with tremendous reserve buoyancy. This allows her to cruise up and over large open-ocean swells with maximum comfort and safety.

The classic passage maker look of Bering 80 yacht is ensured by the pilothouse and Portuguese bridge. As capable as she looks, Bering 80 can cruise well over 6,000 nautical miles with full tanks, thanks to her enormous fuel capacity.

New website and new luxury yacht projects unveiled by SABDES Design

July 28, 2015

Written by zuzana

Australia-based Yacht stylist Scott Blee of the studio SABDES Design is proud to announce that they have successfully launched their new website and are working on several new projects. These include a radically styled 33,5m (110’) Axebow long range motor yacht design, currently undergoing engineering at a shipyard in Turkey.

Passagemaker 110 Yacht Concept by SABDES Design

Passagemaker 110 Yacht Concept by SABDES Design

The 33,5m SABDES superyacht design is being developed on a semi displacement hull form with maximum cruising speed of 18 knots. The styling of the vessel features militaristic cues with ‘faceted’ surfacing, which also helps to simplify her building.

SABDES Design is also working on a minimal 40m (131’) motor yacht, destined for the purpose of safe and luxurious worldwide cruising. She boasts a vast forward sundeck and glass in the aft bulwarks.

Passagemaker 110 superyacht concept by SABDES Design

Passagemaker 110 superyacht concept by SABDES Design

Two other projects with exterior styling by SABDES Design are expected to be launched in August/September 2015; a 70′ passagemaker and an 80ft Explorer Yacht, the latter for a Russian client, both at the final stage of construction at Bering Yachts.

The new website is called ‘SABDES Yacht Design : Exterior Styling, Concepts & Design‘. It also shows some of their current design collaborations with Feadship, Icon Yachts and Bering Yachts.

New motor yacht Bering 77 design unveiled by Bering Yachts

March 25, 2015

Written by zuzana

Bering Yachts is thrilled to unveil their all-new motor yacht Bering 77 design. Two hulls of Bering 77 yacht have already been ordered, both by current Bering owners. The construction of the first hull has already started.

New motor yacht Bering 77 design by Bering Yachts

New motor yacht Bering 77 design by Bering Yachts

The Bering 77 yacht is a very athletic and graceful long range motor yacht. Relying on the experience and lessons learned from all previous models the Bering 77 has one on-deck departure; the Portuguese bridge deck has been merged into the foredeck making this a spectacular outdoors gathering place with comfortable seating to enjoy a front row view while underway in smooth seas.

Luxury yacht Bering 77 design from above

Luxury yacht Bering 77 design from above

Motor yacht Bering 77 displaces 460,000 pounds and shares the bulbous bow, hard chined hull sides and twin gondola skeg underbody of her sister ships. Her bow is very high off the water and prominently features two large pocket anchors tucked into the gorgeous stainless steel backing grill. This impressive bow height translates into a dry ride and creates very tall interior proportions allowing for over 7’2” headroom throughout.

Bering 77 yacht design - side view

Bering 77 yacht design – side view

Aloft the Bering 77 yacht features a full beam flybridge great for entertaining with a solid hardtop and that easily flows aft to a large boat deck for tender and crane storage. On the main deck level the side decks run bow to stern on both sides. The raised cockpit aft includes a outside seating area. The saloon has built in outboard seating and a large dining table.

Motor yacht Bering 77 design - aft view

Motor yacht Bering 77 design – aft view

Going up a few steps you arrive at the galley which in turn transitions into the pilothouse. The pilothouse is ideal for navigating and running the vessel.

The large interior volume lets each owner select the number of cabins and how they are layed out in a wide variety of choices.

Bering 77 yacht design - Saloon and Dining

Bering 77 yacht design – Saloon and Dining

The engine room is extremely impressive with stacked generators and twin Cummins engines in the deep gondola skegs. There is a large sea chest forward on centerline and the access for servicing machinery is extraordinary.

Luxury yacht Bering 77 design - Saloon

Luxury yacht Bering 77 design – Saloon

Luxury yacht Bering 77 has a range of over 4,000 miles at a cruising speed of 8 knots – running at 1,200 RPM she will burn a combined 10 gallons per hour and travel continuously for several weeks non-stop – letting her crew enjoy the journey while crossing the seas.

Bering 77 yacht design - Master Cabin

Bering 77 yacht design – Master Cabin

The Bering 77 yacht is the latest creation and two hulls have already been ordered by current Bering Yachts owners before this new model was even made public.

Technical Specifications of luxury yacht Bering 77 design:

Length Overall (LOA) 77’2″ (23.50 m)

Deck Length (LOD) 74’6″ (22.70 m)

Waterline Length (LWL) 72’4″ (22.00 m)

Beam 24′ 0″ (7.30 m)

Bridge Clearance 35’8″ (11.00 m)

Displacement (FULL LOAD) 364,000 lbs (165 metric Tons)

Draft (FULL LOAD) 6′ 2″ (2.00 m)

Cruise Speed 8 knots

Maximum speed 11 knots

Active Stabilization Optional

Twin EnginesCummins QSM – 11

Bow Thruster Standard

Stern Thruster Standard

Collision Bulkheads 5

Fuel 7,000 gal. (26,500 L)

Water 1,160 gal. (4,400 L)

Grey Water 500 gal (1,900 L)

Black Water 500 gal (1,900 L)

Range 4,000 + nautical miles

Bering Yachts working on new motor yacht Bering 70

November 10, 2014

Written by zuzana

Bering Yachts is currently working on the construction of the new motor yacht Bering 70. Scheduled for delivery by May 2015, luxury yacht Bering 70 is in build at Bering’s new shipyard in Turkey. The company’s new facility of 5000 m2 is equipped with wood, mechanical, stainless steel, as well as paint-varnish workshops. The yard is positioned in Antalya’s Free Economic Zone.

Rendering of luxury motor yacht Bering 70 by Bering Yachts

Rendering of luxury motor yacht Bering 70 by Bering Yachts

Bering 70 yacht is a new and exciting direction for Bering Yachts. The striking unique design is done by Scott Blee and Sabdes YACHT Design. This is the first yacht among Bering yachts which is available in semi-displacement hull capable of reaching 18 knots.

Bering 70 yacht's steel hull

Bering 70 yacht's steel hull

Bering 70 yacht’s design allows it to present smooth and comfortable motion even in the roughest conditions. The very efficient and easily driven hull form utilizes low power engines to give excellent fuel economy. To aid in the comfort for extended cruises or the live-aboard passengers, space on board is smartly used to make the vessel feel larger than it is. Finally, Bering 70 can be configured with a Hybrid Propulsion system.