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News: Bering B107 Commences Construction

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  1. Build Starts On The B107 By Bering Yachts

    The first Bering B107 has commenced construction. The first hull was actually sold towards the end of last year and keel laying also very recently. Providing construction remains on track then completion is expected by October of 2022. The vessel is being dubbed as a long-range cruiser and will have very good range for a yacht her size. Crossing the 'pond' will be within this yacht's capability with its full-displacement steel hull.
  2. The Bering 107 is designed in-house and blends the refined looks of a contemporary cruising superyacht but is being made to be rugged like most of the yard's ocean-going explorer yachts. On a 30-meter yacht actual space is essential as well as the perception of space. Large windows and other glass elements go a long way into aiding this feeling. Below we see an example of the main saloon onboard. Natural light pours inward easily from either side and the views to the exterior are adequate. There are even proposed glass bulwarks on the exterior in the area outside of the main saloon. As for the actual design and decor of the interior it definitely ticks all the boxes for luxury appeal.
  3. Accommodation is expected to be for up to ten guests in five cabins. The layout includes the principal master suite which based on the photo below is located on the upper aft deck. There is also another suite on the forward main deck being referred to as the second master suite. It is full beam and definitely in that category of a super VIP cabin or another master. The lower deck is home to the other three guest cabins. Envisioned as a long-range cruiser the B107 is anticipated to have a range in the region of 4,000 nautical miles at a sedate 9-knots drawing from approximately 31,500 LT of fuel.

    For more information:

    Bering Yachts
    12608 Leatherwood Ct.
    Raleigh, NC 27613
    www.beringyachts.com

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