Bering Yachts has joined the hull and superstructure of the second explorer yacht B145 at the brand’s facility in Antalya, Turkey. The yacht has been moved to her outfitting facility.
The 44-meter explorer with a generous 9.7-meter beam was designed by Bering’s in-house team of naval architects and engineers. She spreads across three decks and has an ocean-going capability. She can accommodate 12 guests across six staterooms, including a full-beam master suite with private bar, lounge area and night area, as well as a fold-down balcony, located at the main deck.
A sauna with a spa, situated at the transom beach club, are adjacent to a fully equipped diving room complete with its own fold-down door and decompression chamber. Spacious open upper deck aft allows to carry tenders of up to 8.5m and additional toys. Increased sound proofing will reduce noise and vibration to make the yacht as silent as possible, both at anchor and under way.
With a full displacement steel hull and aluminum superstructure, the B145 is rated at 514 metric tons at full load and will have a hybrid propulsion drive for combination of electric motors for silent operations and a conventional diesel engine.
B145 has a top speed of 15 knots with a range in excess of 4,000 nautical miles at 12-knot cruising speed.
Bering 145 will be delivered in 2024. Confirming the company’s growing dedication to building over-35-meters luxury explorer yachts, Bering also has in production hulls B125, B121, B117 with 2024 delivery.
“Comfort, reliability, and capability – this is important in any exploration-type yacht, and it is exactly what we want to provide to our customers. Our growing construction capacity is following the demand of true enthusiasts and sea-lovers. We promote freedom and curiosity, all in a safe environment of Bering-built boats,” says Alexey Mikhailov, President of Bering Yachts.
Bering Yachts is located in Antalya, Turkey. Its shipyard designs and builds semi-custom steel expedition yachts and luxury steel trawler yachts ranging in size from 50 to 145 feet.