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Bering 70 under construction


Like all of Bering’s models she has been designed from the keel up to be a superb coastal cruiser yacht; however one immediately recognizes that the Bering 70 is not your typical motoryacht. A reverse-raked bow is seldom seen in either traditional or contemporary designs. 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. The end result, a smoother ride for everyone onboard.

Bering 70’s contemporary interior design is a departure from the more traditional styling found on many of today’s passagemaking yachts, but her capabilities are that of a true bluewater voyager. Featuring a pilothouse deck, full displacement hull and a range of over 2,500 nautical miles, she’s ready to carry you and your guests to wherever your destination lies, near or far. 

As every boat builder has a long history, Bering Yachts has models that are popular among our clients and followers. One of these models is the B70. Two of these hulls we launched not that long ago: Ra has been set to sail in 2019 and Levanna – in 2022. Since then, we have been collecting feedback from the owners, and have improved this model by adding features that made B70-family boats larger and better capable for coastal cruises. As we have discontinued building 70-foot models, the improved B78, one of which is currently under construction, became a better replacement for this popular yacht.