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Bering 70’s Apsara hull and superstructure joined

Bering 70’s hull and superstructure have been successfully joined, moving one step further in the process of launching the 21 metre motor yacht. Project Apsara is a full displacement motor yacht whose clean and modern exterior lines were penned by SABDES Design, while her contemporary and clean interiors have been cleverly engineered and ingeniously designed by Bering’s in-house team of experts.

Apsara features a modern exterior design that emphasizes the indoor-outdoor connection thanks to the lowered bulwarks and wide window panels installed on the main deck. Her long and slender axe hull offers exceptionally low resistance, delivering excellent fuel efficiency, sea-keeping performance, and unsurpassed comfort at all speeds.

Project Apsara’s interior will accommodate 6 guests in the lower deck staterooms – one full beam master amidships, one VIP stateroom forward and another double cabin aft which can be allocated to crew, all with en-suite heads.

As her name states, Apsara, a supernatural female spirit of the clouds and waters in Hindu and Buddhist mythology, will share a beautiful and unique design in and out.

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.