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Bering 77 under construction

The freshly announced steel-built Bering 77 is the big sister to the Bering 65, adding 161,000 lb. of displacement alone, and has already been commissioned by two existing Bering owners.

Among its specification changes, the new design adds 2,500 gallons of fuel and nearly triples the freshwater supply to 1,160 gallons. Like all trawlers in Bering’s expedition series, the 77’s proud bow and freeboard scream long-range cruising with extreme comfort, as the hull shares her predecessors’ bulbous bow design, twin-engine configuration, hard chines, and prop-protecting gondolas.

On deck, the only significant design change from the 65 is that the Portuguese bridge has been merged into the foredeck, making a large, forward-facing seating area. The rest of the interior is traditional raised-pilothouse with a generous seating area in the saloon, and a few steps up to the galley and helm. Typicalarrangements feature either five or six private cabins, but Bering hints at further customizations at the owner’s behest.

The international brand Bering Yachts designs and builds some of the safest semi-custom, steel-hulled expedition and luxury trawler yachts ranging in size from 20m (65ft) to 45m (145ft). Recently acquired company HYSUCAT which has transformed into Bering Marine, added the production of aluminum and fiberglass hydrofoil-supported catamarans to our portfolio. Through all phases of the process – concept, design, engineering, and construction – Bering’s vessels are the result of the efforts of Bering’s experienced team. It includes in-house architects and furniture-makers, engineers, and craftsmen who pay attention to every detail and abide by the highest standards.

Bering Yachts employs over 200 skilled craftsmen in our modern shipbuilding facilities in Antalya, Türkiye, and in Burgas, Bulgaria. Our sales team works with the clients from all around the globe; Bering offices are located in Türkiye, Germany, USA and the Caribbean, and in Australia. Strictly controlled in-house construction, system redundancy, and proven commercial-grade components make Bering Yachts products capable, reliable, comfortable, and seaworthy.