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Bering 77’s Arina hull and superstructure joined

Bering 77’s hull and superstructure have been successfully joined, moving one step further in the process of launching the 23,95 metre motor yacht. Project Arina is a full displacement motor yacht with clean and modern exterior lines and contemporary interiors which have been cleverly engineered and ingeniously designed by Bering’s in-house team of experts.

The Bering 77 displaces 364,000 pounds (165 tons) and shares the bulbous bow and hard chined hull sides and twin gondola skeg underbody of her sister ships delivering excellent fuel efficiency, sea-keeping performance, and unsurpassed comfort under different weather conditions.  Her bow is very high off the water and prominently features two large pocket anchors tucked into the gorgeous stainless steel backing grill.   This impressive bow height translates into a dry ride and creates very tall interior proportions allowing for over 7’2” (2 metres) headroom throughout.

Project Arina’s interior will accommodate 6 guests in the lower deck staterooms – one full beam forward master, two VIP stateroom amidships and two crew cabin, all with en-suite heads.

Bering 77  features a full beam flybridge great for entertaining with a solid hardtop that easily flows aft to a large boat deck for tender and crane storage.  The raised cockpit aft includes a outside seating area.  The saloon has built in outboard seating and a large dining table.