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Bering Yachts turns the hull of the first B107

Conceived by the yard’s in-house design team, the B107 is a steel-hulled pocket superyacht with the autonomy and rugged construction of a true explorer. At 33m overall with a beam of 7.55m and a displacement of 276 tonnes, it has a range of over 4,000 nautical miles at a cruising speed of 9 knots.

“This is an important landmark for Bering,” says brand founder Alexei Mikhailov. “After laying the keel at the end of 2020, the turning of the steel hull means that we’re now ready to move on with the assembly and outfitting of the first Bering 107, which is on schedule for delivery in October 2022.”

The layout and living spaces have been fully customised to suit the owners’ family-oriented brief. The master stateroom is on the upper deck behind the pilothouse with a private terrace and a second full-beam master suite is on the main deck forward with direct access to the spa pool on the foredeck. There are three other guest suites on the lower deck.

The family and guests can enjoy a wide array of amenities and entertainment. There are four dining areas on the yacht to choose from: one on the flybridge with bar; another on the upper deck forward; as well as on the aft cockpit and the interior dining room. There is even a sauna on the lower deck, as well as a dedicated laundry deck and walk-in pantry, three crew cabins and a captain`s cabin.

For those who are looking for an over-24-meter superyacht, Bering has to offer three hull sizes: B120, B125, and B145. Other sizes, announced previously on our website, did not draw enough interest and will not be available. By simplifying our product range, we will be able to focus better on the models we offer, thus providing even better yachts to our customers.