The Explorer series combines the seakeeping abilities of the Expedition series and shares a similar hull form while bringing a modern, contemporary look and feel to the design. The vessels in the Explorer line make use of huge, seamless windows in the superstructure and vertical hullsides portlights, which work together to ensure that the ship takes full advantage of available natural light, all the way down to the cabins.
Bering 65 is a rugged and classical-looking steel yacht capable of any ocean crossing. She is quiet, solid, and leaves a graceful wake underway. Her displacement is over 200,000 pounds (107 tons). With 5,000 gallons (17,000 l) of fuel, you can cruise continuously for thousands of miles.
Bred as a true explorer, Bering 72 originated from classic trawlers’ lines, but one can hardly recognize this kinship. The stem has a less overhang angle, while the transom is almost vertical with a large swimming platform that reveals the vessel as a luxury yacht.
Bering 72 is capable of any ocean crossing. 260 lbs of displacement of the 21.88 m steel hull guarantee smooth sailing in any weather conditions and sea state. 4,500 gallons (18,200 l) of fuel makes for more than 5000 miles travel range with a cruising speed of 7 knots.
As the first of the Coastal series, Bering 70 offers a range of at least 2,500 nautical miles on the ocean. Created to be the perfect vessel, this luxurious type of coastal yacht is an atypical motor yacht. Large glass panels allow the flow of natural light and unobstructed ocean views from the main deck. Similarly, the interiors reflect minimalistic and contemporary interior design aesthetics expressed through unconventional fabrics and materials aimed to balance modern touches with warm and interesting features.
Bering 77 is one of the most luxurious of all expedition yachts in the Expedition series. With a range of 4,000 nautical miles and a maximum speed of 11 knots, this luxury yacht proves to be one of the best, most preferred among other models. Bering 77 is significant because it features a top beam flybridge that is ideal for entertaining guests.
A steel-built Bering 80 motor yacht takes its design cues from proven ocean-going commercial trawlers. She features a very bold profile, a massive bow with tremendous reserve buoyancy, which allows her to ride up and over large open-ocean swells. Designed for extended passage making, Bering 80 boats a range above 7,500 nautical miles at efficient speeds of 8 knots powered by twin 350 hp Cummins QSM-11 engines. Her maximum speed is 10.5 knots.
Bering 85 is a completely new and very special vessel in Bering Yachts’ family of yachts. With overall length of 27.1 meters and the waterline length of 23.95 meters (plus 2.2 meters of swimming platform), Bering 85 falls short of the MCA manning and equipment regulations for 24-meter superyachts. All living spaces have a height of 2.3 meters. The beam is 8 meters. Actually, Bering 85 is the widest yacht in the class.