Bering 130

40.86 m
9.28 m
478 mT
445 GT
Gross tonnage
6000 + nm
10 + 5
Guests & Crew
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This vessel will take you to the end of the world and beyond: she can travel without refill from Greenland to Argentina. Bering 130 is a unique yacht featuring a fuel tank with 65,000 litres capacity that allows you to travel for distances of 6,000 nautical miles and more

Bering 130 is designed for those keen on true expedition yachts: powerful and sharp, with no frills
The saloon features tall windows offering the guests a breathtaking seaview


A superb transoceanic yacht, ready to take on the heaviest seas with grace and efficiency, Bering 130 is 40 meters long; her gross tonnage is 445 GT that helps you to store onboard whatever you need and to travel for 6,000+ nautical miles. Such a long journey is easily combined with maximum comfort — thanks to a huge sundeck on the flybribge, where a large table would accommodate up to 10 guests. The boat’s length along with her large tonnage makes Bering 130 steady and allows her to travel smoothly for a long distance

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Brief Specifications

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Length Overall (LOA)
40.86 m (134`)
Length Waterline (LWL)
38.35 m (125`8`)
Maximum beam
9.28 m (30`44`)
Air draft
13.39 m (43`9`)
Maximum draft
2.78 m (9`12`)
Displacement Full Load
478.16 mT (1054.151 lbs)
65.550 L (17.316 gal.)
Fresh Water
9.975 L (2.635 gal.)
Cruise Speed
12 knots
Maximum Speed
14 knots
6.000+ nautical miles (Cruise Speed 12 kn)
Tender length
6.5 m (21`32`)
Classification society upon request
Pleasure Class / Charter option
Hull Type
Full Displacement
Steel + Aluminum

Bering Yachts proudly announces Bering 130 (40 meters) as its newest Expedition Series model and the flagship of the Bering fleet.

Striking with her bold and powerful lines, she has been developed in partnership with Sabdes Design to be a superb transoceanic yacht, ready to take on the heaviest seas with grace and efficiency, thanks to a tall bow profile that provides the requisite buoyancy to rise up and over approaching swells.

Her expeditionary-styled, tri-deck profile is influenced by the tall bow and the Portuguese bridge and pilothouse — the features that contribute to her functionality and aesthetics. Bering 130 is every bit as capable as she looks, and with her enormous fuel capacity of 17,000 gallons (6,500 l), she can travel well over 6,000 nautical miles.

Bering 130 features a highly functional layout on her 31′ (9.5 meters) beam. The huge sun deck on the flybridge offers a prime location for entertaining, partially shaded by the hardtop and hosting a wet bar, large Jacuzzi, various lounging areas with lots of fitted sun pads.

The stunning upper deck sky lounge reinforces the indoor/outdoor theme with large doors opening out to the aft. The library area, captain’s quarters, and pilothouse are all well-laid on the upper deck. Al-fresco dining for up to ten guests and large sun loungers are available on the aft side of this deck. The main deck’s exterior side incorporates the lounge area with sun pads, seating, and a large coffee table.

The vast main saloon and dining area (for ten guests) have huge full-height windows on either side, giving the guests a wonderful sea view. The galley, day head, and extensive storage areas are on the main deck as well.

The forward located full beam master suite comprises a master stateroom with a king-size bed, a spacious head, and extensive storage areas. Being located on the main deck provides an absolute convenience over the more typical placement of the master suite in the lower deck. In addition to being far more convenient, the master suite offers maximum privacy, given that it is completely separated from the lower staterooms.

Four luxurious and spacious staterooms comprising large queen-size beds and en suite heads make up the lower deck. Fully equipped, dedicated gym and massage therapy cabins, and crew quarters are also located on the lower deck.