More than fifteen years ago, Bering went ahead of the curve by starting to make expedition trawler-type full-displacement steel yachts. Their capabilities and unique style gained attention of the explorer yacht enthusiasts and everyone who wanted a safe and sturdy yacht that performed like an expedition boat while being elaborately crafted and stylish. Now Bering makes another step ahead – we are beginning to make aluminum catamarans. It is both popular and practical, so we allow our customers to simultaneously follow the trends and reach their exploration goals.
At this moment, two catamarans were added to the Bering model line – B60 CAT and B80 CAT. Bering catamarans have combined the best of two worlds: stability of the cat design and luxury, quality of craftsmanship, and innovations Bering is known for. They are made for leisure as well as for conquering the seas in both hemispheres; even trans-Atlantic travel is possible.
Just like with the regular Bering yachts, three isolated external zones provide privacy to different guest parties if needed. The flybridge has a 27.7 m2 boat deck option with a crane. Optionally this area can be used as a lounge zone. The main deck has a sunpad on the bow, and a 47 m2 saloon, which is adjacent to the 25.2 m2 cockpit. To add to the relaxing atmosphere, the saloon has a galley with large panoramic windows.
Besides the staterooms, the lower deck has several spacious storage spaces, a lazarette, and 10.5 m2 rising platform for water activities. Two Cummins QSB 6.7 engines provide 425 HP each to propel B60 CAT to the maximum of 15 knots speed. At 12-13 knots of cruise speed, she can travel up to 3,000 nautical miles without any refueling stops.