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New Bering 65 is launched

Bering Yachts is proud to announce the launch of 65 hull no. #2 at the yard in Zhangjiang, China. Modeled after proven North Atlantic commercial trawlers, her heavy full-displacement hull is ideally suited for the rigors of open ocean travel. The design of the raised pilothouse is rooted in tradition but also highly functional and has become a hallmark of expedition yachts in this class. With efficient, commercially-rated diesel engines and voluminous fuel tanks, she can easily travel 5,000 nautical miles at 6-7 knots without the need for refueling.

The interior floor plan of the 65 includes three spacious staterooms, each with its own private ensuite head, and a crew quarters for two. The interior varnish of American Ash reflects the owners’ wishes, as does the custom-installed teak flooring, an extensive Furuno electronic package and Seakeeper M35 Gyro Stabilizer.

B65 will undergo extensive sea trials in the South China Sea later this month and will be delivered to her owner on May 15th.

The international brand Bering Yachts designs and builds some of the safest semi-custom, steel-hulled expedition and luxury trawler yachts ranging in size from 20m (65ft) to 45m (145ft). Recently acquired company HYSUCAT which has transformed into Bering Marine, added the production of aluminum and fiberglass hydrofoil-supported catamarans to our portfolio. Through all phases of the process – concept, design, engineering, and construction – Bering’s vessels are the result of the efforts of Bering’s experienced team. It includes in-house architects and furniture-makers, engineers, and craftsmen who pay attention to every detail and abide by the highest standards.

Bering Yachts employs over 200 skilled craftsmen in our modern shipbuilding facilities in Antalya, Türkiye, and in Burgas, Bulgaria. Our sales team works with the clients from all around the globe; Bering offices are located in Türkiye, Germany, USA and the Caribbean, and in Australia. Strictly controlled in-house construction, system redundancy, and proven commercial-grade components make Bering Yachts products capable, reliable, comfortable, and seaworthy.