The Voyager series was developed with a timeless classical styling while keeping the distinctive sea-keeping and ocean-crossing capabilities associated with the Bering brand.
Some of the characteristic design aspects of the vessels in the Voyager series, include a strong and robust construction using steel and aluminum, full displacement hull, bulbous bow, high interior volume and elegant lines. These design attributes make these vessles ideal for cruising in open oceans for undertermined periods of time.
Other trademarks of the Voyager series vessels are seaworthiness, fuel efficiency, safety and reliability.
Bering 55 possesses a more traditional exterior styling featuring a sweeping bow sheer. Portuguese bridge, reverse rake pilothouse windowsand high bulwark, all distinctive to her traditional trawler linage.
The Bering 65 is a rugged and classical looking steel yacht capable of any ocean crossing. She is quiet, strong and leaves a graceful wake underway. Her displacement is over 200,000 pounds (107 tons) and with 5,000 gallons (17,000 litres) of fuel you can cruise continuously for thouthands of miles.
The new Bering 65 Nomad ia a rugged and modern looking yacht built for long range cruising with a more contemporary styling. The modern approach suggests a combination of power, innovative design and originality all of which set out a new direction for Bering in the European market.
The steel-built Bering 80 motor yacht takes its design cues from proven oceangoing commercial trawlers. She features a very bold profile and her massive bow with its tremendous reserve buoyuncy allows her to ride up and over large open-ocean swells. Designed for extended passage making, Bering 80 boats a range in excess of 7,500 nautical miles at efficient speeds of 8 knots powere4d by twin 350 hp Cummins QSM-11 engines, while her maximum speed is 10.5 knots.