A Steel semi custom raised pilothouse long range expedition trawler the new B77 features a major design departure from previous Bering models. The trademark Bering Portuguese bridge has been merged into the foredeck creating an additional outdoor entertaining zone. The raised vantage point with comfortable seating provides the perfect space to enjoy forward vistas of the open ocean while underway.
The impressive bow height suggests a vessel with true trans oceanic crossing capabilities. The high bow not only ensures a dry ride but also translates into very tall interior proportions allowing headroom of over 7'2" (almost 2.2M) throughout.
You will find it hard to believe the cavernous interior volume is provided by a vessel that measures just over 23m LOA. The ample available space allows each owner a large degree of design flexibility. At Bering the freedom exists to modify vessels to suit individual tastes. Be creative, use your imagination, choose three or four cabins with a variety of different layouts and interior designs possibilities, then option the vessel to suit your requirements.
Bering yachts, with their stunning interiors and beautifully finished hulls, are extremely capable and reliable ocean crossing vessels. All Bering yachts are built heavy for size which provides a particularly sea-kindly motion that very few recreational motor yachts are capable of delivering. A carefully designed low center of gravity combined with the sheer mass of the vessel provides a reduction in roll movement and minimized pitching and pounding that so many find unpleasant. This heavy for size approach is well proven in the commercial marine market where vessel weight is really how one defines a vessel's size as opposed to length.
Bering realises while at sea the peace of mind and safety of owners and guests is of the utmost importance. In addition to the hull and structural design the shipyard puts great emphasis on the reliability of the ship's systems. Many builders use recreational grade components on board their boats for obvious reasons; they are less expensive and their customer's intended use profile simply doesn't demand commercial quality hardware. Bering feels that any boat marketed as ocean going must be specified with the best quality equipment and components. To this end, Bering chooses only commercially rated and internationally sourced equipment on board all of their yachts. This strict adherence to professional grade and the ability to build to any required class ensures the safest most trouble free world cruising experience possible.
Constructed in Turkey's Antalya tax free zone, the Bering B77 truly represents unmatched value for money. Contact E S B for options, full specifications and GA's.