With the joining of the hull and superstructure of B145 explorer yacht, the Turkish shipyard Bering moves onto the next phase in the impressive 145ft (44m) yacht build, where she will be moved to the outfitting facility to complete works.
Designed by Bering’s in-house team of naval architects and engineers, the B145 will stretch over three decks, offering ample space for long-range cruising for the owner who wants to see the world from the bow of their own yacht. The spacious 31.5ft (9.7m) beam will help to create a spacious main deck master cabin and five comfortable guest suites on the lower deck.
With a full displacement steel hull and aluminum superstructure, the B145 will feature a hybrid propulsion drive for a combination of electric motors for silent operations and a conventional diesel engine, allowing for a top speed of 15 knots with a range in excess of 4,000 nautical miles at 12 knot cruising speed.
“Comfort, reliability, and capability – this is important in any exploration-type yacht, and it is exactly what we want to provide to our customers. Our growing construction capacity is following the demand of true enthusiasts and sea-lovers. We promote freedom and curiosity, all in a safe environment of Bering-built boats,” says Alexey Mikhailov, President of Bering Yachts.
Also included onboard is a private bar and lounge, and a fold-down balcony on the full-beam main deck stateroom. A sauna with a spa, situated at the transom beach club, is adjacent to a fully equipped diving room, complete with a fold-down door and decompression chamber. Her large open upper aft deck will allow stowage for tenders of up to 27ft (8.5m) and water toys. Increased sound proofing will reduce noise and vibration to make the yacht as silent as possible, both at anchor and under way, ensuring comfortable days at sea while cruising for extended periods.
The Bering 145 will be delivered in 2024 and form part of the company’s growing dedication to building over 35m luxury explorer yachts, including the B125, B121, B117 all with delivery set for 2024.