Bering Yachts Delivers B77 VERONIKA, The Ideal Pocket Explorer

Bering Yachts Delivers Pocket Explorer B77 VERONIKA

After just 18 months of construction, Bering Yachts has launched and delivered its BERING B77 VERONIKA pocket explorer. The steel-hulled yacht was designed in-house by Bering Yachts with a classic exterior and state-of-the-art technology and engineering. The tri-deck motor yacht, at 23.99 meters, is spacious and accommodates 6 guests and up to 4 crew, yet she can also be sailed short-handed. VERONIKA is the ideal long-range exploration yacht that supplies enough power, supplies and entertainment for the family and their guests.

Bering Yachts Delivers Pocket Explorer B77 VERONIKA

Built for Family Time and Entertaining

VERONIKA boasts a full-beam flybridge with hardtop, ideal for entertaining; this area aft is where the tender is stored. On the main deck level, the side decks run bow to stern on both sides. The raised cockpit aft includes an al fresco seating area, and the saloon features a built-in seating and a large dining table. Up a few steps from this area rests the galley, and just forward is the pilothouse.

Exploring New Territories

With a large 170 GT of volume, she outperforms most other yachts below 24 meters. At her economic speed of 8 knots, she has a range of over 4,000 nautical miles. The vessel is currently on its way to Australia, where she will explore the territory with her new owners.

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