Bering yachts is celebrating its first launch of 2021 with the B77 VERONIKA – the first of four planned for this year. Near-future launches will include the Bering 70, 92, and 76, in the second half of 2021. The 77ft (23.99m) VERONIKA is a true, semi-custom long-range voyager with ample power, abundant entertainment qualities, and a large gross tonnage of 170 – outperforming most yachts under 24 meters.
Bering Yachts B77 VERONIKA: Starting A New Chapter of Compact Cruisers
The steel-hulled tri-deck motor yacht was designed in-house by Bering Yachts, and accommodates up to 6 guests and 4 crew, with plenty of space for all to thoroughly enjoy. Thanks to the yard’s 560-ton capacity travel lift, Bering was able to safely and effectively launch the yacht into the waters of the free zone of Antalya.
“With this 77-footer, we are opening a new chapter of compact cruisers,” says Alexei Mikhailov, Bering Yachts’ founder and director. “She may not be the longest yacht in the marinas, but you just have to look at the specs to understand her capabilities. Her communications are just one example: VERONIKA has two satellite internet antennas and all the systems are doubled up so she will never be without sat comms. This is a yacht you can rely on”.
Building Reliable, Comfortable, and Seaworthy Expedition Yachts and Luxury Trawlers
Although located in Turkey, Bering Yachts is actually a US brand that builds semi-custom steel-hulled and aluminum expedition yachts and luxury trawlers that range in size from 65 feet (20m) to 145 feet (45m). The entire team is based in-house, and includes architects, engineers and craftsmen who are all detail-oriented to the highest of standards. The yard employs over 100 craftsmen in Antalya who build reliable, comfortable, and seaworthy vessels.
About Bogdan Gusarev
Bogdan Gusarev is the European Sales Director of Bering Yachts, located in Monte Carlo, Monaco.