Once launched it will be the largest vessel ever built by Bering Yachts. But that won’t be the only record set by this ocean-going 45m. The Bering 145 is also the yard’s first to be powered by a cutting-edge hybrid propulsion system.
Externally, the 45m features a prominent bow and a broad forward section which contrasts with a light stern and a generous upper deck overhang that both offers protection to the cockpit on the main, and large al fresco areas in addition to room for toys and tender.
This frees up the stern which is home to a 40 sqm beach club. The interiors of the Bering 145 boast six cabins, five of which are on the lower deck. The master, on the other hand, is on the main and wrapped in over 9.5 sqm of panoramic windows. Also on the main is a large saloon with dining area. The sky lounge on the upper deck has a second dining area too.
Lastly, the fly is home to a spa area, gas barbecue and bar. 95,600-litre fuel tanks give the yacht a cruising range of over 12,000 nm at a speed of nine knots in hybrid mode. In traditional mode, it yields a range of 4,500 nm at eight knots.