Bering has announced the keel laying of the semi-custom B107 superyacht, marking the start of construction on the 33-metre vessel that is scheduled for delivery in October 2022.
Taking place in the builder’s Antalya shipyard, the new Bering B107 is inline with predecessors the B117 and B92, which are also currently in build.
With a beam of 7.55 metres and a displacement of 276 tons, the Bering 107 is designed t for long-range cruising. Designers say the full-displacement, steel-hulled yacht combines the autonomy and construction of an explorer with the contemporary styling and comfort of a modern superyacht.
Conceived by the yard’s in-house design team, the B107 has a layout and living spaces fully customised to suit the owner’s family-oriented needs. The master stateroom is located on the upper deck behind the pilothouse and features a private terrace and panoramic sea views.
Unusually for this size yacht, there is a second full-beam master suite on the main deck forward with direct access to the spa pool on the foredeck protected by the high, flared bow.
There are three other guest suites on the lower deck, as well as four dining areas on the yacht: one on the flybridge with bar, another on the upper deck forward, as well as one in the aft cockpit and the interior dining room. There is also a sauna, a dedicated laundry walk-in pantry, three crew cabins and a captain’s cabin on the lower deck.
The yacht can hold 31,500 litres of fuel, which provide her with a range of over 4,000 nm at a cruising speed of 9 knots.