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First look onboard the 24m Bering B76 yacht Lemanja

Launched in June 2022, the first custom 23.95-metre Bering B76 yacht Lemanja is described by the Turkey-based shipyard as a pocket explorer made for long voyages.

With a rugged exterior profile and a powerful interior, Lemanja is surprisingly spacious and comfortable, considering her length. The 130 GT motor yacht features a contemporary interior design with a strong use of glass and metallic surfaces, making her appear larger.

The open-plan main saloon of Lemanja features a plush white sofa with conversation seating aft. Her portrait windows and modern wall paneling create a light and bright interior space that does not distract from her natural charm.

Her sit-up breakfast bar with stools and galley are adorned with striking marble, which divides the room to create separate lounging and dining areas. Her formal dining area uses 180 degree picture windows, with seating for up to six guests.

Lemanja features accommodation for up to six guests, with her large owner’s suite adorned with luxury materials and furnishings. The master stateroom includes a desk area, a large flatscreen television and an ensuite bathroom.

The remaining guest accommodations include sumptuous double suites with ensuite bathrooms. As with her master suite, a neutral colour palette has been replicated throughout to create a calm and relaxed atmosphere.

The sky lounge of Lemanja follows a masculine interior design with heavy use of leather and a darker colour scheme. A palette of deep browns and noirs has been selected, with her expansive glass windows illuminating the overall appearance to make it appear lighter.

From the skylounge, guests can reach her sun deck, with a large and sumptuous seating area with a table and sun loungers to help top up their tan. The main deck, aft of Lemanja, is perfect for alfresco dining and is also protected from the elements by her hard top.

In terms of performance, Lemanja is equipped with twin Cummins QSL 9 engines, which give her a maximum speed of 12 knots and a cruising speed of 9 knots. An alternative power source reduces the environmental footprint and increases the boat's autonomy, while her stabilisers ensure for a smooth voyage.

“Our client was looking for a tough, go-anywhere explorer yacht with an oceanic range, which would also be stable, safe, and quiet,” said Alexei Mikhailov, President of Bering Yachts. “The noise-protection on this vessel is exceptional, same for other requirements. Welcome onboard if you like absolute comfort. This is what Bering does best!”

First look onboard the 24m Bering B76 yacht Lemanja


  • Liman, 07130 Konyaaltı/Antalya, Türkiye
  • Bering Yachts