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Bering 70 – Steel Luxurious Coastal Cruiser Yacht – Preliminary sea trials





A new star is born!

Bering Yachts is happy to announce its latest addition to the fleet, Bering 70. Designed as a coastal cruiser with a shallow draft of 4.5 toes (1.3 m), the Bering 70 will be ready to cruise up to 2,500 miles with 1,300 gallons (4,900 litres) of gas.

Sea trials effectiveness data exceeded our anticipations.
Bering 70’s huge open up is 12 knots, she’s fast cruising at 10 knots consuming 8.4 gallons (31 litres) for each hour and easily cruising at 8 knots burning only 4.2 gallons (16 litres) for every hour furnishing a sea kindly ride and amazing gasoline effectiveness.

The vessel is crafted with a steel hull and a composite superstructure. She is configured with three en-suite staterooms and a person crew cabin.

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20 comments

  1. The look of the hall itself is amazing it looks like an American battleship from like 1901 Teddy Roosevelt's great White fleet I love the bow on that bearing 70 is an excellent whole shape have a great day

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  2. Can I get this in a 90 foot version ? Does anyone know ?

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  3. IF it had the capability of this (which it sadly does not) I would buy it. https://youtu.be/ROKUvkE-O8Y

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  4. Ugly

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  5. Big steel yacht Romantik 37 meters Lengthfor sale
    Every season serviced  (I did not regret money, all the best)
    The boat located on Dnipro river. the boat has full tanks and it is ready for cruise
    I`m from Ukraine. My WeChat ID: Mykhailo_M

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  6. How about some specs? I could’ve taken a drone and flew it around a yacht for 2 minutes, with some crapy music loop. How about you tell us about the boat?

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  7. I would like to command these yachts!

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  8. Great job guys. I just saw the new 70, the 85 & 105 on your website. I think those will appeal to lots of retiring sailors that are getting to the age where they can't, or don't want to deal with sails anymore. You give up some room, which those switching from a sailing yacht won't miss & you gain speed, range & efficiency.
    Steel hull, efficient, great range, good speed & the wave piercing design will ride great.
    I think that type of design is gaining in popularity. More & more people are appreciating efficient designs & there are few options if that's what you want.
    The FPB's are very efficient & very fast but, in lots of ways, they went a little to far. They lack nice outdoor spaces & they are ungodly expensive. They aren't particularly good looking either.
    I think you guys came up with a great balance between a conventional design & the more extreme designs. No doubt, they will be a great value but they will still be out of my reach.
    You guys are really making me regret my career choices but I still hope these sell well for you. Again, great design, great balance between comfort, efficiency & speed.

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  9. Seakeeper?

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  10. what is this FPB YACHT?!

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  11. I see this design is like a naval ship at 19th century.

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  12. I'd love to see the interior

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  13. What an ugly looking boat!

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  14. I want to be a naval architect when I am older and I love your boat styling. Awesome rugged yet sleek styling and very appealing. Gorgeous job.

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  15. What a music play?

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  16. Beautiful design. Like something you'd buy put of a sharper image catalog.

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  17. I sure like that thing. lol I keep coming back. I think I am about 1/2 the views. lol Okay, maybe not half but 10 of the counted views are me. Well, 11 now. Can't wait to see more of this boat & really curious where this leads. Like I said in other comments, I think this will sell well for you guys as would a larger, deep water version.
    If the lucky new owners of this boat are willing, I am sure everyone would love a quick walk through video.

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  18. That thing moves through the water beautifully. That wake, or lack of wake screams efficiency. I still don't find that bow angle attractive. It's functional, it adds waterline length but I still find a traditional raked bow a little more pleasing to the eye but I am a bit old fashioned.
    It's things like this that make me wish I had just a little more money.

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  19. Is the Bering 70 also available with a single engine….?

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  20. I love your yachts and your videos. This one is perhaps historic. In all the videos from all the yacht manufacturers this is the only one I have ever seen where a woman @ 1:20 is manning the helm. Thank you for breaking what seems to be an unwritten rule.

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