Constructed in steel and aluminium, the new model has been designed as a compact expedition yacht for adventurous owners and is an evolution of Bering’s B117. It measures 37.42 metres LOA with a beam of of 8.55 metres.
Despite its compact footprint, the 370GT superyacht boasts a surprising array of amenities including a helipad on the foredeck, which will allow for seamless arrivals and departures in even remote locations and also offers the opportunity for high-octane activities such as heli-skiing.
There is also a dedicated owner’s deck with a private apartment on board as well as an extendable beach club area equipped with fold-down balconies.
Up to 12 guests and nine members of crew can be accommodated throughout four decks. The interiors have been designed in a modern style with a neutral colour palette that keeps the focus on the outside environments during cruising.
Intended for extended cruising, the yacht offers a range of 4000 nautical miles at a cruising speed of 10 knots and is equipped with an advanced stabilsation system.
It is compliant with IMO Tier III regulations and is powered by twin CAT C18 Acert 1000 hp engines for a top speed of 13 knots.
The Bering 120 joins a fleet of 12 different models by the shipyard, with the largest - the Bering 180 - measuring 55 metres in length.