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Bering launches first full-custom superyacht Lemanjá

17 June 2022• Written by Katia Damborsky

Bering Yachts has launched its first all-custom superyacht at its facilities in Antalya, Turkey. Formerly known as B76, the 23.2 superyacht has now been christened Lemanjá.

The explorer has been built for an adventurous owner with long-range cruising in mind, and she features a number of stand-out features including an Opacmare Transformer that allows easy access to the water.

Photos credit: Bering

Speaking on the launch, Bering Yachts founder and director Alexei Mikhailov said: “It was a privilege to build a boat of somebody’s desire. The boat will stay steady slicing through the waves due to her weight, shape of the hull and a state-of-the-art stabiliser system. Even the rough seas will feel smooth and comfortable with this custom-built yacht.”

Lemanjá features a three-cabin layout with the master stateroom located on the lower deck, with generous walk-in closets and large windows. The main deck plays host to a saloon with dining area, wine cooler and 55-inch flat-screen TV. A luxurious indoor guest area and a sky lounge features another 55-inch TV, which is located in front of the large convertible sofa.

The yacht can cruise at speeds of nine knots with a maximum speed of 12 knots thanks to twin Cummins QSL 9 engines rated 404 HP at 2100 RPM. An autonomous range in excess of 4,100 nautical miles gives her the freedom and flexibility to travel long distances.

The yacht is set to undertake sea trials soon, following which she will be delivered to her owners.

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