|Length:||77' / 23.47 M|
|Beam:||24' 0" / 7.32 M|
|Draft:||6' 2" / 1.88 M.|
|Engines:||Twin Cummins QSM - 11 300 H.P.|
|Cruising Speed:||8 Kts. / 9 MPH|
|Max Speed:||11 Kts. / 13 MPH|
DANIA BEACH, United States
(Florida - S.E.)
|Asking Price:||4 000 000 € EUR|
The Bering 77 is a very athletic and graceful long range motor yacht. Relying on the experience and lessons learned from all previous models the Bering Yachts 77 has one on-deck departure; the Portuguese bridge deck has been merged into the foredeck making this a spectacular outdoors gathering place with comfortable seating to enjoy a front row view while underway in smooth seas.
The Bering 77 displaces 364,000 pounds and shares the bulbous bow, hard chined hull sides and twin gondola skeg underbody of her sister ships. Her bow is very high off the water and prominently features two large pocket anchors tucked into the gorgeous stainless steel backing grill. This impressive bow height translates into a dry ride and creates very tall interior proportions allowing for over 7’2” headroom throughout.
Aloft the Bering 77 features a full beam flybridge great for entertaining with a solid hardtop and that easily flows aft to a large boat deck for tender and crane storage. On the main deck level the side decks run bow to stern on both sides. The raised cockpit aft includes a outside seating area. The saloon has built in outboard seating and a large dining table.
Going up a few steps you arrive at the galley which in turn transitions into the pilothouse. The pilothouse is ideal for navigating and running the vessel.
The large interior volume lets each owner select the number of cabins and how they are layed out in a wide variety of choices.
The engine room is extremely impressive with stacked generators and twin Cummins engines in the deep gondola skegs. There is a large sea chest forward on centerline and the access for servicing machinery is extraordinary.
The Bering Yacht 77 has a range of over 4,000 miles at a cruising speed of 8 knots and travel continuously for several weeks nonstop – letting her crew enjoy the journey while crossing the seas.