The Bering 70 is the début model for Bering’s Coastal sériés. She has been designed from the keel up to be
the idéal vessel for extensive Coastal cruising due to her shallow draft. Her hull shape and profile let you easily
recognize that the Bering 70 is an atypical motoryacht that is incredibly stylish. A reverse-raked bow is seldom
seen in yacht designs of this size. The absence of a large overhanging bow means that there is less reserve
buoyancy to create lift when making contact with an approaching wave. This in turn leads to the hull "slicing"
through waves as opposed to riding up and over, thereby dampening pitch at sea. The end resuit, a smoother
ride for everyone on board.
Similarly, her contemporary interior design is a departure from the more traditional styling found on many of
today’s long distance motor yachts, but her capabilities are that of a true blue water traveler. Featuring a
pilothouse deck, full displacement hull and a range of over 2,500 nautical miles she’s ready to carry you and
your guests to far away destination.
Stepping into this ultra modem yacht, you will notice clean crisp lines and a greater use of fabrics and non-
traditional woods, ail of which suggests a more contemporary tone than the more traditional teak and holly
interiors and dated fabrics that have become the industry standard among many builders. The saloon flows
seamlessly forward into the pilothouse creating a tremendous sense of space. Additionally, the use of large
glass panels throughout the saloon and the pilothouse create a refreshingly open and airy feeling while