Bering 145 milestone reached
The hull of Bering Yachts’ flagship 145 superyacht has been turned at the Bering Yachts facility in Antalya, Turkey.
The Bering 145 is a fully customised yacht designed by an in-house team of naval architects, engineers and designers. With a full displacement steel hull of 514 tons and with fuel capacity of 95,600 litres, the Bering 145 will cruise for approximately 8,000 miles at her cruising speed of 10 knots.
The design is said to be pioneering and leads the way with hybrid propulsion and some of the latest electrification and yachting technologies, like the Danfoss Editron hybrid marine system (an eco-friendly power solution saving on space and weight, and offering lower fuel consumption and reduced emissions).
“This is a proud moment for all of us at Bering Yachts. With the hull turning completed, we can now properly visualise the real size of the vessel and it brings us a step closer to launching a truly spectacular flagship,” says Alexey Mikhailov, chairman of Bering Yachts. “The owners are very involved, are delighted with the construction progress and are counting down the days to her launch now. This yacht will lead the way that others will follow.”
Construction works have now passed the stage of finishing the underwater parts of the vessel, the installation of the watertight bulkheads and the main deck boards.
The delivery date has been set for late 2021.