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Bering Yachts launches a custom B121 yacht

With the second launch of Bering Yachts’ three-boat launch week, a fully custom luxurious explorer, Bering 121, has been set afloat at the Antalya shipyard. An exclusively designed off-white beauty is not a usual Bering; she is a bit delicate, more elegant, and looks less brutal than the trawler-type expedition boats. However, her streamlined features still belong to a Bering – a long-traveling, safe, stable, and extremely capable home on the water yacht designed to perform and satisfy even the most demanding customer.

The steel hull of B121 has 37.43 meters of load line length, a 7.54-meter beam, and a 2,05-meter maximum draft. Not precisely a shallow-water explorer, this yacht can still traverse bodies of water usually reserved for smaller boats. She also features humongous 42,700-liter fuel tanks and plenty of storage for nonstop travel of over 5,000 nautical miles.

The flybridge on this boat is dedicated to relaxation and fun. A lounge area with a large table, grill, and bar is adjacent to a jacuzzi. Going down the stairs, the upper deck has a boat storage with a crane at the stern and a 31.3-square-meter sky lounge, which can be easily transferred into a VIP stateroom with two sliding-door balconies providing a breathtaking oceanic view. A roomy pilothouse alongside the captain’s quarters and a small bar area finalise the work-and-rest setting of this deck.

“This boat,” says Bering Yachts founder Alexei Mikhailov, ” is all about style and finesse. Having an owner-only area is important for the client, and this is what we gave him. Just imagine stepping out of the master stateroom to the owner’s deck at the bow, sitting at an open fire, enjoying the sea and the world around!” The master cabin has large panoramic windows for a great unobstructed view. The dedicated owner deck is a part of the main deck, which also features a large galley with a service area, a main saloon with a TV zone, and a big table seating 12 guests.

A significant part of the lower deck is dedicated to comfortably accommodating 8 guests in 4 cabins, 7 crew members in 4 crew quarters, and a mess designed for convenient relaxation in the off-time. The food storage and laundry appliances are also located on this deck, like a perfectly insulated engine room with two motors capable of pushing the B121 to 9 knots of cruise and 12 knots of maximum speed. The beach club, with plenty of space for sunbathing and swimming activities, a sauna, and a dayhead, are also placed on the lower deck. Being the only Bering yacht of this type, B121 represents a different leisure approach.

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