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News: Update on Bering 70 Build

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  1. Update On Bering 70 Construction
    Construction on the first hull for the Bering 70 trans-oceanic yacht is going apace. Fitting out of spaces is well underway and the structure in general is more-or-less completed. Meticulous work is ongoing to prepare the yacht's surfaces for paint and other finishing materials. Bering says they are looking to launch the first Bering 70 in September. Great care has been taken in designing the bow of the Bering 70. Bering comments that a reverse-raked bow is seldom seen even in contemporary or traditional designs. The absence of a large overhanging bow reduces the reserve buoyancy that creates the lift/pitch in an approaching wave. This allows the bow to slice through the waves rather than ride up and over them. The result should be a much more comfortable ride for those onboard.
  2. The Bering 70 will be having a contemporary interior rather than the more traditional-type interior design that is usually found in many passagemakers. It is expected that the interior will feature varnished mahogany throughout. A three-guest stateroom layout will suffice onboard this Bering 70 hull number one. She should be a fairly efficient vessel too having the ability to trek 2,500 nautical miles or greater dependent on the continuous speed. This hull is in build with a steel hull and composite superstructure. The location is in Antalya, Turkey and is anticipated to be launched in early September.

    For more information:

    Bering Yachts
    12608 Leatherwood Ct.
    Raleigh, NC 27613
    www.beringyachts.com

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