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Rugged Design: Bering 75' trawler

Discussion in 'Bering Yachts' started by Yacht News, Jan 21, 2012.

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  1. Bering's 75-foot trawler-yacht


    Her ship-like appeal and appearance as well as size places her firmly at the top of the Bering yachts range. She is a 75-foot ocean-going trawler-yacht with three decks. Designed to weigh in at around 340,000 lbs or roughly 155-tonnes the 75-foot steel-hulled yacht has an astounding 4,500 nautical mile range at an estimated speed of 9.6-knots.

    She is available in either single or dual engine configuration. In any case she is carrying Cummins brand engine plant. In the single engine configuration she holds a Cummins QSK19M 660 horse power engine running at 1,800 HP. The engine package will be feeding on 5,000 gallons of fuel with a top speed of 11.3-knots attainable.

    On the interior, the Bering 75' carries five cabins. One is for the owner with a large 'King Island' bed. The other four cabins for guests vary between twin and double berths. She has a near 24-foot beam, making ample space both indoors and on deck. The interior is fitted with quality woods such as Maple, Cherry and Teak.

    The Bering 75' is where rugged meshes with the refined. She is based on North Sea commercial fishing vessels of similar size and refined with a superstructure and interior that are perfect for pleasure-craft use. The result – a bold, seaworthy, comfortable passage maker that fits commercial safety requirements.

    For more information:

    Bering Yachts
    12608 Leatherwood Ct.
    Raleigh, NC 27613
    Bering Yachts

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