Bering 92 yacht, for sea explorers
With a forward-pointed appearance of the bullet-fast fuel-burners, this superyacht is a true explorer with a relevant level of comfort and extensive sailing range. The striking feature is the high flared bow section with panoramic glass on the sides to cover the foredeck. The lines develop further aft to separate the upper and main decks. At just above the 200 GT mark with the maximum volume possible, Bering 92 offers a wide range of benefits. Her steel-hull quickly reaches a full beam of 6.74 meters that continues all the way long, ensuring very comfortable living spaces and good seakeeping behavior at low fuel consumption.
She ise powered by twin Cummins QSL9-410 diesel engines, giving her a maximum speed of 13 knots and a range of 3500 nautical miles at a cruising speed of 9 knots. The draft of only 1.7 meters makes Bering 92 an ideal choice for shallow cruising waters such as the Bahamas, and also for entering sheltered bays in remote destinations. Bering 92 is all about the owner. The full-beam master stateroom occupies three levels. The main 30 square meters apartment with twin heads lies on the main deck with panoramic forward-facing windows.
From there, the owner can enter the 15 square meters forward deck for sunbathing or al-fresco dining (pool or fireplace are the options) or reach down the stairs for a 10 square meters wardrobe. The enclosed foredeck is very private, but one will not feel claustrophobic there as the panoramic tinted glasses highlight the deck. The guests are not deprived of comfort as well. The main saloon is 25 square meters and features a formal dinner table and a zone to relax with multimedia. The saloon area is complemented by 18 square meters of the covered dining open area at the cockpit. The huge swimming platform is further aft with two stairs entrance.
Bering 92 has a large covered flybridge with dining for all the guests, lounge sofa, and galley with bar. This is where you are sure to devote your time to enjoy the al-fresco life as there are the control and steering station and the main pilothouse entrance. There is another large sunbathing lounge on the coach roof of the master stateroom facing forward. Bering 92 accommodates ten guests and a crew of four. In the standard layout, the guests are resting on the lower deck in two double en-suite staterooms and two en-suit twins. Each stateroom has more than 10 square meters of area with heads and wardrobes. The crew section is in the aft with a separate captain’s room, crew mess, head, and galley. ■