The Bering 115 Expedition Yacht has been designed to be a superb transoceanic yacht, ready to take on the heaviest of seas with grace and efficiency due to her tall bow profile, providing the requisite buoyancy to rise up and over approaching swells. Her “expeditionary” profile is due to this bow profile as well as the Portuguese bridge and pilothouse, features that contribute to her functionality as well as aesthetics. The Bering 115 is every bit as capable as she looks and with her enormous fuel capacity she can travel well over 6,000 nautical miles with full tanks.
The interior of the Bering 115 is truly cavernous! Her 30’ (9 metres) beam is considerably wider than most of her peers. This immense beam provides spacious living quarters above and below deck even with the port and starboard side decks which make for safer and more convenient handling of docking and mooring lines. While specific layout details are at the discretion of the owner, the saloon typically features a large settee and several seating arrangements on the aft starboard saloon wall with a coffee table and freestanding furniture inboard. A dining table perfect for entertaining large groups is situated in the forward portion of the saloon. This separation of seating areas allows groups to spread out while socializing in the saloon area.