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Bering Yachts are semi-custom, steel trawlers ranging from 50ft (15.24m) to 130ft (39.62m) designed for extended voyages on the open oceans with long range capabilities. These trawlers have a distinctive appearance conveying the impression of ruggedness, boldness and sea-worthiness.
Bering Yachts was founded in 2007 by Alexei Mikhailov and Alexander Obidin, two friends from Russia who partnered on projects from 1990. Alexander had started his own shipyard in 2001 and Alexei owned a commercial fishing company with a fleet of trawlers. In 2007, they reunited and started Bering Yachts with a dream to build sturdy, steel-hulled yachts with emphasis on reliable, easy to access machinery. The roots to their design lie in modern steel North Sea commercial ships, built to Scandinavian naval standards, able to withstand the severe storms and icy conditions of the Baltic and North Seas.
Bering yachts utilizes a combination of national and international assets to provide a high-quality product at a competitive price. The company employs an international team of elite marine professionals working with top-rated equipment, parts and materials from the United States. The headquarters is based in North Carolina, U.S.A., the shipyard facilities are in Antalya, Turkey and they employ an Australian Designer and Russian based naval architect.
The Bering Yachts line ranges from 50 to 130 feet and is offered in four models:
- Bering Expedition: These models all share the same rugged hull form, built for power, safety and comfort and consist of the Bering 77, Bering 95, Bering 115 and Bering 130.
- Bering Explorer: Combines all the sea-keeping abilities of the Expedition series with a modern contemporary design and consist of the Bering 50, Bering 60 and Bering 75.
- Bering Voyager: Timeless classical styling with distinctive sea-keeping and ocean crossing capabilities, consisting of the Bering 55, Bering 65, Bering 65 Nomad and Bering 80.
- Bering Coastal: The efficient hull form permits all Coastal models to handle well in shallow waters and offer either conventional or hybrid propulsion. This series consists of the Bering 70, Bering 70 Tempest, Bering 85 and Bering 105.