American yachting brand Bering Yachts has unveiled its flagship model in the Coastal Series. The 32-metre Bering 105 is designed as an efficient cruiser with a wave-piercing hull enabling her owner to effortlessly zip between yachting hotspots even in choppy weather.
The comfortable ride is made possible by the slender bow and fine entry point that is designed to simply cut through the oncoming swell. A shallow draft of 2.05-metres means she is perfectly suited for island hopping in the Caribbean and the Pacific. Long-range passages are made possible through her two low-revving Cummins engines that provide a range of 3,500 nm at 10 knots. The top speed of the Bering 105 is 14 knots.
The interior of the yacht was designed to be comfortable, homely, and above all, functional. The inside space had to be bright and airy, according to the design brief, and Bering achieved this through the use of large windows on the main deck. The main saloon leads out onto the aft deck which is one of the main entertainment areas onboard.
Eight guests are accommodated onboard in three guest staterooms and one master suite, all on the lower deck. These quarters are decorated in a modern and sophisticated style, ready to be personalised by her owner. The crew quarters are forward and include two symmetrical en-suite staterooms, one crew mess and a laundry room.