The team at Bering Yachts were busy last week with the hull turning of its brand-new flagship, the 44.2-metre yacht Bering 145. To date, the yacht's underwater parts, watertight bulkheads installation and main deck boards have been completed and construction will continue until her scheduled 2021 launch date. Photo: Bering YachtsPhoto: Bering YachtsThe fully-customised yacht was designed by Bering's in-house team of naval architects, engineers and designers for an experienced client. She is to feature a hybrid propulsion system along with some of the latest electrification and yachting technologies. Photo: Bering YachtsPhoto: Bering YachtsPhoto: Bering YachtsThe eco-friendly superyacht will also sport a full displacement steel hull with the ability to cruise for approximately 8,000 nm at a cruising speed of 10 knots.Alexey Mikhailov, President and Chairman of the Turkish yard commented: “This is a proud moment for all of us at Bering Yachts. With the hull turning completed we can now properly visualise the real size of the vessel and it brings us a step closer to launching a truly spectacular flagship. The owners are very involved, are delighted with the construction progress and are counting down the days to her launch now. This yacht will lead the way that others will follow."