The Bering 145 (footer) is a full-custom 45-meter superyacht designed by Bering Yachts’ in-house team of naval architects and engineers. It has a full displacement steel hull of 514 metric tons.

Now under construction, this yacht combines elegance, speed, and the latest technology and represents Bering Yachts’ largest build to-date.

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Alexey Mikhailov, President and Chairman of Bering Yachts commented, “this is the culmination of our customer’s many years of yacht-owning experience combined with Bering Yachts’ technical know-how. This extraordinary yacht is really pushing boundaries of latest propulsion technologies and is offering a phenomenally economic and up-scaleable solution to long-range global cruising. We are immensely proud to have the Bering 145 as a ground-breaking new flagship for Bering Yachts.”

The Bering 145’s hybrid propulsion system drives the propellers with electric motors charged by a bank of batteries. The battery banks are recharged by high-efficiency, variable speed DC generators. Docking and mooring is possible in electric mode.





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