A productive and successful 2023 has yielded very positive results for Bering Yachts. The company has been active in the international exhibit scene, showcasing its newest boats, talking business, and announcing new developments. Such exhibitions as the Limassol Boat Show, the Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show, and the Cannes Yachting Festival allowed the Bering team to fully represent its vision and promote Bering Yachts’ unique lifestyle and approach to boating. At the final annual event, the 63rd Annual Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show (FLIBS), Bering exhibited B92 PAPILLON and presented a concept of B60 CAT – a first boat in the newly-announced line of expedition fully-aluminum catamarans.
Says Alexey Mikhailov, the CEO of Bering Yachts: “This year, albeit difficult and challenging, has been by far the most rewarding for us in the more than 15-year history of our company. We were strong in selling our yachts, active in building and launching, and creative in our marketing efforts. As the final accord of the past year, we have started building catamarans. It is a new development, very promising, and, hopefully, something people will be talking about for years to come. Bering Yachts starts the new year with much hope and excitement of what will happen next.”
Two newest models, B120 and B60 CAT have been presented this year. A first hull of Bering’s aluminum full-displacement catamarans, B60 CAT is capable of trans-Atlantic travel with a range of over 3,000 nautical miles. Featuring 62,8 metric tons of displacement, this boat provides a lot of space to make any trip enjoyable and relaxing. B120 is an unusually luxurious explorer yacht made for pushing the boundaries of oceanic travel in safety and comfort of a superyacht. With an overall length of under 37.1 meters, this boat has 437 metric tons of displacement and features an 8.9-meter beam, which is outstanding for her class. In 2024 three boat models, currently worked on by Bering, will be revealed to our audience.
In 2023 our sales team successfully closed three deals. B72 found her home in North America while B88 and B60 CAT went to the European owners. Currently, Bering Yachts specialists are in close communication with several interested owners from all around the world.
2023 was special and this is exactly how we are planning to be in 2024 – busy, opportunistic and adventurous. With 14 boats in production, nothing can stop us. The great news about Bering Yachts will be coming in 2024!