Bering 105 is the flagship in the Coastal series.
Her wave-piercing hull is characterized by a vertical stem and a long and narrow entry. The Coastal hull shape cuts through the water and is less affected by oncoming waves than a bow with more flare. The vessel is also less susceptible to slamming due to the deep forefoot, which doesn’t rise above the water level.
Featuring a streamlined profile and reflecting a clean, minimalist style, B105 has a beam of 8.25 metres (27 feet) and a draft of 2.05 metres (6 feet, 72 inches), combining innovation and strength and creating spacious internal volumes to take her owners and guests anywhere in the world.
She features a semi-displacement steel hull and an aluminium superstructure with accommodations for up to eight guests and four crew in six cabins to ensure a relaxed luxury yacht experience.
Boasting a long hull with a row of vertical portholes just above the waterline and large unobstructed glass panels on the main deck, the Bering 105 design maximizes space and the use of natural light throughout.
The design brief for the B105 has resulted in an interior that is skillfully executed — modern yet warm and interesting — with a distinct home-like feel. Upon boarding this superyacht, what draws immediate attention is the emphasis on B105’s broad and spacious aft deck area. A generous outdoor space invites guests to sunbathe, lounge, and enjoy alfresco dining.
Exterior space effortlessly flows to the inside area, where one can appreciate the main saloon, which pays homage to the outdoors thanks to large windows offering extensive views. Two large settees situated opposite each other offer ample comfort and luxury and reflect the setup of the aft deck seating configuration, while the intimate dining area perfectly adds to the relaxing and highly inviting interior atmosphere.
The main saloon gives access to the ship’s galley. Located on the port side, the galley flows seamlessly into the open dining area as well as the enclosed pilothouse.
Follow the main staircase down to the lower deck, to three guest cabins and one master stateroom. Each accommodation is designed in light and contemporary style. The crew quarters are forward and include two symmetrical en-suite staterooms, one crew mess and a laundry room. These lower deck quarters are fitted with all necessities one could hope for, ranging from ample closet space to a bathtub in the master stateroom. Large vertical windows are situated on the port and starboard sides of the cabins, offering sweeping views and adding to the atmosphere while assuring complete privacy.
Take the stairway to reach the flybridge, located in the cockpit area. The main attraction of the flybridge is the impressively sized sunbed and settee, which offers guests space, comfort and privacy outside. Sunbathing and enjoying a cool breeze in the shade while cruising are just some of the unforgettable experiences awaiting guests and owners on board the Bering 105. All this, complemented by a fully equipped bar, assures full comfort and enjoyment. Whether relaxing there, or on the foredeck, guests will enjoy spacious surroundings and full amenities on this superyacht.
Bering 105 is powered by Cummins QSM11-KC engines of 400 hp each, capable of reaching a maximum speed of 14 knots and cruise at 10 knots for 3,500 nautical miles.
Length Overall (LOA) - 105’ (32.00 m)
Waterline Length (LWL) - 103.7’ (31.60 m)
Beam - 27’ (8.25 m)
Bridge Clearance - 29' (8.85 m)
Displacement (FULL LOAD) - 524,700 lbs. (238 metric tons)
Gross Tonnage - 237,0
Draft (FULL LOAD) - 6'7'' (2.05 m)
Cruise speed - 10 knots
Maximum Speed - 14 knots
Active Stabilization - Optional
Twin Engines (Standard) - Cummins QSM11-KC
Bow Thruster - Standard
Stern Thruster - Optional
Watertight Bulkheads - 5
Fuel - 6,717 gallons (25,430 L)
Water - 1,500 gal (5,670 L)
Grey Water - 400 gallons (1,500 L)
Black Water - 400 gallons (1,500 L)
Range - 3,500+ nautical miles
12608 Leatherwood Ct.
Raleigh, NC 27613