After 18 months of construction, the Bering 77 Veronika is in her adventure-loving owners’ hands. In fact, the family who has been looking forward to voyages onboard are eager to pursue plenty of long-range travels. They already have one underway, too. The 85’2″ (25.97-meter) Veronika is on her way to Australia.
The smallest in Bering Yachts’ expedition series, the yacht has styling, naval architecture, as well as interior design all by the shipyard’s own staff. Her steel hull supports three decks of relaxation and entertainment for up to six guests, with four capable crew, too. Interestingly, though, the owners of Veronika can still enjoy travels with a short-handed crew.
Similar to the larger megayachts in the series, which are the 95, 115, and 130, the Bering 77 Veronika has a steel bulbous bow, hard chines, and gondola skegs, the latter of which improves hydrodynamic performance. Additionally, she has a high bow, to keep the inevitable spray of ocean voyages down and therefore her decks dry. Notably, Bering Yachts constructed the project to CE certification Category A. This means open ocean where conditions can be rough. Specifically, it’s up to a category 8 on the Beaufort scale and wave heights exceeding 13 feet (4 meters).
For creature comforts, the yacht features a shaded, full-beam flying bridge for entertaining. Of course, the owners can enjoy movies or meals inside the main saloon and dining area on the main deck as well. When they wish to check out more of their surrounding anchorages, meanwhile, they can launch the tender from the boat deck, just aft of the pilothouse.
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