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The Bering 120 yacht is a vessel not only built to explore, but to push the boundaries of yacht design for uncompromised experiences at sea. An innovative rethink of a traditional superyacht layout results in a vessel teeming with features usually reserved for much larger yachts - from the helipad on the foredeck to the dedicated owner’s deck, impressive storage capacity, and adaptable beach club area. Combined with excellent seakeeping and a range of 4000+ nm, the B120 is one of the most capable luxury explorer yachts in her class.
The B120 offers owners the option of a unique general arrangement: three double cabins on the lower deck, two VIP cabins on the main deck and the entire upper deck dedicated to the private owner’s apartment.
The special beach club is a feature rarely seen on a yacht in this size class. The elevated beach club with foldout doors allows the space to be used as an additional flexible living area while underway.
Innovative naval architecture solutions make the B120 incredibly versatile. Utilise the large exterior spaces and smart storage areas to equip the yacht with toys and tenders, or opt to expand living and entertainment areas.
The semi-custom Bering 120 explorer is the evolution of the successful B117 model. Measuring 35.29 meters LOA (35.29 meters at the waterline) with a beam of 7.54 meters, a draft of 2.33 meters and a volume of 370 GT, the Bering 120 is one of the most spacious yachts in the Bering fleet. In addition to generous living spaces spread over four decks, the additional volume ensures that the B120 is an explorer yacht equipped with everything required to cruise in comfort, safety and satisfaction in the world’s most remote destinations.
Built to comply with IMO Tier III regulations, the B120 has a full displacement steel hull. Powered by twin CAT C18 Acert 1000 HP engines, she has a cruising speed of 10 knots and a maximum speed of 13 knots. Combined with an excellent stabilisation system, the B120 offers minimal rolling and ultimate stability for a comfortable experience at sea. With an autonomous range of more than 4000 nm, the Bering 120 undoubtedly lives up to her expedition credentials.