Bering Yachts has announced the launch of its first Bering 80, named Veda. She is currently undergoing extensive sea trials in the South China Sea, and will also be available for viewing throughout August in Zhangjiang, China.
A press release from Bering calls the full displacement steel yacht “the flagship of the Bering fleet” and the fourth vessel in the Expedition Class series.
Finished in blue and grey, the “striking” exterior joins a Makore interior mixed with marble, granite and hand-crafted furniture.
According to Bering, Veda's “massive” 7.8m beam gives her an “immense” amount of onboard space, and the ability to comfortably accommodate eight guests across her four staterooms and four crew members, all with en-suite bathrooms.
Veda’s interior design is described by Bering as “timeless” and is said to benefit from “exquisite craftsmanship, fine art and cutting-edge design”. The main saloon is filled with natural light, hand-finished furnishings and “state-of-the-art technology”.
She features noise and vibration insulation solutions, which the shipyard states will contribute to a relaxed and peaceful atmosphere on board. The vessel is fitted with a SidePower hydraulic stabilizer system making her stable and comfortable in all weather conditions.
Veda is powered by twin Cummins QSM-11, 350 HP engines, has a range of 6,000nm at a speed of 9 knots, and can reach a maximum speed of 12 knots.
For more information, visit Bering Yachts.