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Designed to travel long distances along the coast, thanks to its reduced draft, it manages to cut the waves perfectly, guaranteeing truly remarkable maneuverability and comfort at the helm.Her contemporary interior design departs from the more traditional style found on many current motor yachts. The internal lines are clean and crisp, while a greater use of non-traditional fabrics and woods is evident, which guarantees more modern shades. The saloon flows seamlessly forward into the cockpit creating an incredible sense of space. Additionally, the use of large glass panels throughout the saloon and cockpit creates a pleasantly open and airy feeling on board.The kitchen blends seamlessly with the lounge space, creating a large common area ideal for entertaining. The galley area and dining table are located on the port side along with the forward L-shaped sofa. The starboard side cabinet houses a pop-up flat screen directly in front of the sofa allowing you to watch TV directly instead of having to look from the side. Custom barrel chairs flank the TV for additional seating.On the main deck you can enjoy a full walk around the side decks for easy handling of the fenders when docking. A huge sundeck is located immediately forward of the cockpit. At the stern, the partially covered cockpit offers wide open spaces to arrange deck chairs or relax on the sofa cushions. Meals can be served on the beautifully finished cockpit table.The flybridge deck has the same modern feel as the rest of the Bering 70. Two captainís chairs are mounted forward at the helm of the flybridge while guests can join you at the sofa and table immediately located aft.
August 2020 © Mediterranean Yachting Magazine
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