Myth busting is what Bering Yachts is all about. Several misconceptions and stereotypes were already proved wrong by the company’s own experience. The company is sure that modern explorer yacht can be reliable, comfortable and efficient in long range trips. Now is the time to prove that constant time shortage may not stop one from undertaking a small expedition that can be both easy to manage and full of fun and adventures.
How is that possible? Think out of the box. While yacht can travel at night the day time is reserved for discoveries. Mid range Bering 70 is the right choice for such a trip. Large displacement explorer yacht with shallow draft allows for close costal travelling without need for open sea routing. This saves a lot of time and fuel. Meanwhile low noise and unprecedented stability of the steel hulled yacht guarantees quiet rest for the guests underway.
The crew of Bering 70 plans to cover around 1000 miles from July 27th to August 07th. During the trip Bering team will visit some iconic places both world famous and hidden gems on the Turkish Mediterranean and Aegean coasts. Fethiye, Marmaris, Bodrum and Cesme to name a few. The route starts in Kemer and the furthest point of the round trip will be second largest Turkish city of Izmir.
True freedom of choice is guaranteed by the presence of the Hysucat hydrofoiling RIB that easily travels at 40 knots without hindering gusts comfort and safety. The idea is to hop on Hysucat while Bering 70 is still miles away from the shore. While yacht will continue its progress towards waypoint the guests will be already sightseeing for hours. This allows for better time management and more discoveries without yacht’s timing constrains.
So the plans are ambitious indeed: 12 days, 11 cities and 1000 miles travelled.