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The Bering 65 NOMAD presents all of the tried and tested qualities of the legendary Bering 65, but offers contemporary detailing, both inside and out. Displacing over 106 tons and carrying 4,500 gallons of fuel, the Bering 65 NOMAD is the safest and most capable yacht in it's class and comfortably handled by two.

The Bering 65 NOMAD is an updated take on a legendary classic; supremely capable, beautifully laid out and finished to the impeccable standard that Bering yachts are known for. Every conceivable detail has been researched, tested, improved and completed with the utmost care and attention, making the Bering 65 a true "mini-superyacht".


Vibration and engine noise are almost non-existent and her hull is stable, easily driven and highly efficient, thanks to extensive CFD modelling. Burning only 8 gallons per hour at 8 knots, the Bering 65 has a range of over 5000 miles, which increases dramatically if cruising speed is reduced.

Her contemporary interior is beautifully crafted from a choice of premium timbers, complemented by natural stone, leather and the finest upholstery fabrics. The main saloon features built-in seating, a spacious dining area to starboard and a large flat screen TV and entertainment centre. At the forward end of the saloon, stairs lead up to the galley and pilothouse, or down to the guest staterooms. The well equipped pilothouse is also a popular social area, with an electrically opening panel linking it to the galley when required.


The master stateroom is located forward on the lower deck and is remarkably large for a yacht of only 65ft. Additionally, the lower deck offers two en suite guest cabins and also the option for a two berth crew cabin. Behind the guest accommodation is the utility area and engine room, which is carefully laid out for ease of maintenance and lined with acoustic panelling and heavy bulkhead insulation. The twin engines are located very low down in "gondola skegs", keeping the yacht's centre of gravity as low as possible, while also allowing for horizontal propeller shafts, which help to further reduce vibration.

Outside, the Bering 65 NOMAD offers numerous spaces for relaxing, sunbathing and dining; whether you choose the covered aft cockpit, or the flybridge, which has more than enough space to specify a wet bar, refrigeration, a barbecue, or even a hot tub. The rear of the top deck provides enough space for a 4m tender, with a powerful hydraulic crane for launching and recovering it.



     Length Overall (LOA)                              65' (19.78m)                                              

     Waterline Length (LWL)                         57'4" (17.49m)                                           

     Beam                                                        19'7" (6.00m)                                            

     Draft                                                         6'1" (1.85m)                                            

     Displacement Full Load                         235,900 lbs (107 Tonnes)                        

     Gross Tonnage                                        83 GT                                             

     Air Draft (Bridge Clearance)                  32'8" (10m)                                                

     Cruising Speed                                        8 Knots                                            

     Maximum Speed                                     10 Knots                                                    

     Engines                                                    2 x Cummins QSL9

     Watertight Bulkheads                             4                                                                 

     Fuel Capacity                                           4,500 Gallons (1,700 Litres)                

     Water Capacity                                        400 Gallons (1,500 Litres)                       

     Grey Water Capacity                               260 Gallons (1,000 Litres)                    

     Black Water Capacity                             260 Gallons (1,000 Litres)                        

     Range                                                       5,000+ Nautical Miles                             

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