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Day 2 – 29.07.2020

Leg2: Kekova-Fethiye. Bering 70 crew visits ghost-city Fethiye and Mu?la region deserves a week of exploring indeed but for the Bering crew time is a precious commodity. So modern and ancient, shore based and mountain high locations are to be visited within one day. Here we go again! Bering 70 explorer yacht does the main job while Hysucat hydro foiling RIB guarantees that no tiny bay or inlet will be missed. This is important, as each of the places can be your greatest discovery! The Bering Yachts’ small expedition is getting into the groove. The Day 2 started again at the beautiful anchorage in the turquoise waters of Ölüdeniz that is world-famous for its Caribbean style beach. Locals complained that Olüdeniz – a magnificent two-kilometre crescent of gently sloping shingle – is too crowded, but Viewed from the sea this small paradise looks even more beautiful as the sunbathing crowds do not hinder your view. In addition, there are many

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Day 1 – 28.07.2020

Leg1: Kemer-Kekova. Bering 70 crew pays visit to Santa-Claus! The long awaited journey of the Bering Yachts crew along the Turkish Mediterranean and Aegean coasts has finally commenced at midnight July 28th. As it was initially planned, the voyagers covered the first leg Kemer-Kekova at night and therefore had a full day left for discoveries. The initial idea of this pocket-odyssey was to prove that even with time constraints one can easily set for private expedition. With modern explorer yacht as Bering 70 (in this case) a large family or bunch of friends can have two weeks of fun with easy budget and maximum adventures. The idea proved success right from the instance. To cover the first 65 miles leg from Kemer to Kekova for Bering 70 took only 7.5 hours with average 7 knots of speed. The boat consumed only 115 litres of fuel and no precious time of the travelers as they had the quietest night underway. Morning

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Incredible Journey Hysucat and Steel Yacht Bering

11 cities in 12 days? Bering Yachts to reinvent the idea of exploring 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

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Why You Should Buy a Center Console Boat

Living right next to the water definitely has its perks. If you own a dock, then you can easily whip out the fishing poles and catch some game. Or you can bring out a chair, some cold drinks, and just relax as you sunbathe and take in the heat. But if you want to expand your leisure capabilities even further then perhaps you should consider purchasing a boat. You should especially look into buying a center console boat. And if you want the best model, there’s no better place to get it from than Hysucat. Center console boats are highly praised by many boating enthusiasts, mostly because of their versatility and function. But if you wish to learn more about why this type of boat would make a great asset while you’re out on the water, then continue reading below. Why You Should Buy a Center Console Boat Design Center console boats were designed to fulfill two purposes: family fun

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Hysucat technology: planing is fun but foiling is electric

Getting boats to fly above the water surface is simple in theory, but tricky in practice and has challenged designers for over a century. Starting from 1980s some huge advances was made in this direction. Not just for fun or sports, but to gain some day to day functional advantages and enhanced efficiency. The new foiling technology once invented for military usage in 1980 found its way in service boating and RIB tenders used for varied purposes. Since the creation of RIB boats in early 1970s development concentrated on enhancing power capability and materials used. Hard hull slamming, instability and increasing fuel consumption were considered as unbeatable side-effects for long time. Until in the beginning of 1980s when two men in the University of Stellenbosch in South Africa enhanced RIB technology with catamaran hulls and foils. This may sound easy but in reality combining these elements demanded years of try-and-test with dozens pages’ data analysis and engineering searches. Why so

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Hysucat RIB as a Yacht Tender

Yachts are a wonderful, luxurious asset that any ocean/sea enthusiast can own to further enjoy water-based activities. Their versatility and comfort is what makes them highly valuable and sought out by many who wish to spend days or weeks at a time out in the water. And the best thing about yachts is that they’re upgradeable. What this means is that if you wish to accessorize your yacht with items that will further enhance your leisure and/or comfort, then you can do it. And one of the greatest upgrades you can make for your yacht is to give it a RIB boat as a yacht tender. Yacht tenders can prove to be a significant addition to your massive vessel. They provide entertainment and/or more exploration capabilities that a yacht alone can’t offer. And if you’re thinking of installing a RIB Boat as your yacht tender, then there’s no better RIB boat than one provided by Hysucat. Continue reading below to

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