Bering80 is all about the journey. Starting with her classic trawler appearance and duplicated control systems she is robust, spacious and long-range explorer yacht. If this is not enough, just look inside. Bering80 hides some really impressive features.
Bering80 is not that typical compact explorer. With just above 26 m LOA (waterline length of 24.8 m) and 8.17m beam, Bering80 is possibly the widest boat in her class. In reality that means the owner can enjoy the same level of comfort and facilities that are typical for superyachts of 24m+ class without messing with complex regulations.
Hence, the steel-hulled Bering80 has displacement of 220 tons – almost maximum for her size. So she will be rock-stable in any conditions and very smooth underway. Given the highest level of sound protection and low-RPM engines, travelling onboard Bering80 will be absolutely quiet. This is important when undertaking really long trip.
Indeed, Bering80 is by far the most long-range traveler of her class. The fuel tanks of 43.3 tons bear twice as much fuel as her sister ships normally do. Powered by the double 350 HP Cummins QSM-11 set the vessel can cruise at 9 knots for astonishing 6000 miles. The maximum speed is about 12 knots.
One more unique feature of Bering80 is her abundant living spaces. The vessel has four decks all perfectly inhabited and well protected from any weather.
The sundeck is open solarium for sunbathing with U-shaped sofa, dining and sun-lounge amenities.
The upper deck features the pilothouse and living room that can be optionally configured as captains’ saloon or cabin, library, gym or club-room. The same level boat deck has enough room for two tenders or open dining area.
The en-suite full-beam Master-state room is placed forward facing on the main deck. The main saloon and the large galley are on the same level, so the owner can easily balance socializing and private life. The saloon has the formal dining area for all the guests and relaxing zone with multimedia further complemented by the covered cockpit. From there two stairways lead to the swimming platform and garage with water toys.
The lower deck is fully inhabited. There are guest rooms, crew quarters and the engine room.
Easily customizable for any client needs, Bering80 can accommodate up to ten guests and five crew even on a long-term voyage. The capacity can be adjusted to accommodate sauna, additional wardrobe or storage rooms at the lower deck.
With some outstanding features Bering80 is primarily intended for explorers that want reach the most secluded corners of the world. That doesn’t mean the owner and his family will be deprived of comfort or social activity. The yacht is absolutely customizable to include any facilities that can help to make a journey one to remember, not just to dwell onboard.
Length Overal 85' 9'' (26.2m)
Waterline Length 81' 3'' (24.8 m)
Beam Overall 25' 8" (7.85 m)
Height (Waterline to top of the mast) 40' (12 m)
Fuel Capacity 11,359 gal. (43,000 L)
Water Capacity 792 gal. (3,000 L)
Draft (with full fuel load) 7' 9'' (2.4 m)
Displacement Full Load 485,012 lbs (220 metric tons)
Cruise Speed 8 knots
Maximum Speed 12 knots
Range 6,000+ nautical miles at 7 knots
2 x Cummins QSM11 350 HP @ 1800 rpm