August 19, 2016

New Model: Bering 80

Bering has launched its first 80 model in Zhangjiang in South China.  Currently hull one of the 80 series she is undergoing her first sea trials in the region.  Bering 80 is currently the largest and fourth build so far from the American-Chinese builder, and part of its Expedition line.  Important note is that Bering does have bigger project designs of a 95 and 115 awaiting the signing on the dotted line.  Bering 80 is a two deck and a half explorer type super yacht with a full displacement hull and build all of steel.  Standard layout offers five double cabins, included a main deck owners stateroom.  Bering 80 also breaks some records as being the heaviest yacht in its class,  Hull one also featured larger fuel tanks by ten thousand liters, and was painted in an aggressive Alexseal dark gray paint. 
Technical Data:
LOA - 25 m (82ft)
Hull Length - 23.8 m
Waterline Length - 22.6 m
Beam - 7.86 m
Draft - 2.35 m
Displacement - 291 t loaded
Fuel Capacity - 38500 l, optional 48,775 l for hull one
Water Capacity - 3180 l
Accommodation - 10 berths in 5 cabins, 2 crew in 1 cabin
Engines - 2 x Cummins QSM11 350hp
Propulsion - Seatorque ST-300 shaft
Speed - 12 knots max, 9 knots cruse
Range - 6000 nm at best cruise
Hull Shape - full displacement with bulb and protected propellers
Construction - A-36 marine grade steel 10 mm in bottom, 8 mm in hull side, 5 mm in top sides, finishing in Alexseal paint and Epoxy cover coat