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The Bering 80 yacht is one of Bering’s most popular steel expedition models. With four decks featuring outstanding volume inside and out, she easily accommodates ten guests in addition to a professional yacht crew of four. Coming in at just under 24 meters LOA and boasting a beam of 8.10 metres, she is one of the widest boats in her class. The result? A boat with superyacht-level quality, space and comfort - without the complex regulations.
Flexibility defines the Bering 80. A sauna or maximised storage space can be accommodated on the lower deck, while the upper deck can be configured as a dedicated captains’ cabin, fully-equipped gym, or chic club room.
With an autonomous range of more than 5,000 nm, the Bering 80 is by far the most long-range traveller in her class.
En suite guest staterooms are found on the lower deck, with a spectacular full-beam master suite located on the main deck.
Robust and spacious, the steel-hulled Bering 80 is a long-range explorer yacht built for the ocean. With a displacement of 220 tons - almost maximum for her size - the Bering 80 luxury yacht delivers stable and smooth conditions underway. Given the highest sound protection and low-RPM engines, travelling onboard Bering 80 is exceptionally quiet - a particular advantage when it comes to comfort on extensive adventures at sea.
The fuel tanks of 38.5 tons bear twice as much fuel as her sisterships. Powered by double 450 HP 2100 rpm Cummins QSM-11 engines, the Bering 80 yacht has a top speed of 11.0 knots and a cruising speed of 8.5 knots. She has a transatlantic range of 5000 nm at cruising speed.
Length Overal 85' 9'' (26.2m)
Waterline Length 81' 3'' (24.8 m)
Beam Overall 25' 8" (8.1 m)
Fuel Capacity 10,502 gal. (39,755 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 8,5 knots
Maximum Speed 11 knots
Range 5,000+ nautical miles at 8,5 knots
2 x Cummins QSM11 450 HP @ 2100 rpm