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Bering 85 is a lucky find: 25.9 meters of overall length make her the largest in the class, yet she meets the “under-24-meter” regulations perfectly well. A large gross tonnage and a lot of space make Bering 85 a unique mix of comfort and luxury.
The lower deck features something that makes Bering 85 stand out in the class – a full-beam master stateroom. This is where 8 meters of beam pay off, as the master stateroom placed amidships is enormous.
Easily customizable for any client’s needs, Bering 85 can accommodate up to 10 guests and 4 crew even on a long-term voyage
All living spaces aboard have a ceiling height of 2.3 meters, the standard of much larger yachts
Constructed with a steel hull and aluminium superstructure, the Bering 85 has an overall length of 25.9 meters and a waterline of 23.95 meters, falling short of the MCA manning and equipment regulations for 24-metre vessels as well as IMO Tier III regulations which were brought into play in 2021. Her functionality, however, is that of a true superyacht.
Bering 85 is the ideal long-range expedition vessel. Equipped with sufficient supplies and storage space, she is powered by twin xx diesel engines delivering a top speed of 11 knots and an autonomous range of more than 4000 nautical miles at 8 knots cruising speed. For clients looking to explore further afield, the Bering 85’s flexible design allows the addition of a wide range of features, from ice-breaker capabilities to dedicated amenities for tropical climates.