The Bering 70 TEMPEST is a lighter version of the Bering 70 coastal cruiser. With a hull and superstructure built in aluminium, she can reach a maximum speed of 22 knots and cruise at 17 knots. Designed from the keel up to be the ideal vessel for extensive coastal cruising, she has a shallow draft, a good turn of pace and excellent range. The hull shape and profile are equally ground-breaking, whilst retaining all of the tried and tested engineering excellence that Bering are famous for.
Vibration and engine noise are almost non-existent and her hull is stable, easily driven and highly efficient, thanks to extensive CFD modelling. Slicing through waves, rather than rising up and over them, the Bering 70 TEMPEST represents the most advanced application of a design principle that has been used successfully for over a century. A displacement of only 90,000 pounds (62 tonnes) and a pair of Cummins QSL 330hp engines make the most of her cutting-edge hull design, for the ultimate coastal cruising experience.
Her contemporary interior is beautifully crafted from a choice of premium timber, complemented by leather and the finest upholstery fabrics. The main saloon features built-in seating, a spacious dining area and a large flat screen TV and entertainment centre. At the forward end of the saloon, the galley and pilothouse flow seamlessly forward. The well equipped pilothouse is equipped with the latest electronics and affords excellent views in all directions..
Down below, the staterooms can be configured in any number of ways, depending on how you would like to optimise the living space. Two and three cabin configurations are possible, along with the option for a crew cabin aft. One of the advantages of a steel construction is the flexibility it allows us to work with customers to create exactly the accommodation they need. Everything in the yacht, from engineering to soft furnishings can be customised to customer requirements.
Outside, the Bering 70 TEMPEST offers full walk-around access and numerous spaces for relaxing, sunbathing and dining. The rear of the top deck provides ample space for a tender, with a powerful hydraulic crane for launching and recovering it. Alternatively, the tender can be located on an extended swim platform.
Length Overall (LOA) 70'3" (21.44m)
Waterline Length (LWL) 67' (20.42m)
Beam 18'3" (5.57m)
Draft 4'1" (1.24m)
Displacement Full Load 124,000 lbs (62 Tonnes)
Gross Tonnage 65 GT
Air Draft (Bridge Clearance) 22' (6.70m)
Cruising Speed 10 Knots
Maximum Speed 13 Knots
Engines 2 x Cummins QSB-6.7
Watertight Bulkheads 4
Fuel Capacity 1,260 Gallons (4,780 Litres)
Water Capacity 245 Gallons (930 Litres)
Grey Water Capacity 130 Gallons (500 Litres)
Black Water Capacity 130 Gallons (500 Litres)
Range 2,500+ Nautical Miles