The Bering 80 is an impressive presence in any marina. Viewed from the dock, with the bow towering above you, it's easy to see how effortlessly capable she is in a big sea. No other yacht of this size gives the same degree of safety and comfort in all weathers. Displacing 220 tons and with a surprisingly low centre of gravity, the Bering 80 is incredibly stable, even without turning on the stabilisers. Not surprisingly, the interior is of massive proportions, to match the external appearance.
A variety of layouts can be chosen, with up to six guest cabins possible, along with two spacious crew cabins and a crew mess forward of the galley. Alternatively, a more typical four cabin layout allows for really spacious accommodation and a master stateroom that would be the envy of much larger yacht owners. Wide side decks run the full length of the main deck.
Aft of the large pilothouse, there is room for a spacious library, office, gym or captain's cabin. Outside you will find a large and uncluttered deck, with space for a hot tub or additional storage for water sports equipment.
The flybridge has ample space for tenders, along with areas for sitting or sunbathing. There is plenty of space for a wet bar, refrigeration and barbeque grill, if desired. The height of the flybridge affords you one of the best views in any anchorage.
The Bering 80 has a range of over 7500 miles, thanks to her 12,000 gallon fuel capacity and a very efficient hull shape.
Length Overall (LOA) 81'3" (24.78m)
Waterline Length (LWL) 74'2" (22.60m)
Beam 25'8" (7.86m)
Displacement Full Load 485,000 lbs (220 Tonnes)
Air Draft (Bridge Clearance) 40' (12m)
Water Capacity 840 Gallons (3,180 Litres)
Black Water Capacity 470 Gallons (1,700 Litres)
Watertight Bulkheads 5
Maximum Speed 10.5 Knots
Draft 7'7" (2.35m)
Gross Tonnage 198 GT
Cruising Speed 8 Knots
Engines 2 x Cummins QSM11
Fuel Capacity 12,900 Gallons (50,500 Litres)
Grey Water Capacity 470 Gallons (1,700 Litres)
Range 7,500+ Nautical Miles