Designed for wave-piercing performance and smooth, fuel-efficient passage-making, Bering 85 features a streamlined styling and large, open deck layouts. Emphasis is placed on preserving natural light and providing unobstructed ocean views from as many angles on the yacht as possible. B85’s hull design provides lower hull resistance, better performance and less slamming in choppy seas.
The Bering 85 has a top speed of 13 knots and a comfortable cruise speed of 9 knots.
In keeping with Bering’s construction philosophy, the interior is fully customizable according to her owner’s requirements. Bering designers work with each client individually, selecting the fabrics, appliances and galley fixtures that perfectly suit the intended interior styling theme. A wide selection of stone and synthetic counter surfaces can be chosen in addition to the flooring and cabinet materials. Likewise, the exact layout and location of furniture and cabinetry is subject to the owner’s input.
The galley and saloon are located on the main deck creating a very attractive and comfortable living area. The lowered bulwarks allow for an amazing 360 view of the sea from the main deck while seated.
The accompanying layout renderings show just several of the stateroom options available to you. For example, the 85 can be configured with a really well-appointed master suite amidships with a luxurious and spacious en-suite head. The VIP is forward, and has en suite access to the VIP head divided to preserve toilet privacy. There is still enough space for two other symmetrical guest staterooms and crew quarters with extensive storage located in the aft side of the boat.
Steel yachts possess tremendous strength and rigidity so one is not limited by the fixed location of structural bulkheads when selecting layouts. This is just one reason why Bering chooses steel as their build material.
A huge sun pad on the bow deck allows for extensive sunbathing and relaxing with a glass of wine while enjoying the scenery underway. The open cockpit area also offers generous space and allows for alfresco dining and parties.
The flybridge is perfect for storing the tender and a powered davit. This area not only provides ample space for a steering station and all the typical displays and controls, but there’s also plenty of room for a built in grill, sink and refrigeration units, as well as a large U-shaped settee.
Underway, Bering 85’s semi-displacement hull offers very comfortable cruises at all speeds, as well as superior stability as she breaks through the waves. She is timelessly elegant, combining practicality with a modern design.
Her fittings have a variety of functions and there are a large number of storage spaces. A well-balanced boat, it provides a unique feeling of safety and well-being.
The Bering 85 is designed with a displacement of 252,000 pounds (114 metric tons), carries 4,000 gallons (15,000 liters) of fuel and can cruise for 3,500 miles at 8.5 knots while burning a combined 8.5 gallons an hour.
Length Overall (LOA) - 85' (25.91 m)
Waterline Length (LWL) - 82.6' (25.19 m)
Beam - 23.9' (7.29 m)
Bridge Clearance - 30' (8.9 metres)
Displacement (FULL LOAD) - 252,000 lbs (114.0 metric tons)
Gross Tonnage - 129,2
Draft (FULL LOAD) - 4.5' (1.4 m)
Cruise speed - 8.5 knots
Maximum Speed - 13 knots
Active Stabilization - Optional
Twin Engines (Standard) - Cummins QSL 9
Bow Thruster - Standard
Stern Thruster - Optional
Watertight Bulkheads - 4
Fuel - 4,000 gallons (15,000 liters)
Water - 800 gallons (3,500 liters)
Grey Water - 264 gallons (1,000 liters)
Black Water - 264 gallons (1,000 liters)
Range - 3,500+ nautical miles
12608 Leatherwood Ct.
Raleigh, NC 27613