Bering 80 features a very bold profile. Her towering bow with its tremendous reserve buoyancy allows her to ride up and over large open-ocean swells. The pilothouse and Portuguese bridge provide that classic passage maker look in addition to being very functional. The Bering 80 is every bit as capable as she looks and with her enormous fuel capacity she can travel well over 7,000 nautical miles with full tanks. The Bering 80 displaces over 485,000 pounds (220 metric tons) at full load.
The interior of the Bering 80 is nothing short of massive. Her 25’8″ (7.8 metre) beam provides spacious living quarters above and below deck and is complemented with port and starboard side decks which make for safer and more convenient handling of docking and mooring lines.
The saloon can be laid out with a large corner settee aft with facing freestanding furniture seating. A separate dinette forward is perfect for serving larger meals and allows groups to spread out while in the saloon area.
Length Overall (LOA)81’3″ (24.78 m)
Waterline Length74’2″ (22.60 m)
Beam25′ 8″ (7.85 m)
Draft (FULL LOAD)7′ 7″ (2.30 m)
Displacement (FULL LOAD)485,000 lbs (220 metric Tons)
Gross Tonnage198 GT
Bridge Clearance (Height)40′ (12 m)
Cruise Speed8 Knots
Fuel consumption10 GPH (40 LPH) at 8 knots with 1200 RPM
Maximum Speed12 knots
Fuel consumption40 GPH (151 LPH) at 10.5 knots with 1800 RPM
Twin EnginesCummins QSM – 11
Fuel7,926 gal. (30,000 L)
Water840 gal. (3,170 L)
Grey Water470 gal. (1,700 L )
Black Water470 gal. (1,700 L)
Range7,500 + nautical miles