Bering Yachts has recently introduced a new range of explorer yachts, the Coastal series, that includes four models: B70, B70 Tempest, B85 and B105.
Designed by Sabdes Yacht Design and engineered by the yard’s in-house team of naval architects, these vessels combine excellent seakeeping abilities with a contemporary exterior and interior design.
All the Coastal models, except the B70, which is completely made out of aluminium, have a steel semi-displacement hull and an aluminium superstructure.
The Bering 70 and the Bering 70 Tempest have a length overall of 21.44m and a beam of 5.57m. Thanks to an internal volume of approximately 65GT, they can accommodate up to 7 people in four cabins.
The B70 is equipped with two Cummins QSB6.7 diesel engines and has a maximum speed of 13 knots, a cruising speed of 10 knots and a range of 2,500nm.
Powered by twin Cummins QSL9 331hp engines or, alternatively, by two Volvo Penta IPS, the B70 Tempest has a top speed of 22 knots, a cruising speed of 17 knots and a range of 1,400nm.
The Bering 85 is 25.91m long, has a maximum beam of 7.29m, a draught of 1.40m, and a gross tonnage of 129.2GT. The interior layout includes an owner’s suite, three guest staterooms and a crew cabin, all located on the lower deck.
Equipped with two Cummins QSL9 diesel engines, this model can reach a top speed of 13 knots and cruise for 3,500nm at 8.5 knots.
The flagship model of the Coastal series, the Bering 105, has a LOA of 32m, a beam of 8.25m, and a draught of 2.05m. Thanks to an internal volume of 237GT, she can accommodate up to eight guests and four crew members in six cabins.
Performance-wise, the B105 is powered by two Cummins QSM11-KC 400bhp engines and is capable of reaching a maximum speed of 14 knots and cruising for 3,500nm at 10 knots.