The Bering 70 Tempest is the newest in the Coastal series and the lighter version of our successful steel built Bering 70 Coastal cruiser. With the hull and superstructure built in aluminum, she can reach a maximum speed of 22 knots and move comfortably at 17 knots. Her long and slender axe hull offers exceptionally low resistance, delivering excellent fuel efficiency, sea-keeping performance, and unsurpassed comfort at all speeds.
The lightweight hull and shallow draft also make B70 Tempest a perfect choice for many sought-after destinations, from those in the Mediterranean and Caribbean to regions with rivers and shallow waters.
Like every yacht in the series, the B70 Tempest benefits from a modern design, pure craftsmanship, multiple innovations and considerable attention to detail. As well, like all Bering yachts, the 70 Tempest is a semi-custom built boat. Bering’s 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 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.
Come aboard and take note of the clean, crisp lines of this sleek, ultra-modern yacht. Non-traditional woods and fabrics used in the interior suggest a contemporary tone. The saloon flows seamlessly forward into the pilothouse, creating a sense of spaciousness. The use of large glass panels throughout the saloon and the pilothouse create a refreshingly open and airy feeling.
The galley blends perfectly into the saloon space, creating one large communal area ideal for entertaining, with the galley area and dining table on the port side, along with the forward L-settee. The starboard side cabinetry houses a pop-up flat screen directly across from the settee, enabling direct viewing of the TV as opposed to having to look off to one side. Additional seating is in the form of custom barrel chairs on either side.
The lower deck staterooms can be configured in a number of ways. Accompanying layout renderings show just several of the stateroom options available: B70 Tempest can be configured with two large master/VIP staterooms or two facing staterooms can be located amidships with the master forward and a smaller cabin aft.
Back on deck, a full walk-around makes for easy line handling and fender placement when coming in to a marina. A huge sun pad is situated forward of the pilothouse. Aft, the partially covered cockpit has plenty of open space for deck chairs or relaxing on the settee cushions. Meals can be served on the beautifully finished cockpit table.
The flybridge deck possesses the same modern feel as the sister ship Bering 70. One helm chair is mounted forward at the steering wheel; guests can join you at the settee and table that is immediately aft. A sleek antennae mast carries multiple radar arrays as well as communications equipment and deck lighting. The aft deck is open to accommodate a tender and powered davit. B70 Tempest carries a soft top that includes retractable sunshades, which keep the vessel lighter.
The B70 Tempest is designed with a displacement of 90,000 pounds (62 metric tons), carries 660 gallons (2,500 liters) of fuel and can cruise for more than 1,400 miles using a pair of Cummins QSL 330 hp engines. Top speed is 22 knots and cruising speed is 17 knots.
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