Bering 80 VEDA
Date: August 30, 2016
Place: South China Sea
Wind: Side Wind, 3-5 kn
Sea Depth: 23-25 meters
0,3 – 0,5 meters
|Cummins QSM 11350 HP @ 1800 rpm||TWO engines||Cummins QSM 11350 HP @ 1800 rpm||ONEengine|
|RPM||SOG||GPH||LPH||% load||Range (NM)||RPM||SOG||GPH||LPH||% load||Range (NM)|
|600||4,00||2,27||8,6||20||17 533||600||3,35||1,17||4,4||22||28 410|
|700||4,80||2,89||10,9||22||16 555||700||3,90||1,63||6,2||24||23 789|
|800||5,55||3,74||14,2||25||14 785||800||4,40||2,18||8,3||28||20 105|
|900||6,45||5,03||19,1||25||12 763||900||5,30||2,79||10,6||30||18 937|
|1 000||6,75||6,37||24,1||27||10 558||1 000||5,65||3,55||13,5||32||15 835|
|1 100||7,35||8,39||31,8||31||8 726||1 100||6,05||4,68||17,7||34||12 885|
|1 200||8,10||10,61||40,2||36||7 605||1 200||6,60||5,98||22,7||41||10 984|
|1 300||8,80||13,61||51,5||45||6 441||1 300||7,15||7,64||28,9||51||9 326|
|1 400||8,90||17,05||64,6||52||5 197||1 400||7,65||9,75||36,9||60||7 815|
|1 500||9,60||20,81||78,8||63||4 595||1 500||8,15||11,68||44,2||71||6 951|
|1 600||10,05||25,31||95,8||76||3 955||1 600||8,60||14,25||54,0||86||6 009|
|1 700||10,30||31,73||120,1||93||3 233||1 700||8,80||16,76||63,5||100||5 228|
|1 750||10,35||33,69||127,5||100||3 060|
|all equipment is turned off||air-cond system ON||Generator ON||Generator ON Vent of ER ON||Generator ON Vent of ER ON Air-cond ON||Generator ON Vent of ER ON Main engines ON||Generator ON Vent of ER ON Main engines ON Air-cond ON||Generator ON Vent of ER ON Main engines ON Air-cond ON||Generator ON Vent of ER ON Main engines ON Air-cond ON|
|RPM of both engines||600 RPM||950 RPM||1200 RPM|
|Saloon (settee area), dB||31||37||33||44||45||47||47||48||49|
|Salon (dining area), dB||30||39||33||40||44||44||45||46||46|
|Crew staterooms, dB||30||32||33||38||39||39||40||40||40|
|Master stateroom, dB||30||36||33||37||40||46||47||49||51|
|Master head, dB||30||32||43||49||49||55||55||60||60|
|Guest room STBD, dB||30||33||30||34||36||37||38||38||38|
|Guest room Portside, dB||30||34||30||32||34||35||36||36||36|
|VIP guest room, dB||30||31||30||31||32||34||35||35||35|
|caps above the engines closed, dB||32||61||77||80||80||82||82||82||83|
|caps above the engines raised, dB||32||61||77||80||80||87||87||89||90|
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.
The forward galley is on the same level as the saloon which makes things easier on the Bering 80. You can have an open pass-through to the galley or keep the two areas separate if you choose. The nearly beam-width galley offers all the amenities the cook could ask for. Warming drawers, multiple refrigeration units, professional cooking appliances and more can all be chosen by the owner to create the ideal kitchen environment. Likewise, various choices of wood or tile flooring as well as marble, granite or synthetic counter-top surfaces allow you to match your galley with your chosen interior styling preferences.
The master stateroom has been located forward on the same level as the saloon and galley which avoids the need to climb stairs. In addition to being far more convenient, this main deck master layout maximizes the owner’s privacy from the lower staterooms. There’s plenty of room for a queen or king sized bed with drawer storage underneath. The forward head makes excellent use of space up near the bow.
The lower staterooms are accessed via stairs from the main deck. The Bering 80 provides tremendous space down below for a variety of layout options. If you are looking to maximize accommodations, you can choose to have up to six individual staterooms down below. Larger and roomier, but less numerous cabins can also be specified with en suite heads and showers. You can choose to place several crew cabins forward with a small lounge area and kitchenette if you desire.
Up above, the large pilothouse not only provides ample space for a steering station and all the typical displays and controls but also features a spacious office/library on the Bering 80. This space could also be configured if requested, as an exercise studio or dedicated captain’s quarters.
The aft flybridge deck is clean and uncluttered, perfect for storing multiple tenders, installing a hot tub, building in a grill and bar on the Bering 80.
Above the pilothouse is an open air sundeck. The sun worshipers among you will no doubt be spending many hours soaking in the rays up there. The view from aloft is outstanding.PDF Brochure