BERING 106

Bering 106 is the new model which combines all technical solutions inherent in the Bering brand - steel displacement hull, aluminum superstructure, impressive volumes of interior space, exceptional seaworthiness and high performance. Read More »

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Specifications

Brief Specifications
  • Length Overall (LOA)
    32.54 m
  • Length Waterline
    30.75 m
  • Beam Overall
    7.54 m
  • Draft (with full fuel load)
    1,95 m
  • Fuel Capacity (preliminary)
    30,000 L
  • Water Capacity (preliminary)
    4,000 L
  • Cruise Speed
    9 knots
  • Maximum Speed
    12 knots
  • Range
    4,000+ nautical miles
  • Engines
    Two Cummins QSM–11 455HP @ 2100 rpm.
Full Specifications
  • Length Overall (LOA)
    32.54 m
  • Length Waterline
    30.75 m
  • Beam Overall
    7.54 m
  • Draft (with full fuel load)
    1,95 m
  • Fuel Capacity (preliminary)
    30,000 L
  • Water Capacity (preliminary)
    4,000 L
  • Cruise Speed
    9 knots
  • Maximum Speed
    12 knots
  • Range
    4,000+ nautical miles
  • Engines
    Two Cummins QSM–11 455HP @ 2100 rpm.

Hull

Hull constructed using marine grade steel  AH-36. Bottom plates and integrated tanks and hull sides – 6- 8 mm. Superstructure – 6 мм made of marine grade aluminum 5083.
The hull is divided by four watertight bulkheads creating five compartments.
Flybridge arch, mast and furniture (on flybridge and on cockpit) are fiberglass.
The hull below waterline is covered with three layers of black antifouling paint.
Hull above the waterline, deck and superstructure painted.
Yacht quality fairing above the waterline with paint finish.
All bulkheads are reinforced steel construction, with sound and heat insulation per Bering Yachts

drawings.

All the interior steel surfaces of the vessel are treated with epoxy primer after thorough surface

preparation.

Appropriate zinc plates installed for galvanic protection.

Engines

Two Cummins QSM–11 455HP @ 2100 rpm, raw water, heat exchanger cooled with wet exhaust. 24V electrical. Combined total power of 910 HP. Electronic engine controls in the pilot
house.
(2) Marine transmissions with 5.0:1 reduction gear. Includes live PTO and load sense pump
(130CCM).
(2) ST-300 shafts.
(2) 5-blade 50/50″ propellers (to be specified by manufacturer).
(2)  Sea water intake with strainers for engines.
4 valves 24V) oil change system for engines.
2 valves 24V) oil change system for gear boxes.
(2) Vertical combo-sep mufflers with exhaust mixers. Exhaust outlets on
port and starboard sides of the hull.

Steering system

(2) 10 square foot air foil steel rudders with 4″ diameter steel rudder stock mounted on rudder shoe
bearings. Rudder posts in lazarette above waterline and attach to rudder arms.
Electrohydraulic power steering system.
Zinc anodes on rudders to ensure galvanic corrosion protection.

Mooring system

(2) 150Kg N-type stainless steel anchors.  Fitted using 316 stainless steel pockets – port and
starboard.
Divided chain locker, drains overboard.
400 Feet of 16 mm zinc coated anchor chain per side. Rated for high working loads.
316 polished stainless steel bow protection plate.
(2) 4500 series Hydraulic winches with on deck foot switches and remote controls at pilothouse.  Digital chain counters with displays in pilothouse. Chain stoppers with tensioners. Stainless
steel, grooved bow rollers.
(2) Wired roving remote control units
(8) 24”x48” fenders
Mooring lines (4) 1-1/2” – 100′ and  (4) 1-1/2” – 60′
(2) SH550/386TC hydraulic thrusters – bow and stern. Duty thrust up to 1210 lbs / 550kg Hydraulic power up to 57.8 Hp / 43.1 kW  (to be specified by manufacturer).
(3) heavy duty bollards installed on bow. (4) heavy duty bollards mounted on the aft deck. Two stainless steel hawse pipes with horn cleats mounted amidship port and starboard.  All mooring components are polished stainless steel with chafe guards.
(2) 2500 (1,500W) 24V electric rope capstans mounted in cockpit.

Electrical system

a. Main features
Entire AC and DC electrical system designed and installed in compliance with ABYC electrical
standard.
60 Hz 120/240V  AC power standard.
24V DC power standard.
24/12V DC electronics power.
Orion 24/12-25A DC-DC converter located in pilothouse.
Primary distribution 120V/240V AC and 24 V DC electrical panels, inverters, battery chargers, batteries
and battery management panels are located in the electrical room.
Secondary 24V DC, 12V DC panels are located in the pilot house.
All wires are labeled at each end.
All wire connections are properly insulated.
All electrical hardware is bonded to the hull.
Dedicated circuit breaker for each circuit.
b. Power source
GENERATORS
(2) 32KW generators, 120/240V, 60Hz, generators enclosed in soundsheilds installed in
engine room. Wet exhaust muffler with exhaust separator.
(2) Sea water intake with strainers for generators.
Both generators have digital display controls in pilothouse and interface to Poseidon System.
Both generators have automatic safety shutdowns with fault indicators.
(2) 1000 fuel filters with 30 micron elements.
4 valves 24V oil change system for main engines and generators.
SHORE POWER
(2) 100 Amp 24VDC shore cord managers.
(2) 100 Amp 120V/240V 30 meters shore power cords.
(2) 100 Amp shore power breaker boxes.
BATTERIES
(20) AGM batteries, deep cycle, 12 VDC.
All starter batteries charged by (2) engine (80 Amps each) and (2) generator driven alternators (40
Amps each).
Сharger 12/30 for charging electronics backup battery located in pilothouse.
24/100 charger (110VAC/45-65Hz) for charging starting battery from generator or
shore power.
(4) 3kW (24/3000/120-100 110V VE.Bus) inverter/chargers for charging house
battery bank from generator or shore power.
(2) 220AH batteries for the engines start with crossover switch. Connected in series for 24
VDC.
(2) 220AH batteries for the generators start with crossover switch. Connected in series for 24 VDC.
(12) 220AH batteries for house system.
(1) 220AH battery for nav/com electronics located in pilothouse.
All batteries covered with fiberglass caps.
Battery cutoff switches located in the engine room.
c. Lighting system and power outlets
All interior lights are 110V AC and 24VDC LED.
Exterior LED lights are waterproof to IP-67 standards.
110V AC fluorescent and 24V DC LED lights in engine room.
d. Controls and alarms
(2) Generators digital LCD displays mounted in the pilothouse dash, each with start/stop button.
Twin engine throttle control in pilothouse.
Two main engines have interface to Poseidon system.
Fuel filters have pressure gauges.
Manual hydraulic steering pump in the pilothouse.
(2) Remote windlass control stations with chain counter at pilothouse helm.
Hydraulic bow and stern thrusters with proportional controls in the pilothouse.
Poseidon ship monitoring system intagrated with Simrad or Furuno.
All electric bilge pumps have manual/auto rocker switches.
Bilge pumps monitoring system with “ON” indicators and high water sensors by Poseidon system.
(5) Windshield wiper controls in pilothouse.
Windshield washdown control in the pilothouse.
Search light switch and remote control in the pilothouse.
Buell dual trumpet marine horn switch in the pilothouse.
Central smoke alarm system with two monitors.
Engine room  fire alarm.

Fire alarm and safety system

(2) Safety alarm monitors located in pilot house.
Smoke detector system in each room.
Combination carbon monoxide (CO) in each room on lower deck.
Automatic deployment fire suppression canisters in the engine room.
Remote control pull handle for manual deployment of fire system in engine room.
Fire extinguishers in all rooms.
System includes automatic shut off for engines, generators and air intake fans.

Bilge pump system

(12)  4,000 gallon/hour bilge pumps.
Each bilge has an automatic high water alarm bilge pump switch installed.
Vented loop on each bilge pump’s discharge hoses.
Bilge pumps monitoring system with “ON” indicators and high water sensors by Poseidon system.
Electric self-priming centrifugal emergency bilge/fire pump.

Fuel system

(2) Safety alarm monitors located in pilot house.
Smoke detector system in each room.
Combination carbon monoxide (CO) in each room on lower deck.
Automatic deployment fire suppression canisters in the engine room.
Remote control pull handle for manual deployment of fire system in engine room.
Fire extinguishers in all rooms.
Fireboy system includes automatic shut off for engines, generators and air intake fans.

Fresh water system

Built-in fresh water tank. Total capacity 4,000 litters. Steel construction with baffles and inspection plate, coated with FDA approved enamel.
1″ water tank ventilation hose.
Fresh water tank includes inspection hatch, sight gauge, shut-off valves, and 1-1/2 ” stainless steel
water intake.
(2) Fresh water pumps. 100 liters accumulator pressure tank.
Cold water manifold with valves located in the engine room.
Hot water line with circulating pump.
PPR color coded piping for fresh water lines.
(2) 40 gallon marine water heaters located  in the engine room.
Watermaker located in engine room.

Deck wash system with fresh water

Deck wash system.
Fresh water pump 24V, 10 PSI, 3,5 gallons/14 liters per minute.
Fresh water hose bib for wash down on the boat deck.
Fresh water hose bib for wash down on the bow deck.
Fresh water hose bib for wash down on the cockpit.

Black and gray water systems

2,600 liters integrated gray water tank with enamel coated interior to seal the steel tank and includes a level indicator. (2) overboard macerator pumps with automatic discharger (3/4 level), line for shore’s
vacuum pump out.
2,600 liters integrated black water tank with enamel coated interior to seal the steel tank and includes a
level indicator. (2) overboard macerator pumps, line for shore’s vacuum pump out.
(2) 1½ ” ventilation hoses for each tank – Gray water and Black water. One vent on each side of the
boat for cross flow circulation.
PVC piping (D40/D32 mm) for Black and Gray water plumbing lines.
13. Sea water system
Engines and generators are sea water  cooled with stainless steel sea cocks and strainers.
(2) built-in sea chests connected by hose with valves.
Sea water intake with (2) strainers for engines, (2) sea water intakes for generators, (1) for air
conditioner, (1) for watermaker.
All through hull fittings and sea cocks are stainless steel.

Sea water system

Engines and generators are sea water  cooled with stainless steel sea cocks and strainers.
(2) built-in sea chests connected by hose with valves.
Sea water intake with (2) strainers for engines, (2) sea water intakes for generators, (1) for air
conditioner, (1) for watermaker.
All through hull fittings and sea cocks are stainless steel.

Air conditioning, ventilation systems

Central chilled water system (to be specified by manufacturer) with reverse cycle heating.
(2) independent ventilation systems – one on Starboard side and the other on the Port side.
Engine room and lazarette both feature intake and outflow blowers.

Hydraulic system (to be specified by manufacturer)

Integrated hydraulic system. Includes all necessary blocks, hoses and
components to operate bow and stern thrusters, plus two windlasses.
The integrated hydraulic system is driven by live PTOs on the main engines.
Hydraulic pumps (130CCM) mounted on engines.
(2) Hydraulic winches.
(2) Hydraulic thrusters – bow and stern.
All hydraulic hose and fitting connections are secured with using high-pressure flexible hoses.

Stabilization system

Hydraulic stabilizer system with four fins. Stabilizer controls located in the pilothouse.

Insulation

Engine room insulated with 4″ composite insulation per Bering Yachts drawings.
Perforated panels installed on the ceiling and walls in the engine room and lazarette.
Engines exhaust pipes wrapped and finished with carbon fiber covers.
Sound insulation barrier installed between the engine room and living quarters.
All bulkheads, ceilings and hull sides have acoustic and thermal insulation.
All insulation materials are fire resistant.

Overview

Bering 106 is the new model which combines all technical solutions inherent in the Bering brand – steel full displacement hull, aluminum superstructure, impressive volumes of interior space, exceptional seaworthiness and high performance. At the same time, the Bering 106 is distinguished by modern elegant stylistic solutions of the exterior design, which, in combination with no less elegant interiors, endowed this model with a timeless style.

The length of the B106 is over 32 m and the beam is 7.5 m. The maximum speed is 13 knots. With a fuel capacity of 30,000 liters and a displacement of 246 tons, this model can travel over 4,000 nautical miles at a cruising speed of 9 knots.

Modern design Bering 106 allows you to enjoy the feeling of freedom, lightness and comfort to the fullest. The master stateroom is located on the upper deck right behind the pilot house. On the main deck, the living and dining areas are combined into a single living space with an excellent panoramic view from almost any point thanks to the large windows. There is a huge island kitchen with access to the front deck on the bow where you can relax on the sun beds or soak in the jacuzzi. On the lower deck there are 4 guest staterooms, including a game stateroom, 2 crew staterooms and a crew quaters. The flybridge is equipped with a second control station, a seating area, including a wet bar, lounge chairs and soft seettes.

Bering 106 is a new direction of the shipyard, a model  which combines the outstanding seaworthiness and modern, original design solutions.

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