Bering Catamaran

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Brief Specifications
  • Length Overall (LOA)
    32.04 m
  • Length Waterline
    31.60 m
  • Beam Overall
    12.00 m
  • Draft (with full fuel load)
    1.80 m
  • Fuel Capacity (preliminary)
    18,000 L
  • Water Capacity (preliminary)
    3,000 L
  • Cruise Speed
    18 knots
  • Maximum Speed
    20 knots
  • Range
    1100+ nautical miles
  • Engines
    Two Caterpiller C32 1600 HP @ 2300 rpm
Full Specifications
  • Length Overall (LOA)
    32.04 m
  • Length Waterline
    31.60 m
  • Beam Overall
    12.00 m
  • Draft (with full fuel load)
    1.80 m
  • Fuel Capacity (preliminary)
    18,000 L
  • Water Capacity (preliminary)
    3,000 L
  • Cruise Speed
    18 knots
  • Maximum Speed
    20 knots
  • Range
    1100+ nautical miles
  • Engines
    Two Caterpiller C32 1600 HP @ 2300 rpm

Hull

Hull, superstructure and hardtop constructed using 5083 H321 and H111 marine grade aluminium.
Mast and exterior furniture are made of fiberglass.
The hull below the waterline is covered with three layers of black antifouling paint.
Hull above the waterline, deck and superstructure painted with Alexseal, Boero or similar
All the interior aluminum surfaces of the bilge area and visible surfaces of the vessel are treated with epoxy primer after thorough surface preparation.

Engines

(2) Caterpiller C32 1600 HP @ 2300 rpm intermittent duty rated, raw water, heat exchanger cooled with wet exhaust. Combined total power of 3400 HP. Marex OSIII electronic engines control located in the pilothouse. (2) Caterpillar 7″ color engine displays in the pilothouse.
(2) marine transmissions.
(2) Seatorque shafts
(2) 5-blade 50″x50″ fixed pitched propellers.
(2) Sea water intake with strainers for engines.
(2) 35dBa Silencers with exhaust spray mixers.
Parallel Hybrid system can be installed as an option upon request. Modes and capacity TBD.

Steering system

(2) 8 square foot air foil steel rudders with 3″ diameter steel rudder stock mounted on rudder shoe bearings.
Electro-hydraulic power steering system by DATA Hydraulic.
Zinc anodes on rudders to ensure galvanic corrosion protection.

Mooring system

(2) HHP type 190Kg (appr.) stainless steel anchors. Fitted using 316 stainless steel pockets incorporated in forward platform.
Fresh water flush system for chain wash.
(2) Electrical horizontal windlasses with foot switches on deck. Dual chain stoppers with tensioners. Stainless steel, grooved bow rollers.
(2) Bow electrical thrusters.
(1) Stern electrical thrusters.
(2) Heavy duty bollards installed on bow. (4) heavy duty bollards mounted on the aft . Two stainless steel hawse pipes with horn cleats mounted amidship port and starboard. All mooring components are polished stainless steel with chafe guards.
(2) Electrical rope capstans mounted in cockpit.

Electrical system

a. Main features
Entire AC and DC electrical system designed and installed in compliance with RINA electrical standards.(upon class)
50 Hz 230V AC power standard.
24V DC power standard.
24/12V DC electronics power.
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) 50 kW four cylinder generators enclosed in soundsheilds installed in the engine rooms port and starboard. Wet exhaust mufflers with exhaust separators. Gensets have paralleling system.
20,5 kW night generator enclosed in soundsheild installed in the starboard engine room. Wet exhaust muffler with exhaust separator.
SHORE POWER
Specification upon request
BATTERIES
(30) AMG 220, deep cycle, 12 VDC batteries.
Charger for charging electronics backup battery.
DC-DC converter for electronics.
(2) Charger for charging house bank from generator or shore power
(4) Inverters.
c. Lighting system and power outlets
All interior lights are 230V AC and 24VDC LED.
Exterior lights (LED and Halogen) are waterproof to IP-67 (IP-65) standard.
230V AC fluorescent and 24V DC LED lights in engine room.
d. Controls and alarms
Pilot house control station with dash console comprises efficient layout of the vessel electronics and machinery controls.
Generator digital LCD displays mounted in the pilothouse dash with start/stop buttons.
Twin engine throttle control located in the pilothouse.
(2) Caterpillar engine 7″ color monitors mounted on pilothouse dash.
Proportional control of thruster(s) in the pilothouse.
All electric bilge pumps have manual/auto rocker switches.
Bilge pump system display panel with “ON” indicators with bilge pump and high water sensor audible alarms.
Switch and remote control of search light in the pilothouse.
Dual trumpet marine horn control in the pilothouse.
(4) Fuel tank level sensors, visual fuel gauges on each day tank .
Water level sensor for fresh water tank and visual water gauge on fresh water tank under the master room.
Water level sensor for gray water tank.
Water level sensor for black water tank.
Central smoke alarm system.
Engine room fire alarm.
Hybrid Battery bank TBD. Option

Fire alarm and safety system

Smoke alarm system.
Smoke/Heat Detector in each room.
Carbon Monoxide Detector in each room on lower deck and engine rooms.
Automatic deployment fire suppression canisters in the engine rooms.
Remote control pull handle for manual deployment of fire supression system in engine rooms from cockpit.

Bilge pump system

Bilge pump system display panel with “ON” indicators with bilge pump and high water sensors audible alarms.
(2) Electric self-priming centrifugal emergency bilge/fire pumps with direct suction installed in both ER .

Fuel system

(2) Main fuel tanks. Total 3962 gallons/15,000 liter capacity.
(2) “Day Tank” fuel tanks. Total capacity 792 gallons/3000 liters.
Fuel tank’s level system by NMEA 2000 with the display. Visual fuel gauges on two-day tanks.
Fuel polishing and transfer system. Reverso
Centrifugal fuel separator.
Auxiliary fuel transfer pump 24 VDC.
Central fueling station with stainless steel pipe connections and 2″ hose to two main tanks.
Day tanks provide fuel feed for two engines and generator(s).
Engines and generators equipped with fuel filter/separator using 30-micron filter element and including vacuum pressure gauge.

 

Fresh water system

(2) Built-in 400 gallons/1500 liters fresh water tanks. Total capacity is 792gallons/3,000 liters. Aluminium construction with baffles and inspection plate, coated with FDA approved enamel.
Tank’s level system by NMEA 2000 with display. Visual water gauge on the water tanks.
Reversed Osmosis filter in the galley.
PPR color coded piping for fresh water lines.
(2)60 gallons marine water heaters located in the engine rooms.
(2) Water maker located in the engine rooms.

 

Deck wash system with fresh water

(2) Built-in 400 gallons/1500 liters freshwater tanks. Total capacity is 792gallons/3,000 liters. Aluminum construction with baffles and inspection plate, coated with FDA approved enamel.

Black and gray water systems

Tank’s level system with display.
(2) 260 gallons/1,010 liters integrated gray water tank with enamel coated interior to seal the aluminium tank.
260 gallons/1,010 liters integrated black water tank with enamel coated interior to seal the aluminium tank.

Sea water system

Engines and generator(s) are sea water cooled with stainless steel sea cocks and strainers.
(2) Sea chests integrated to the hull. Located in the engine rooms.
Sea water intake with (2) strainers for engines, sea water intake strainer for generator, strainer for air conditioner, strainers for water maker.
Throughout hull fittings and sea cocks are stainless steel or marelon.

Air conditioning, ventilation systems

Central chilled water system with reverse cycle heating.
(2) Independent exhaust ventilation systems from heads – one on Starboard side and the other on the Port, 24VDC.
Each engine room features intake and outflow blowers.

 

Insulation

Each engine room insulated with 4″ composite insulation per Bering Yachts drawings.
Aluminum (composite or perforated) panels installed on the ceiling and walls in the engine room.
Aluminum (composite or perforated) panels installed on the wall of tanks under master room.
Engines exhaust pipes wrapped and finished with fiber covers.
Sound insulation barrier installed between the engine rooms and living quarters.
All bulkheads, ceilings and hull sides have acoustic and thermal insulation.
All insulation materials are fire resistant.

 

Outfitting

b. Pilot House Deck
Teak deck.
44″ high stainless steel safety rails.
Freshwater hose bib for wash down.
Access to the deck from the cockpit via stair on the starboard side.
Wide electrically operated sliding door leading to Master Stateroom
(2) Hinged aluminum doors leading to Pilot House
(2) Life rafts installed one to port, one to starboard.
LED courtesy lights.
c. Main Deck
Teak deck.
44″ high stainless steel 2″ safety rails.
Wide electrically operated sliding door leading to Main Salon
(2) Weathetight sliding doors leading to bow deck from Guest Cabins
(2) Foredeck lockers dedicated to anchoring equipment
(2) Elecrical horizontal windlasses with on deck foot switches. Dual chain stoppers with tensioners. Stainless steel, grooved bow rollers.
(2) Heavy duty stainless steel bollards.
(2) Flush deck hatches with access to forepeaks port and stbd.
Stairs on stbd side from main deck to the pilot house deck.
e. Cockpit
Teak deck.
44″ high stainless steel 2″ safety rails.
(4) Heavy duty stainless steel bollards.
(2) Electric rope capstans.
Fiberglass molded-in settee with storage beneath with Dining table for 10 persons on the cockpit.
Huge sunbed with cushions
Hot and cold fresh water shower box .
LED courtesy and overhead lights.
f. Swim platform
Teak deck .
Access from swim platform to cockpit via stairs to port and starboard.
Hydraulically operated aft platform with own HPU that enables to access tenders storage area
Hydraulically operated tender launching platform with own HPU under the cockpit

Interior

The interior will be first-class in every respect. All materials, items of equipment to be used for furniture, lining, ceilings, partitions, and insulation will be purchased and installed from well-known manufacturers and suitable for the purpose intended. To avoid noise, such as creaking or squeaking of fitted items and materials, the use of suitable felts, bedding compounds, etc. is required.

Miscellaneous

As-built Owner’s manual in English. Includes descriptions and systems drawings.
Set of required by Class Certificates.
Set of manuals and certificates relating to materials and equipment.
Tool box.
Spare parts for equipment, supplied by manufacturers.

Electronics and Navigation Equipment

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