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Bering 85
25.90 m
8 m
194 mT
200 GT
Gross tonnage
4000+ nm
Guests + Crew
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The Bering 85 is a lucky find. This vessel is almost 26 meters of overall length, which makes her the largest in the class, yet she still meets the “under-24” status. The Bering 85 is the largest pocket-explorer model in the Bering Yachts semi-custom lineup. With a generous beam of 8 meters and a volume of 200 GT, the Bering 85 yacht offers owners a unique combination of comfort, luxury, and capability. Extensive exterior and interior living spaces are found on all three decks, while the full beam master suite takes center stage on the lower deck – the ideal private retreat after a day of ocean exploration
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Perfect not only from the outside

The Bering 85 yacht is one of the largest boats in this class that still meets the criteria for a sub-24-meter vessel, meaning that owners can benefit from avoiding certain complex and restrictive regulations (including IMO Tier III regulation and MCA manning and equipment regulation)
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Constructed with a steel hull and aluminum superstructure, the Bering 85 has an overall length of 25.9 meters and a waterline of 24 meters, falling short of the MCA manning and equipment regulations for 24-meter vessels as well as recent IMO Tier III regulations. Her functionality, however, is that of a true superyacht.

Bering 85 is the ideal long-range expedition vessel. Equipped with sufficient supplies and storage space, she is powered by twin Cummins QSM 11 355 HP diesel engines delivering a top speed of 11 knots and an autonomous range of more than 4,000 nautical miles at 9 knots cruising speed. For adventurers looking to explore further afield, the Bering 85’s flexible design allows the addition of a wide range of features, from ice-breaker capabilities to dedicated amenities for tropical climates

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Lower Deck


Brief Specifications

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Length Overall (LOA)
25.90 m (85″)
Length Waterline (LWL)
24 m (78″7′)
Maximum beam
8 m (26″2′)
Maximum draft
2.25 m (7″4′)
Displacement Full Load
194 mT (427.692 lbs)
20.500 L (5.416 gal.)
Fresh Water
4.200 L (1.110 gal.)
Cruise Speed
9 knots
Maximum Speed
11 knots
4.000+ nautical miles (Cruise Speed 9 kn)
Tender length
5.8 m (19″)
Classification society upon request
CE class A
Hull Type
Full Displacement
Steel + Aluminum

General description

Although the inspiration for Bering 85 derived from Bering 75, very few details of that boat were left unattended. Indeed, Bering 85 is a completely new and very special vessel in Bering Yachts’ family of yachts. Simply put, this is too much of a boat for her size and model name. And here’s why.


Reaching MCA 24m+ certification levels is a true headache for a boat owner. On the one hand, you want a larger boat; on the other – the bureaucracy keeps you off that idea. It seems like this is a vicious circle impossible to get out of. However, imagine there is a boat that can surpass the 24-meter limit without the need for the owner to engage with the “24+ mess”. Bering 85 is exactly this type of vessel.

With an overall length of 25,90 meters and the waterline length of 24 meters (plus 1,9 meters of swimming platform), Bering 85 falls short of the MCA manning and equipment regulations for 24-meter superyachts. However, the owner will not be limited in space. All living spaces have a height of 2.3 meters – the standard of much larger yachts. Another point of difference is the 8-meter beam of Bering 85, while with this length, it is common not to exceed a 7-meter beam. Actually, Bering 85 is the widest yacht in the class. This is what Bering Yachts means when creating a truly comfortable vessel.

Living spaces / Entertainment

Bering 85 has three decks, each with an even level. A teak-floored vast flybridge is a place for sun-addicted. The open area aft the flybridge that continues to the boat deck has three chaise-longues. The flybridge with helm station to starboard and hardcover features a fully-equipped wet bar and grill on the port. The guests can rest on a U-shaped settee facing the front and starboard sides.

The main deck is something that Bering 85 can fascinate with. Except for an isolated pilothouse and galley, the whole deck is available for socializing. The saloon impresses with panoramic full-height tinted windows that eliminate the boundaries between inside and outside areas. The feeling is enhanced with lowered bulwarks to make for real frameless views.

The saloon is shared between the formal dinner zone for eight guests and the entertainment area with an L-shaped settee, TV panel, HI-FI system, and wine cabinet. Further aft, there is a huge al-fresco dining area with a U-shaped sofa around the table complemented with chairs if the number of visitors exceeds ten people. The swimming platform of 15 square meters is down at the transom. An optional beach club can be installed instead of a lazarette. On the bow, there is a U-shaped sofa with a dining table for those who enjoy privacy.

The lower deck has something that makes Bering 85 stand out in the class – the full-beam master stateroom. This is where 8 meters of beam pay off, as the master stateroom placed amidships is enormous. There are two vanity master heads with shower or bath, separate walk-in wardrobe, king-size double bed, working table, and many more. Do not worry about the engine noises as the engine compartment is soundproof.

The guest en-suite staterooms are further forward to port and starboard. For special guests, there is a full-beam VIP stateroom in the forward section.

The crew quarters and the crew mess are behind the engine compartment, so there will be no interactions between the guests and the crew at the lower deck.


Easily customizable for any client’s needs, Bering 85 can accommodate up to ten guests and four crew even on a long-term voyage.

Why Bering 85

As described above, the boat is the largest in the class, fitting into the “under-24-meter” regulations. From 2021 there is one more reason for owners to worry about – the IMO Tier III regulation, which requires the diesel-powered yachts from 24-meters even under 500GT to install sophisticated equipment to reduce nitrogen oxide emissions. Needless to describe how hefty this can be for owners and designers of the new boats. In the case of Bering 85, the boat sneaks this requirement. Given that condition, 25.90-meter steel-hulled Bering 85 can be a good option even for those who considered a longer boat but puzzled with additional costs imposed by the MCA and the IMO Tier III regulations.

Besides this, Bering 85 is just a perfect long-range cruiser with sufficient supplies. Optionally, the vessel can receive an ice-capable or tropical upgrade to facilitate the planned navigation.