The Bering 65 is a rugged and classical looking steel yacht capable of any ocean crossing. Her displacement is over 235,000 pounds (106 tons) and with 4,500 gallons (17,000 liters) of fuel you can easily cruise for thousands of miles burning a combined 8 gallons (30 liters) an hour at 8 knots.
Her interior is lavishly crafted with beautiful woodwork and a variety of counter, flooring and upholstery selections. The saloon features built-in seating on both sides with a large dinette to starboard.
The pilothouse where most of the ship’s controls and displays are collected. From here you can monitor all critical systems such as tank levels, engine metrics, and battery banks. Generous window placement on three sides provides complete forward and adjacent viewing of your surroundings.
The Bering 65 is set up as a three stateroom layout in its standard configuration with each stateroom having its own dedicated head and shower.
The engine room houses the twin diesel engines in addition to many of the ship’s machinery components. The entire engine room is surrounded with acoustic panelling and heavy bulkhead insulation. Aft of the engine room is utility/storage space, perfect for such things as fenders, a water-maker, dive compressor and tool storage.