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  1. Bering Yachts 18-meter Trawler
    Taking Trawlers Into The 21st Century

    Bering Yachts president Alexei Mikhaylov is quickly building on the popularity
    of his new line of steel trawlers. In a radical departure from tried and tired designs, he's
    displacing displacement stereotypes with a modern new trawler... the Bering 18, already in-build!​

    Starting from scratch, with a blank digital slate, Alexei took a look at today's trawlers and continually asked the question... WHY? The result is an edgy new euro-look that is certain to appeal to a broader market. The new Bering 18 is now in production with a launch date of March, 2012. Like all Bering vessels, every aspect of this new offering has been evaluated to provide the highest level of sea keeping ability to safely cruise any coastline or ocean, while optimizing comfort of the crew. Working with an in-house naval architect, interior and exterior designers, application engineers in cooperation with Z&M Naval Design Bureau on the B18, Bering Yachts prides itself on providing “beyond semi-custom vessels” to suit individual needs and works closely with knowledgeable owners to design a vessel that best suits the intended use.
  2. The new B18 is a true long range ocean going cruiser with a 4,000+ NM range and is the heaviest passage maker on the market in its class. With only a 5’ 5” draft, this yacht is ideal for Bahamas and coastal cruising. The Seakeeper gyro stabilizer considerably reduces roll making any voyage more pleasurable.
  3. The B18 is constructed of A-36 steel. Steel construction is the material of choice for any full displacement, long-range passage maker - much harder, stronger and abrasion resistant, no matter what material is compared. Steel provides strength, durability, fire resistance and ease of repair.
  4. Steel can take enormously high loads at a moment of impact. It does not burn, it does not absorb water and for a trawler, adds weight in the right place. A minimum of four watertight, steel acoustically and thermally insulated bulkheads and integrated fuel, water, and ballast tanks have been carefully positioned to assure a low center of gravity, giving the highest level of cruising comfort.
  5. Standard power is twin Cummins QSB5.9 diesel engines (225 HP each) commercial marine heavy duty. Several ReGenNautic diesel-electric hybrid drive system options allowing up to 60% fuel economy are optionally available. Bow and stern thrusters are standard with controls in the pilot house. Main engine throttle controls are located in the pilot house and on the fly bridge. Standard Genset is one Onan 21.5KW with sound shield, muffler and exhaust separator.
  6. The Bering 18 boasts an engine room with 6’ 8” head room, completely insulated using advanced acoustic insulation with the engines located beneath the engine room floor. This low position allows a 4’ long 0 degree shaft angle, adding propulsion and hull efficiency. A DeAngelo exhaust system with Centec muffler/separate makes the exhaust quiet and long lasting.
  7. 24VDC is provided by 18 AGM 4D batteries. A large capacity house bank with 2x5KW inverters insures a long anchorage with generator switched off without power interruption. The fuel is delivered from four fuel tanks. A water tight box located on the engine room ceiling houses a retractable hydraulic Opacmare gangway.
  8. Access to the engine room is via the Euro-style, twin step swim platform. A 10-foot Opacmare hydraulic telescoping gangway assists med-docking. The platform also has a convenient transom shower, as well as a Glendinning retractable shore power cable.
  9. Utilizing a streamlined bulb, the Bering 18 hull isn't a typical round bilge, but adapts a modern trawler hull design that adds better lateral stability and roll damping. And if two-screws aren't enough, both bow and stern thrusters will parallel park this puppy.
  10. The Bering 18 was designed to rest on bottom, should you ever get caught in a high & dry tide. You can also put a "No-Fear" sticker on the bumper because your running gear is shielded from floating containers or rising reefs. Notice the stern thruster box located at transom center, along the boot stripe; granting access for maintenance.
  11. The full-beam master stateroom is located midship, the best location for minimum pitch and roll forces.
  12. Views of the horizon to port and starboard...
  13. Master Bath, Closet and Engine Room access corridor (sectional cut-away)...
  14. Deck Plans: top to bottom -

    1. Exterior Decks
    2. Main Deck
    3. Lower Deck
  15. Specifications:

    Length Overall: 59’ 0”
    Beam: 18’ 0”
    Height: 24’ 7”
    Draft: 5’ 5”
    Dispalcement: 176,000 lbs.
    Fuel Capacity: 2300G
    Water Capacity: 1000G
    Cruise Speed: 8K
    Maximum Speed: 9.8K

    Owners suite:

    • Walk-in closet with wardrobe , large mirror , vanity, watertight door to the engine room covered with decorative wooden door, opening porthole.
    • 50 sq. ft. Head with 5’ x 3’ ft. shower cabin, heated tile flooring , tiled walls, premium faucets and Raritan toilet bowl, opening porthole.
    • 200 sq. ft. Master suite with king size bed with nightstands, cabinets on each side, premium microfiber wall and ceiling paneling, three large fixed windows and opening porthole on each side, watertight door to the companionway.

    Guest suite:

    • 40 sq. ft. Head with 5’ x 3’ shower, heated tile flooring, tiled walls, premium faucet and Raritan toilet bowl, opening porthole.
    • 140 sq. ft. Guest suite with queen size bed, cabinets on each side, premium microfiber wall and ceiling paneling, three large fixed windows and opening porthole on each side, watertight door to the companionway.
    • Hatch to the fore deck with telescopic ladder.

    Companionway:

    • Cabinet port side with built in refrigerator/freezer , washer, dryer , 3x12000 BTU Cruisair A/C units for salon, galley and pilothouse
    • Cabinet starboard side with two A/C units - 12000 BTU for guest and 16000 BTU for master stateroom
    • Stairs to salon

    Salon:

    • 42" TV with premium home theater
    • "U" shape settee
    • High/low table
    • Stairs to the fly bridge
    • Two chairs
    • 5 ft.-wide weather tight 1400mm glassed French door to the aft deck
    • Direct ceiling lights/ indirect rope lighting
    • Kickboard lighting
    • Tinted 15mm windows
    • Custom window covers/blinds

    Galley:

    • Corian counters with integrated large stainless steel sink
    • Premium faucet with garbage disposal
    • Two drawer refrigerators
    • Four burner stove
    • Microwave /convection oven
    • Trash compactor
    • Dishwasher
    • Premium wood cabinets
    • Custom window covers/blinds

    Pilothouse:

    • Custom instrument console with steering will , engines controls, electronics, etc.
    • LLebrock pilot chair
    • Leather Settee looking forward on the pedestal
    • Chart tables
    • Leather trim stainless steel steering wheel
    • LED ceiling lights
    • Chart locker
    • Weather tight doors port and starboard
    • Premium stereo for pilot house, salon and exterior
    • Custom window covers/blinds

    Fore deck:

    • Settee, looking forward
    • Two MUIR 4000 windlasses with chain stoppers
    • Hatch to the chain locker
    • Two bollards
    • Teak decking
    • Four chocks
    • Remote control search light

    Aftdeck:

    • Settee looking forward
    • Teak decking

    Swim platform:

    • Teak decking
    • Fueling station
    • Telescopic hydraulic 10 ft gangway, Opacmare
    • Transom shower
    • Gendinning retractable shore power cable

    Flybridge:

    • Dingy
    • 1200 LBS Opacmare hydraulic davit
    • Storage room with shower and day head
    • Teak decking
    • Premium sound system

    Navigation/Electronics:

    • Raymarine electronic system with two 12” displays in the pilothouse
    • 6KW Open array radar antenna, 48 mile
    • 1 GPS sensor
    • 2 VHF antennas
    • Night vision color camera in engine room
    • Gyro Autopilot with computer head in pilothouse
    • Two VHF radios with distress call button
    • Weather station


    For more information contact:

    Bering Yachts
    12608 Leatherwood Ct.
    Raleigh, NC 27613
    (919) 345-0240
    www.BeringYachts.com

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