Sirena Enters Superyacht Market
Sirena Yachts chose the 2018 Miami Yacht Show to unveil further details of their new flagship, Sirena 85, that marks the entering of the superyacht market. The construction of this 26m long superyacht has already started at the Turkish shipyard.
The new Sirena 85 is designed by Frers Naval Architecture & Engineering for the naval architecture and exterior design, while Cor D Rover Design is responsible for the interior. The hull of the yacht is in glass fibre, while the superstructure is in carbon, guaranteeing both light weight and solidity. A glance is sufficient to confirm the characteristic family-feel of the Turkish yard’s motor-yacht range, designed by German Frers and featuring outdoor areas to fully enjoy the surrounding environment. The dipping pool on the foredeck is worthy of note, with private access for the owner directly from his suite; in this area the owner may opt instead for a spacious sunbathing area with breakfast table. The flybridge is almost completely protected by a retractable hardtop.
The yard offers two different versions of the interior design. They feature either four or five cabin layouts, both with a full-beam owner’s suite on the main deck that includes a private terrace overlooking the sea in addition to private access to the dipping pool. The main deck also hosts a spacious salon. Full size sliding glass windows on both sides assure lots of fresh air and the feel of the natural sea breeze when at anchor. The lower deck includes four VIP cabins, the one amidships is full-beam. The garage astern for the tender is very spacious and can be transformed into an authentic beach club. The crew’s quarters are completely separate from the guest area and include two twin cabins, one bathroom and direct access to the engine room.
Sirena 85 is powered by two 1,400hp MAN V12, delivering a top speed of 25 knots and an incredible cruising range of over 2,500miles at 10 knots.