The next step in Sirena Marines wildly successful 10-year path, which has already led to the highly acclaimed and award-winning Euphoria and Azuree sailboats, is entering the powerboat market with its new brand, Sirena Yachts. The series is set to compete in -and dominate- the increasingly popular category of modern-classic semi-displacement motor yachts between 56 and 100ft. This new venture builds on Sirena Marines significant experience and know-how as one of the most important yacht manufacturers in the mediterranean (having already built more than 250 motor yachts), as well as its success in sailboats and the automotive sector and its recently expanded 155000 sqm facilities in Bursa, Orhangazi.
The Sirena Yachts product range promises:
- Unparalleled interior and exterior living spaces
- Customizability, with different internal layout options
- Maximum comfort, largest living spaces
- Greater Fuel and water capacity, finally enough for “real” long-range cruises
- Significantly better fuel-consumption efficiency than competition at cruising speeds
- Reliability and seaworthiness. Class A design ensures the boats can perform under any conditions.
The brand has two motor-yacht models as a starting point: Sirena 64 and Sirena 56. Both are the result of the care and meticulous attention to detail of Frers Naval Architecture & Engineering, while the interior designs bear the signature of Spadolini Design Studio.
First presented in Boot Dusseldorf 2017, Sirena 64 is the 20,74-meter first model of the series. German Frers, in charge of her naval architecture exterior design and engineering, emphasizes the customizability and comfort of the design: “There are three optional interior layouts of generous volume for serious world family cruising in great comfort including large glass windows for a good view to the sea and plenty of natural light. The hull design was developed in depth, including testing of three families of models at the Wolfson Unit towing tank facility in Southampton (UK). In addition, seakeeping tests were conducted on a self propelled 1/3 scale model of the hull”. The result is a low-drag hull, capable of planing at high speeds, while being very fuel-efficient (20% better than competition at 12-16 knots) and comfortable at typical cruising speeds and in anchor, with the aid of its gyrostabilizers. Drawing from the companys experience in the automotive sector, the hull is made with a new vinyl ester infusion process, significantly increasing its resistance to the dreaded osmosis blisters and thus ensuring better longevity. Thanks to its 850hp CAT motors the boat can achieve a top speed of up to 27 knots (more powerful motors also offered as an option). At 10 knots cruising speed, her range is up to 1000 miles and the fuel consumption is around 48 liters per hour.
18,68-meter Sirena 56 has the standing of her bigger sister as well. Her construction technology reduces weight and improves construction quality and consistency. Carbon hybrid fabrics were chosen in the design process for improved lightness and strength. Bulkheads are made of sandwich PVC and secondary bonded to the hull with lamination. With its standard 650hp CAT motor configuration, this yacht can achieve a top speed of 29,4 knots. At economy cruising speed she can easily achieve a range of 850 nautical miles. Sirena 56 is also available in two different internal layout options and a more powerful engine configuration can also be arranged.
Since the announcement of the series in the autumn of 2016, Sirena Yachts has been in the spotlight, receiving lots of public and media acclaims. The customizability, unparalleled comfort, efficiency and seaworthiness of these yachts appeal to a variety of audiences around the world. With their revolutionary design, both Sirena 64 and 56 are on track to become favorites worldwide in record time.