Appearing in a double debut at the upcoming Yachts Miami Beach show Feb. 16-20, 2017, Sirena Yachts’ new Sirena Marine brand will unveil the world debut of the 56-foot yacht along with the U.S. debut of the 64-foot version, earlier appearing at Boot Düsseldorf in January. The yachts both bear the hallmarks of Frers naval architecture and Spadolini Design Studio interiors.
Designed for comfort and livability, the yachts support operations that are 20 percent more efficient than the competition, giving them the nod for long range cruising. With Class A design seaworthiness, the yachts have seen exceptional interest due to their efficient layouts, larger cabins, and spacious feel.
The 64 was the first model, owning a 38-square-meter flybridge, a 52 square meter main deck, and a 24 square meter owner’s suite, with a Jacuzzi and a top speed of 27 knots. The 56, the second yacht from the brand, has shown itself to be a more powerful yacht than its peers, offering even more powerful engines should speed matter. The 56 comes in two deck plans, a dual master cabin version with en suite baths or a three cabin version with a VIP and twin berths.
Founded in 2006 by Kiraca Holding, Sirena entered into an agreement with Azimut-Benetti that has advanced the Turkish brand, which also builds Euphoria and Azuree sailboats. Both yachts will be on display in Miami at Show Space ENT 4; NEW 123-124.