05 July 2022
Sirena Yachts’ new 78 will offer distinctive features that set her apart from her competition. She is designed to be a do-it-all cruiser that excels as well as an entertainment platform on longer-range voyages.
The yacht will feature unique interior layout options by C D. Rover Design, with choice abound for exteriors too, completed by Frers Design. In particular, the option of two saloons based on the owner’s choice.
The Sirena 78 has myriad points of attraction from a design standpoint that should attract a wide range of buyers.
Her flybridge is available either in open, semi-enclosed or fully enclosed formats. Each of the latter iterations benefit from super-sized windows that let in natural light and allow for excellent views.
Sirena decided to offer these options as their clients tend to boat in a variety of locales with differing climates.
The 78 will be absent of a main-deck helm station, which opens up the space for entertaining.
The amount of space the removal of the helm offers means that guests aboard the Sirena 78 will have plenty of room to relax and socialise on the main deck.
The centrepiece on the main deck’s interior will be a large galley with an enormous island, which provides plenty of counter space that makes food prep easy. A deep sink, extra stowage and full-size appliances round out the galley.
Sirena’s new 78 will also have a revolutionary loose-furniture concept. Pieces of furniture, such as settees and ottomans, can be arranged nearly anywhere the owner desires. Therefore, the layout of the boat is ever-changing and customisable.
Down below, a full-beam, amidships master cabin with a private bath and dressing area is dedicated to the owner. A forepeak VIP ensuite benefits from large windows that let passengers watch the water peel away from the hull as the yacht is underway.
Lastly, the 78 will have a unique foredeck area that is assured to be a favourite with anyone on board. The key element on this deck is a large sun pad flanked by tables to port and starboard accompanied by L-shaped settees.
The overall effect of this setup is a true alfresco lounge – one which will be a hit wherever this capable cruiser may roam.
The Sirena 78 falls in size right in the middle of the builder’s line-up and is in a sweet spot for owner-operators and those who would prefer a crew.
She exemplifies her Turkish builder’s passion for the sea and benefits greatly from Sirena’s construction expertise and design innovation. The Sirena 75 will debut at the 2022 Cannes Yachting Festival, from 6 to 11 September.