Photography by Jeff Brown/Sirena Yachts
Sirena Yachts unveiled the world premiere of Sirena 64 during Boot Dusseldorf, 21 to 29 January 2017.
The step ahead in Sirena Marine successful path of Azuree and Euphoria sailing yacht production has been entering the motor yacht market with its own all-new brand Sirena Yachts, as announced last September 2016. This yard new production will compete in the modern-classic semi displacement GRP motor yacht market starting from 56 to 100+feet.
The first two models, the 64 and the smaller 56 about to debut in February 2017 in Miami, have been designed by two of the best designers on the international scene: Frers Naval Architecture & Engineering for naval architecture exterior design and engineering and Spadolini Design Studio for interior design.
“For Sirena 64 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,” said German Frers.
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, sea keeping tests were conducted on a self-propelled 1/3 scale model of the hull”.
The result is a pleasant, low drag, canoe-body capable of planning at high speed or cruising in semi-displacement, low fuel consumption mode. The hull stability is well matched to the needs of the gyroscopic stabilizers to insure cruising or anchoring in great comfort.
“All in all I am satisfied to say working with the Sirena Marine Team including the interior designer Tommaso Spadolini we have created an aesthetically attractive motor yacht that will appeal to a great number of mariners and their families,” he said.
The first model of the range is Sirena 64 that, compared to others of similar size, features greater fuel and water capacity together with a 2 x CAT C12.9 – 850Hp that gives higher maximum speed up to 27 knots. The yard will provide the option of more powerful engines as well.
Generally, compared to its main competitors, the semi-displacement hull of Sirena 64 is expected to be approximately 20 percent more efficient in consumption at most expected cruising speed of 16 knots. At 10 knots of economy speed Sirena 64 arrives at a consumption of 48 l/h for a range of around 1,000 nautical miles.
Sirena 64 is characterised by a 38-square-metre flybridge where guests will enjoy the amazing view and sea air. The convertible hardtop allows guests to enjoy the flybridge even during the heat of the day.
Inside, the words roomy, refreshing, light, luminous are key. “The interiors of the boat are integrated with the outside thanks to the panoramic deckhouse windows to the sliding windows on the side entrance, the kitchen and helm area,” said Tommaso Spadolini, who was responsible for interior design. “The owners can adjust interior lighting using LEDs or according to their taste.”
The main features inside are a spacious main deck of around 52-square-metres and large cabins. The owners’ quarter in particular, with around 24-square-metres is the largest suite in the market, both in term of surface area and volume. This model has also an additional fourth WC and a large crew area with direct access to state-of-the art engine room, accessed from the cockpit.