Safety and performance in a single yacht. Wide customization opportunities for a design that takes care of every detail in the best possible way.
After debuting at the Cannes Yachting Festival last autumn, Sirena 68 is enjoying considerable success on the international market.
This yacht is marked by the lines of the semi-displacement hull, drawn by German Frers. “Sirena 68 brings together all the qualities that an experienced cruiser would seek in a new yacht, essentially an upgrade in comfort and safety,” stated Ali Onger, Sirena’s Chief Commercial Officer.
“When anyone steps aboard, their eyes rest on a facet or a fabric, an accent or a corner, a hint that lets them know they are welcome in a way that is simultaneously familiar and new.”
“This new model in the Sirena Marine line of yachts is an evolution of the well-proven SY 64,” said the Argentinean designer German Frers, talking about the design and the hull.
“A new general arrangement provides for a larger main deck area, including full-height windows, in combination with a transparent bulwark opening.”
The onboard areas focus on user-friendliness, to ensure the utmost comfort to the guests. The salon welcomes those entering from the aft deck, boasting a dining area and open-conceptgalley.
On the lower deck, the master suite is amidships, to take advantage of the full beam of almost 6 metres. Again, large hull windows let plenty of natural light seep in.
The guest accommodation is completed with a twin guest cabin and a VIP cabin, both with en-suites. On deck, the area has been arranged for sunbathing and relaxation.
There is also an enclosed version of the bridge deck for colder climates, with direct access to the main saloon.
Not forgetting the large flybridge, set up for relaxing and dining under the protective shade of the hardtop.
The first unit is based on light honey-coloured wood and soft semi-gloss lacquer that provide an elegant atmosphere, together with a view.
The second unit includes bold dark wood and anthracite lacquer. The finest white leathers and fabrics result in a contemporary interior. “We are a shipyard, and we never stop building boats, rather like a car assembly line,” said Onger.
“We also customize every yacht as much as possible, to suit the requests of individual customers. Once the interior layout and the décor are decided, it takes around 10 months to finish the boat. Of the multiple yachts Sirena completes each year, no two are exactly the same.”