After having announced the move to expand their range to include superyachts early last year, Sirena Yachts has released more details about the first hull of the 26.81-metre yacht Sirena 88 which is currently under construction at their facility in Turkey. Now with the hull, deck and superstructure joined, the new Sirena 88 is on track to appear at the Cannes Yachting Festival 2019, where the naval architecture by German Frers and interior design by Cor D. Rover will be on show for the first time. Photo: Sirena MarineThe composite hull, carbon fibre construction deck and superstructure were vacuum infused using E-glass and vinyl ester resin. Construction has also begun to fit the main-deck, lower deck and flybridge interior and furniture. With a raised pilothouse design and large interior volumes, the Sirena 88 will be able to accommodate guests across a five-stateroom layout with a main-deck master. The master suite features a seating area with a foldout balcony, desk and dressing table, curved windows that also serve as skylights and walk-in double shower. Further below, a VIP suite and three double staterooms can be found all with en-suite bathrooms. Up to four crew are housed in a full-beam crew area in between the guest accommodation and the engine room.Photo: Sirena Marine
Photo: Sirena MarineThe interior layout also includes a large formal dining area on the main-deck connected to the galley. This area also has access to the sheltered aft deck, where another dining area stretches across the transom and connects to the stairs down to the swim platform and beach club. On the flybridge, guests can be served at the bar and dining area or in the whirlpool spa tub. The foredeck is protected by high bulwarks and features a dipping pool surrounded by sun pads.Photo: Sirena Marine
Photo: Sirena Marine
“The layout is something that we can change to meet a client’s needs,” says Tanil Surmeli, product manager for Sirena Yachts. “We are able to play with the spaces within the structural confines of this hull. As a semi-custom builder, we are open to ideas.”
“We have some additional layout ideas that we are going to introduce,” Surmeli added. “The Sirena 88 will make her debut at Cannes and some additional layouts will also be shown there.”
Powered by twin 1,550 hp MAN engines, the Sirena 88 is expected to have a range of 2,430 nautical miles when travelling at 9 knots, which will be tested once she is launched during the month of June 2019.