Turkish builder Sirena Yachts unveiled their latest motor yacht project during last week’s Miami International Boat Show where it was announced that a new 26.7-metre superyacht is currently in build at its facility in Orhangazi. The project is a collaboration between the shipyard and designers Frers Naval Architecture and Engineering and Cor D Rover. The new model is an evolution of the already successful 56 and 64 models the shipyard has on offer, now with even more space and features. The modern exterior continues the sleek lines of the previous units with Frers adding its own masculine touches to the profile. The Sirena 85 is being built with a GRP hull and carbon fibre superstructure for a lightweight package.Top speed is estimated at 26 knots thanks to a highly efficient and low resistance hull design. New for Sirena is the pool on the foredeck, putting the 85 in an elite class of 85-footers with such a feature.
Space in the stern garage has been optimised for a beach club setup which can be arranged by the yacht’s crew once the tender has been launched via the lowering swim platform.
The master suite comes with its own folding balcony as well as a forward-facing sliding door that gives the owner instant access to the pool on the foredeck. The interior comes with a four or five-cabin layout with a full-beam VIP suite aft that can be built as two separate guest cabins.
Fitted with two MAN 1,400 hp engines, the Sirena 85 can cover 2,500 nm at 10 knots.
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