Sirena Yachts have debuted the 26.81-metre Sirena 88 at the 2019 Cannes Yachting Festival as the new evolution of the Sirena 58 and 64 and the Turkish shipyard’s largest yacht to date.Photo: Jeff Brown / Jeff BrownPhoto: Jeff Brown / Jeff BrownThe Sirena 88 boasts advanced naval architecture by German Frers, who has used high-tech resin infusion construction and generous use of carbon fibre for reduced weight and optimised centres of gravity. German Frers also was responsible for the exterior design, commenting that “the exterior lines talk of a practical, rugged, seagoing expedition vessels with generous interior light and sea views from the interior, ample deck spaces and corridors.”Photo: Jeff Brown / Jeff BrownPhoto: Jeff Brown / Jeff BrownThe vessel’s interior design comes from the drawing boards of Cor D. Rover and includes luxurious fabrics and soft carpets in natural tones with accents of bright colours. “Combined with the stainless steel detailing, reflective surfaces and off-white, hand-stitched leather, the grey oak in the design gives the interior a high-quality, contemporary look without being cold,” says the Dutch designer. “Comfort, style and attention to detail are achieved with excellence and craftsmanship behind the design elements.”Photo: Jeff Brown / Jeff BrownPhoto: Jeff Brown / Jeff BrownThe standard layout of this superyacht features five staterooms for up to 10 guests. These are comprised of the owner’s full-beam stateroom on the forward main deck, two VIP suites on the lower deck, and two guest staterooms. Four crew members can also be housed in two cabins.Photo: Jeff Brown / Jeff BrownPhoto: Jeff Brown / Jeff Brown“One of the most innovative features is surely the direct access from the master stateroom to the private foredeck dipping pool and sunbathing area,” says Cor D. Rover. The main deck features a large formal dining table with seating for 10, and also has settees and another dining area. The new superyacht also boasts a swim platform with a beach club built into the transom. The flybridge is a social space featuring a bar, with an additional formal dining area, cocktail tables and whirlpool spa tub. The foredeck is protected from the wind and ensures privacy with high bulwarks, while a dipping pool is surrounded by sunpads.Photo: Jeff Brown / Jeff BrownPhoto: Jeff Brown / Jeff Brown
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