Sirena Yachts announced that their new flagship Sirena 88 will be officially introduced at the next Cannes Yachting Festival. Plenty of room on board for the owner, thanks to a five-stateroom layout with the master’s suite located on the main deck. Hull design by German Frers and interior styling by Cor D. Rover.
Scheduled to make its official debut at Cannes 2019, the latest work of Sirena Yachts promises to offer good volumes and performances. The new member of the fleet features naval architecture by German Frers and interior design by Cor D. Rover.
The composite hull of the Sirena 88 was fully vacuum infused, using E-glass and vinyl ester resin. This procedure was also applied to the all- carbon-fiber-construction deck and superstructure, which have already been joined to the hull. Work on the interiors is also underway on the main deck as well as areas on the lower deck and the flying bridge.
The design of the Sirena 88 will be characterized by a raised pilothouse and a five-cabin layout, with the master cabin located on the main deck. The main suite will have a seating area to the left and a folding balcony. On the starboard side, there will be a combination of a desk and a dressing table. Forward, the head features windows that curve into the ceiling, a walk-in double shower and a private toilet compartment.
Belowdecks, Sirena 88 features an amidships VIP suite and forward luxury guest cabin with private head, and a pair of en suite double guest staterooms between. A full- beam crew area insulates the guest accommodations from the engine space and provides up to four members with a private sitting room and two cabins.
“The layout is something that we can change to meet a client’s needs,” said Tanil Surmeli, product manager for Sirena Yachts. “We are able to play dramatically with the spaces within the structural confines of this hull. As a semi-custom builder, we are open to their ideas.”
On the main deck, the social area will have a formal dining table with seating for ten, served by a nearby galley. Aft there will be seating with facing U-shaped and straight settees, opening through wide doors on the sheltered aft deck, where there will be another dining area. Down port and starboard stairs will be the swim platform, served by a beach club built into the transom.
The flying bridge will also be a social space in its own right. A bar will serve a formal dining table, while aft groups of settees surround large cocktail tables. A spa hot tub will be nearby to help guests relax even more. The bow social area will be protected from the wind and will provide privacy with high bulwarks, while a swimming pool will be flanked by lounge areas for sunbathing on both sides.
The naval architecture of Sirena 88, designed by German Frers, is characterized by resin infusion construction processes and the generous use of carbon fiber to reduce weight and optimize the vertical and longitudinal centers of gravity. With two 1400 Hp MAN V12 in the engine room, the range is expected to be 2,400 nautical miles at 9 knots.
Sirena Yachts has announced that new details will be released soon. “We have more layout ideas that we will be presenting,” says Surmeli. “The Siren 88 will make its debut at Cannes, but you will also be shown some additional layouts.”
|Length Overall m. (L.O.A.)||26,81|
|Length of Hull m.||23,95|
|Length of Water Line m. (L.W.L.)||23,94|
|Beam Max m.||7,1|
|Displacement (Light Ship)||82 Tonnes|
|Max Speed kn.||25 (with opt. engine)|
|Engines||2x 1400 Hp MAN V12
2x 1550 Hp MAN V12 (opt)
|Range nm.||2400 NM @ 9 knot (with opt. fuel tanks)|
4+2 (8+3) – alternative selection
|Material||GRP hull– Carbon Fiber deck & superstructure|
|Fuel Capacity||11000 lt
16500 lt (opt)
|Fresh Water Capacity||2400 lt|
|Black Water Capacity||1040 lt|
|Grey Water Capacity||1070 lt|
Cor D. Rover
|Certification||CE Category A|