The Cannes Yachting Festival 2017 features the European debut of the Sirena 56 and for the first time the Sirena 64 was visible on the water. After the successful debut of Sirena 64 at Boot Dusseldorf and the exciting world premier of the Sirena 56 at Yachts Miami Beach – the 2017 boat shows season sees Sirena Yachts still in the spotlight with its two new models in Cannes.
The Sirena 64 and Sirena 56 were designed by two of the best designers on the international scene: Frers Naval Architecture & Engineering for naval architecture, exterior design and engineering, and Spadolini Design Studio for the interior design.
The key facts of the new range are:
• Unparalleled exterior and interior spaces and comfortable livability
• Fuel and water capacity designed to offer truly long range cruising
• Fuel consumption efficiency (20% more efficient than direct competitors)
• The Class A design gives excellent seaworthiness in all sea conditions and the efficient hull guarantees a high maximum speed
After the successful world debut during the recent 2017 Yachts Miami Beach boat show, the secondborn Sirena yacht arrived in Europe. Sirena 56 – following the successful example of its bigger sister the Sirena 64 – is more powerful than its direct competitors and equipped with updated engines to guarantee power, safety and excellent performance. It features spacious exterior surface areas to fully enjoy the natural environment and bigger internal spaces regarding both the cabins and the saloon.
The Sirena 56 is available with two different interior layouts: the 2 cabin version, incorporating two spacious master cabins with individual en-suite facilities; the 3 cabin version with a VIP cabin and twin berth layout, all with en-suite facilities.
The hull form has been developed for dual mode navigation, which gives long range capability for extended passage making. The flybridge arrangement offers comfortable, yet innovative, sunbathing areas, designed with meticulous attention to detail, using hand-crafted finishing.