Siran relaunched after refit at Feadship

Siran launched after nine month refit at Feadship

70 metre Siran has been relaunched by Feadship after a nine month refit at the shipyard in Makkum.

Siran was originally launched in 1991 as the seventh Feadship to be designed by John Bannenberg. The owners then returned to Feadship in 2005 to have Siran extended to 70 metres in length. The sun deck was also given a new superstructure in order to accommodate a gym and an entertainment room.

In Siran‘s latest refit, the sun deck’s superstructure has been adapted to provide better cover. Its composite roofing structure has been extended by around 2.5 metres supported by aluminium side walls with pivoting glass windbreak panels in the same style as the existing sun deck side windows. Some paintwork has also been completed on the hull, two crew cabins have been rearranged, and the propellers have been upgraded to create less noise.

Name: Siran

Builder: Feadship
Length: 67.01m / 219′ 10″

Exterior: Tim Heywood, Jon Bannenberg
Interior: Jon Bannenberg
Naval Architect: Frits De Voogt
Classification: LR

Beam (max): 10.3m / 33′ 9″
Draught: 3.42m / 11′ 2″
Max speed: 16 knots
Propulsion: 2x Caterpillar 2516
Hull: steel
Superstructure: aluminium