Sirena 88 flagship superyacht launched by Turkish Sirena Yachts
The 27m Sirena 88, launched this week, is Sirena Yachts’s biggest project so far.
Turkish shipbuilder Sirena Yachts launched its biggest ever vessel, the 27m flagship superyacht Sirena 88, this week (Tuesday July 23th) in Turkey.
Powered by two 1,550hp MAN V12 engines, the vessel can touch a top speed of 25 knots and, when cruising at nine knots, achieve a range of more than 2,430 nautical miles.
“She is a true expedition-go-anywhere small yacht in comfort and safety on a dynamically stabilised offshore design,” said Sirena. “According to the hull characteristics and design; it is an evolution of her smaller sister, a low resistance, sea kindly hull, that performs efficiently with a minimum of fuel consumption at high and at all speed ranges.”
‘Sea kindly hull’
The vessel features a five-stateroom layout, which can accommodate up to 12 guests with a panoramic owner’s suite on the main deck forward and four guest cabins on the lower deck. The design includes an aft deck that extends the main saloon with a large al fresco dining area, the bridge deck with extra seating, and sky lounge and the sun deck, which includes a bar, a forward-seating area and Jacuzzi aft.
Exterior design is by Frers Naval Architecture and the interior design was handled by Cor D Rover. German Frers said in a statement on the builder’s website: “Our design work is backed by our solid racing and cruising tradition at sea and a clear understanding of enjoyment and peace of mind that life on board yields, which can be taken to a higher level by the beauty and functionality of the design.”
Watch the naming ceremony of Sirena 88 on the video below.
The yacht will make its debut at the Cannes Yachting Festival, which will take place at Cannes Vieux Port and Port Canto from Tuesday September 10th to Sunday September 15th.
Sirena 88 – at a glance
- Length overall: 26.81m
- Length of hull: 26.81m
- Maximum beam: 7.1m
- Draft: 1.80m
- Displacement (light ship): 82t
- Power plant: two 1,550hp MAN V12 engines
- Top speed: 25 knots
- Range cruising at nine knots: over 2,430 nautical miles.