Sirena 58

Perfect Balance Between Form and Function

When the Eyachts team visited the factory and walked onboard the Sirena 58 we knew this was luxury motor yacht perfect for the Australian market…

It all starts with the hull, with a sailor’s philosophy, I knew this modern, semi displacement hull and cutting bow were built for reliability and performance. For Australia, the carbon superstructure and T-Top, vertical windows and ample shade are perfect for sun protection, plus with the hydraulic platform as standard it couldn’t be easier to jump in the ocean and cool off.

The 58 feels like a 65 footer, I was instantly attracted to the awesome bow area, massive cockpit and flybridge all with plenty of seating for entertaining. Walking inside the interior layout is simple and works. Full beam owners cabin plus another two good size cabins and two ensuites just concludes that yes, this is a boat that has got the worlds best and most renowned boat designers for both the exterior and the interior, German Frers, Cor D.Rover and Tommaso Spadolin. Sirena fits perfectly in Eyachts exclusive designer portfolio and we cannot wait to introduce these yachts to the Australian and New Zealand market“.

Eyachts Managing Director, Peter Hrones.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SIRENA 58 benefits from the development of its efficient hull underbody, and having the best performance at a wide range of Froude numbers, from displacement mode up to planning condition. She is able to explore all corners of the world, cruising in comfort and safety with low fuel consumption.The volume inside is quite ample for a yacht of her size. The joinery work built of high quality woods and fabrics, offers variety of options regarding its interior layout to maximize the joy of life at the sea according to every individual’s needs.

Hull & Exterior Designer, Germán Frers

Timeless classic is the ideal description of Spadolini style. Clean, sober and essential lines that create a design that is both classic and modern; harmonious and balanced designs that never grow old.

In Tommaso’s words: “To define the design of a yacht in a word: “the only lines are the essential lines.”

Interior Designer, Tommaso Spadolini

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sirena 58 Specifications

Max Length

18,68 m

61'

Beam

5,36 m

17’7”

Draft

1,24 m

4’ 1”

Max Speed

27-30 kts

 

Loaded Displacement

34.5t (with 2x CAT C8.7)

36t (with 2 x CAT C12.9)

Berths6 standard + 1 (optional crew)
Heads3 + 1 (optional crew)
Fuel Capacity:3600 lts
Fresh Water Capacity:770 lts
Holding Tank Capacity450 lts
Range @ 10kts850NM
Building materialGRP/ Hybrid fiber
Hull typeSemi displacement
Exterior styling & concept/ Hull DesignFrers Naval Architecture & Engineering
Interior decorDesign Studio Spadolini

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Technology meets craftsmanship

Germán Frers’ ground breaking hull design, created by using extensive tank testing to deliver the best performance in her class.

Higher strength and stability Hybrid Carbon superstructure with lower weight resulting in increased volume. 

Advanced engineering that doesn’t compromise the sleek look and feel. 

The sculptured lines convey her high quality and refined style where enjoyment is not only visual, but also functional. 

EXTERIOR

INTRICATE INTERIORS

The SIRENA 58 has a three lower deck layout. All versions guarantee significant interior volumes. The forward master cabin optional layout offers an access to the large foredeck area that is a design solution usually found on much larger yachts. 

In the day area, Spadolini paid closest attention to ergonomics and use of the available space; which is also evident; where the simple closure of the dining table creates two seperate areas – a further guarantee of increased privacy. 

Having the gallery located near the stern is a perfect design for setting the table in the cockpit thanks to the complete absence of steps – creating a single spacious area for both indoor and outdoor living. 

With the huge lateral windows running full length without interruption and another window on the cabin- top, an impressive amoiunt of natural light permeates the interiors, bringing out the best of the contrasting colours of the oak and wengé.

 

INTERIOR