Why Sirena Yachts
WITH EYACHTS FOUNDER PETER HRONES
Reasons why Sirena is perfect for Australia and New Zealand
- Hull and exterior – Germán Frers
- Interior – Cor D. Rover and Tommaso Spadolini
- Semi-displacement hull – fuel efficient and fast
- Top speeds – 25-30kts
- Cruising Speeds – 18-20kts
- Very efficient speeds – 10kts
- Carbon hybrid superstructure = Less top heavy and low centre of gravity
- 20% more volume than other boats of this size – spacious saloon, berths and flybridge, perfect for entertaining
“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.” – Says Hrones.
A spectacular luxury motor yacht suited to Australian conditions with plenty of shade and protection from the elements. Able to explore all corners of the world in comfort, safety and low fuel consumption.
The new 68 is built on a hull that marries efficiency and performance seamlessly. The interior is a special kind of intersection where craftsmanship meets utility, elevating every aspect of the space to make it feel welcoming.
A luxury motor yacht that exceeds all expectations. With a cruising range of 2000 nautical miles and width and volume on board that defy her size, the Sirena 88 is a ground zero for the pocket Superyacht concept.
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