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2018 Sirena 56

2018 Sirena 56

Unparalleled exterior and interior spaces and comfortable livability

This new model, it is the second to be launched after the Sirena 64 who draw very positive comments and achieved great success at the 2017 Dusseldorf Yacht Show. She is the smaller of a projected line of five motor yacht planned for the near future by Sirena Yachts.

Like her predecessor the 64, she benefited from the development of the hull underbody intended to be efficient and to have the best performance at a wide range of Froude numbers, from displacement mode up to planning condition. She will be able to go to all corners of the world, cruising in comfort and safety with low fuel consumption.

The construction it is done using resin infusion for best fiber to resin content. The scant links and hull reinforcements have been planned to comply with ISO 12215 requirements.

Aesthetically she shows the strong purposeful character of an expedition yacht having full headroom throughout, large uncluttered deck areas, large glass window surfaces and a fly bridge which it is larger than the norm.

The volume inside it very ample for a yacht of her size. The joinery work built out of high quality woods and fabrics, offers several options available regarding interior layout to maximize the enjoyment of life at sea according to each individual needs.

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2017 Sirena 64

2017 Sirena 64

Go Further, Go Faster.

Back in 2014, Sirena Marine set out to produce a line of five different size motor yachts ranging in size from 56 foot to 120 foot. These models promised ample distribution of open spaces suitable for endless enjoyment to go with a generous fly bridge, and large fore and aft sitting areas. And, they are customizable too. For the 64, the first model of the line to be launched, there are three optional interior layouts of generous volume for serious world cruising in great comfort with the family, including large glass windows for a good view of the sea and plenty of natural light. The hull design was precariously developed, including and included the testing of three models at the Wolfson Unit towing tank facility in Southampton. In addition, sea keeping tests were conducted on a self-propelled 1/3 scale model of the hull.

The result; in the end, it is a pleasant vessel that is capable of cruising at high speed or sailing along with the breeze in low fuel consumption mode. The hull stability is well matched to the needs of the gyroscopic stabilizers to insure that both cruising and anchoring offer great comfort. Check out our review below to leawrn a little more about the new 64.

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