The 30th annual Miami Yacht Show just finished, and Turkish yard Sirena Yachts used this occasion to announce that its flagship project, the Sirena 85, is under construction at its facility in Orhangazi. New 26.7-metre superyacht is a collaboration between the shipyard and designers Frers Naval Architecture and Engineering and Cor D Rover. Frers studio xplained that the Sirena 85 builds on the success of the yard’s current flagship, the Sirena 64, and is actually her evolution with even more space and features.
The modern exterior continues the sleek lines of the previous units with Frers adding its own masculine touches to the profile. The Sirena 85 is being built with a GRP hull and carbon fibre superstructure for a lightweight package. Top speed is estimated at 26 knots thanks to a highly efficient and low resistance hull design.
The interior will be offered in either a four-cabin or a five-cabin layout, with the option for a main deck master suite with a private fold-out balcony direct access and direct access to the foredeck infinity pool.
Interior designer Rover added that the décor was developed around a desire to bring the outdoors indoor.
“Our interior design philosophy is based upon an inseparable link between the inside and the outside of the yacht,” he said.
“Nothing brings nature more into our designs than these large windows. Daylight brightens up the unique, luxurious and comfortable interiors and makes you feel as if you are on board a much larger yacht.”
Other key features on board the Sirena 85 include a transom tender garage, which can be transformed into a beach club, and dining space for all ten guests on the sundeck under the shade of a hardtop Bimini.