Turkish company Sirena Yacht presented a laconic express-design of the yacht at a boat show in Miami.
The new Sirena 58 Coupe was designed by order of an American yachtsman. The Argentinean naval architect Herman Frers worked on the design, and the Spadolini studio worked on the interior. The ship is distinguished by the spaciousness and functionality of the boat for the collaboration. The upper deck can be opened or closed with a hardtop and glazing. Here are the main wheelhouse, deck chairs and a table. You can cook and sit at the dining table on the main deck. An additional control point is located next to the living room. The deck cabin is a single space that is naturally lit through panoramic windows. Stairs are going down from the command bridge to the cabins. Designers developed three options for placing berths: 3 cabins of different layouts at the discretion of the owner. Each room has a bathroom. A space for the crew is also provided. A low platform was designed in the stern of the yacht which provides a convenient landing from the tender, and you can dive from it, during a boat trip.
Herman Frers designed the 19-meter yacht with a sheer bow and a small displacement. Sirena 58 equipped with two main engines with 650 HP and two additional 850 HP. As a result, the boat can reach a maximum speed of 30 nautical miles per hour, in economy mode with 10 knots with a range of 850 miles.
“Sirena 58 is capable of exploring all corners of the world ... with low fuel consumption,” Herman Frers.
The yacht is designed for lovers of boat trips who prefer comfort without frills.