Sirena Yachts has sold its sixth Sirena 88 after the 26.81m model, the largest in the Sirena range, was first presented at the 2019 Cannes Yachting Festival. The company had sold five by March this year.
With naval architecture by German Frers and interior design by Cor D. Rover, it is the third unit in the Turkish brand’s flagship line to be acquired by an American customer.
“The list of special requests and custom features that we’re implementing on this yacht is impressive, which reflects both our determination to meet our customers’ needs but also the flexibility of this particular model,” says Constantinos Constantinou, Sirena’s Director of North American Sales.
The yacht will feature the Sirena 88’s five cabin layout with four cabins on the lower deck and a master suite on the main deck forward.
On the private foredeck (with direct access from main deck master suite) the standard plunge pool has been upgraded to also function as a Jacuzzi.
Upgraded MAN engines (1800 hp vs standard 1550 hp) and generators (40kW each vs standard 35kW) will be installed. As the owner intends cruising extensively aboard his yacht, he specifically requested that the yacht be fitted with both Humphree zero-speed stabiliser fins with interceptors and a Seakeeper gyro stabilizer as well, simply because he wanted two independent systems to provide complete redundancy should the need arise.
“We’re thrilled by the way the 88 has been received, which reflects the trend among owners seeking superyacht features in a more manageable size of yacht,” says Constantinou. “The Sirena 88 offers the kind of volumes you would commonly find on a 100-footer or bigger. In actual fact, we are the only builders in this size range who can offer a twin-level master stateroom without sacrificing the 5-cabin layout. No one else has managed that and you really have to go up to 120+ feet to find anything similar.”