Sirena Yachts Set to Release Biggest Yacht Yet

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Sirena Yachts has launched its new flagship model, the Sirena 88. At 26.8m, it is the largest yacht ever built by the Turkish yard. The Sirena 88 is due to debut later this year at the Cannes Yachting Festival.

“This bigger model means we now play in a new category and I’m sure we are now ready for this,” says CEO Ipek Kirac. “Over 400 boats (410 to date) that we have produced so far are now cruising all over the world, and they keep receiving huge acclaim.”

The Sirena 88 has naval architecture by German Frers and a Cor D Rover interior. The composite hull was fully vacuum infused, using E-glass and vinylester resin. The all-carbon fibre construction deck and super structure were also vacuum-infused, and the hull, deck and superstructure have been joined. The furniture is now being fitted on the main-deck interior as well as areas on the lower deck and the flybridge.

The Sirena 88 has generous volume for a raised pilothouse design and will feature a five-stateroom layout with a main-deck master with panoramic views. The master suite will have a sitting area to port along with a fold out balcony. To starboard will be a combination desk and dressing table. Forward, the head features distinctive windows that curve into the overhead to serve as skylights along with a walk-in double shower and private toilet compartment.

The layout belowdecks features an amidships VIP suite and forward luxury guest cabin with private head and a pair of en-suite double guest staterooms between. A full-beam crew area insulates the guest accommodations from the engine space, and provides up to four crew with a private sitting room and two cabins.

“The layout is something that we can change to meet a client’s needs,” says Tanil Surmeli, product manager for Sirena Yachts. “We are able to play dramatically with the spaces within the structural confines of this hull. As a semi-custom builder, we are open to their ideas.” See the Sirena 88 Trailer below and look for more photos in the fall as it debuts.

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