Turkish yard Sirena Yachts is preparing to present its freshly launched flagship superyacht at this year’s Cannes Yachting Festival.
Built from a GRP hull and carbon fibre superstructure, the 27 metre semi-displacement Sirena 88 hit the water for the first time in July.
The yacht boasts a timeless design penned by Frers Naval Architecture which prioritises space, privacy, quiet cruising, range, speed and style.
Large main deck windows connect the yacht to the outside world and add a brightness to the interior, which was designed by Cor D Rover.
Rover previously told BOAT International: “Daylight brightens up the unique, luxurious and comfortable interiors and makes you feel as if you are on board a much larger yacht.”
Indeed, numerous superyacht features can be found on board, including a transom tender garage that can be transformed into a beach club and a spa pool at the foredeck.
Down below, the Sirena 88 boasts more interior space than many similar sized yachts, with the full beam VIP and main deck master cabins making the most of the yacht’s 7.1 metre beam.
The five stateroom layout, which can be altered to suit the wishes of the owner, makes the Sirena 88 the perfect social boat for entertaining families and friends while allowing guests to remain private.
The main deck master includes a private sitting area and foldout balcony while the rest of the guest accommodation on the lower deck is insulated from the engine room by the full beam crew area, guaranteeing a private and quiet cruising experience.
The Sirena 88 is powered by a pair of 1,550hp MAN V12 engines for a top speed of 25 knots and an impressive range of 2,400 nautical miles at nine knots.
For more information about the Sirena 88, click here, or visit the yacht during its debut at the upcoming Cannes Yachting Festival from 10 – 15 September.