Sirena Yachts expands its fleet with new Sirena 68 flybridge

15 April 2021· Ria Wolstenholme

Turkish builder Sirena Yachts has announced the latest addition to its growing fleet in the form of a 21 metre flybridge model.

Built in GRP to a design by German Frers, the Sirena 68 marks the fifth collaboration between the pair and is set to be unveiled at the Cannes Yachting Festival later this year.

Imagery courtesy of Sirena Yachts

Entering the main saloon, guests are greeted by a dining area and open-galley with a large U-shaped sofa and interior helm station forward. Large windows maximise views while the side decks feature sections cut out of the bulwarks, improving the sightlines for those inside.

Below, a master cabin sits amidships and spans the yacht's near-six metre beam, with hull windows that fill the space with natural light. A twin cabin to port and a double cabin in the forepeak, both en suite, complete the standard accommodation layout with a bunkbed cabin and additional head as an optional extra.

There are a number of customisation options available with three interior colourways designed by Cor D. Rover Design. The ‘Elegance’ colourway contrasts dark woods with lighter soft furnishings, ‘Inspiration’ pairs pale greys with bursts of teal, while ‘Serenity’ features a warm palette of light woods and burnt orange.

Other highlights include a sweep of sunpads and a U-shaped sofa at the bow, accessed via the side decks, and a second al fresco lounge on the flybridge above.

“The Sirena 68 brings together all the qualities that an experienced cruiser would seek in a new yacht,” said Sirena’s Chief Commercial Officer Ali Onger. The yard believes the design for the 68 will allow every guest to “feel welcome”.

Power will come from two Volvo engines delivering a top speed of 29 knots, thanks to a semi-displacement hull form, and a range of 1,200 nautical miles.

The Sirena 68 joins the shipyard’s line up of 18-26 metre motor yachts and plugs the gap between the Sirena 64 and Sirena 88 flagship.