€11.55 million price reduction on superyacht Siren at Burgess

10 November 2010 • Written by Malcolm MacLean

Caroline Walters at Burgess sends news of a massive €11.55 million cut in price on the 73.5m motor yacht Siren, effective immediately.

Launched by Nobiskrug in 2008, Siren has a stunningly streamlined exterior profile by Newcruise Design with a thoroughly contemporary interior providing accommodation for 12 guests in an owner's suite, a VIP cabin and four double/twin guest cabins.

This superyacht's versatile and extensive upper deck areas include an indoor/outdoor deck bar, Jacuzzi and open-air cinema. Siren is equally impressive in performance with a powerful maximum speed of 17.5 knots and a cruising speed of 15 knots. She is equipped with Quantum zero speed stabilisers and carries a full range of tenders, toys and watersports equipment.

Siren was the winner in the Best Displacement Motor Yacht 60-84m category at the World Superyacht Awards in 2009. She also won the best interior design for motor yachts over 60 metres at the Showboats Awards in 2009. Now this pedigree, award winning superyacht sees her price reduced from €75 million to €63.45 million.

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