Constructed with a GRP hull and carbon fibre superstructure, the yacht was delivered in 2020 by Turkish yard Sirena Yachts as a Sirena 88 model. Her modern exterior was penned by German Frers, while interiors by Cor D. Rover Design offer accommodation for up to 10 guests in five cabins.
A multi-purpose flybridge hosts a dining table, bar and lounge area. The 55 square metre area is completely open-air with the benefit of an ultra- lightweight carbon-fibre hardtop that provides shade during the day. It also features a teak-panelled spa pool flanked by free-standing chairs.
Below, an aft deck promises al fresco dining for up to eight guests while the foredeck offers a mosaic-lined dip pool with a curved glass front wall. When night descends, a party atmosphere can be evoked by pop-up side lighting.
Inside, the accommodation is split between guest cabins on the lower deck and the full-beam master cabin on the main deck.
The main saloon flaunts off-white leather panelling contrasted by grey oak, creating a warm and contemporary look. Forward, two sofas face each other alongside a dedicated armchair and coffee table. Aft, Moanna II’s formal dining table hosts up to 10 guests with direct access from the fully equipped galley.
Twin MAN V12-1550 diesel engines power the yacht to a top speed of 25 knots and a range of 2,500 nautical miles at a range speed of 10 knots.
Moanna II was asking €4,750,000.