Sirena 68 to Debut at Cannes
German Frers and Cor D. Rover have designed the Sirena 68, which is scheduled to premiere at the Cannes Yachting Festival in September.
Sirena Yachts has revealed its newest model, the Sirena 68, which will make her public debut at the Cannes Yachting Festival (September 7-12) two years after the Turkish builder unveiled its flagship 88 at the show.
The Sirena 68 renews the 88’s design partnership, with Argentine veteran German Frers drawing the exterior and Cor D. Rover handling the interiors. Frers, who has designed all the Sirena models, has created a hull with a large interior and that helps deliver a range of over 1,000nm at 10 knots with twin Volvo Penta engines and consumption at 38 litres per hour.
The expansive flybridge has an open sunbathing area aft, behind an extensive U-shaped galley and bar to starboard. In the middle section is a C-shaped sofa and a dining table to starboard, opposite an L-shaped cabinet. Forward is a twin-seat helm station to starboard beside another C-shaped seating area.
The foredeck offers another large outdoor area, with a sofa and quadruple adjustable sunpads. The aft cockpit is completely sheltered by the flybridge overhang and has a sofa, tables and chairs. The interior’s standard layout incudes an aft galley to port facing a dining area. The large saloon features C-shaped seating to port, aft of the helm station to port and companion seating.
On the lower deck, the full-beam master is midships and features a king-size berth, large hull windows and a full-beam bathroom aft, while the VIP cabin in the bow has an ensuite bathroom to starboard.
Between the two largest cabins is a twin cabin to port, while there are multiple options for the starboard space including a cabin with bunks and a lower lounge. The interior is offered in a variety of colour palettes including Inspiration (light), Serenity (warm) and Elegance (dark).
Ali Onger, Sirena’s Chief Commercial Officer, said: “The Sirena 68 brings together all the qualities that experienced cruisers would seek in a new yacht. It’s essentially an upgrade in comfort and confidence in all areas.
“The vibe of the Sirena 68 starts with the details. When each person steps aboard, their eyes come to rest on a facet or a fabric, an accent or an angle, some hint that lets them know they’re welcome in a way that is somehow simultaneously familiar and new.”
Launched in 2019, the 4.3 MY is the first power model in the Bali range of cruising catamarans built by Catana in southwest France. It reflects the growing market for these spacious boats, as company design engineer Yann Chabaud explained.