For Sale: Sirena Yachts 64

This three-stateroom, Sirena 64 has a 1,200-nautical-mile range and is asking $2.49 million.
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The Sirena Yachts 64 has a Bahamas-friendly 4-foot, 8-inch draft and a 28-knot top speed. Courtesy Jeff Brown Yachts

An impressive combination of design elements come together aboard the Sirena Yachts 64, that make this motoryacht equally suited for long-distance cruising, weekend sojourns and dayboating with the family. Jeff Brown Yachts has this 2020 Sirena 64 currently listed just shy of $2.5 million.

Twin 1,000 hp Caterpillar C12.9 diesels power this stout motoryacht, with an 83,775-pound displacement, to a reported 28-knot top hop and a 16-knot fast cruise speed. Backing down to an economical cruise speed of 10 knot gives the 68-footer a reported 1,200-nautical-mile range. A Seakeeper 16 helps keep the yacht stable as a table.

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A sunroof on the hardtop allows owners to dial in (or out) sunlight on the forward section of the flybridge. Courtesy Jeff Brown Yachts

“The boat turned hard-over in about a boat length and a half at 14 knots, and cruised ably at both 10 and 16 knots while her engines burned 10 and 34 gph, respectively. With the hammer down, the ­Sirena scooted along at 28 knots while slapping down the seas with aplomb and burning 99 gph. She was, in fact, a very dry boat—even with the winds shooting salt spray into the air—owing to that freeboard and subtle bow flare. With the choppy sea state, I dropped her into neutral to check out the Seakeeper 16 gyrostabilizer, and the yacht stuck in place like a well-tossed dart,” Yachting previously reported.

Exterior spaces on this Sirena 64 are as abundant as they are impressive. Seating in the cockpit includes a transom bench seat and two fixed tables that join in the middle to give the effect of one larger table. Pull up a few chairs and there’s alfresco dining for up to six. High bulwarks and wide side decks create safe passage to and from the foredeck, which was penned for relaxation with a sun pad forward and U-shaped settee with fixed table.

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Guests can take their pick between the foredeck’s forward sun pad–or stargazing pad–and the U-shaped dinette abaft. Courtesy Jeff Brown Yachts

This Sirena 64’s flybridge has several entertainment areas. Forward and to starboard is a lounge pad, directly across from the dual-seat helm station. A U-shaped dinette abaft the lounge pad offers alfresco dining with views and as much shade or sunshine as guests desire thanks to the hardtop’s sunroof over the front section of the flybridge. The after section of the flybridge is a blank slate for owners, add a few lounge chairs for an additional sunbathing area.

The interior on this 68-footer has an open, modern and warm interior, aided by low-profile furnishings, a lack of bulkheads, neutral tones and natural light from nearly 360 degrees of glass. Stepping into the salon via sliding glass doors, guests are greeted by L-shaped settees flanking the space. A flat-screen TV is hidden behind the settee to port.

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Elongated windows enhance the sense of space in the Sirena 64’s interior. Courtesy Jeff Brown Yachts

The galley is forward and to port, amidships, with a formal dining area directly to starboard. The galley has enough provision stowage for an extended cruise, Corian countertops, a stainless-steel sink and an array of Miele appliances, including a refrigerator and freezer, a four-burner cooktop with stainless-steel pan holder, an oven, an extraction hood and a dishwasher.

When it’s time for bed, three staterooms are belowdecks. The full-beam, amidships master stateroom has a king berth with en suite head, while the forepeak VIP has a centerline queen berth with en suite head. The final guest stateroom, also en suite, has single berths.

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The full-beam master stateroom is amidships with an en suite head. Courtesy Jeff Brown Yachts

Some other notable features on board include:

  • Garmin Platinum Package
  • Garmin 7410 10-inch chart plotter at crew cabin
  • Garmin AIS600 Transceiver
  • Garmin GC10 CCTV camera in engine room and aft flybridge
  • KVH SAT TV system TracVision TV6

Where is the Sirena 64 located? The yacht is currently lying in San Diego, California.  

Take the next step: Contact the listing agent, Ryan Anderson,, 619-708-8603,

Quick Specifications

  • Length Overall: 68′
  • Maximum Beam: 19’3″
  • Fuel Capacity: 1,300 Gal.
  • Draft: 4’8″