Sirena Yachts in Turkey, which entered into a joint venture with Azimut-Benetti in 2008, is planning two yacht debuts at Yachts Miami Beach in February. The Sirena 64 will make her U.S. debut, and the Sirena 56 will make her world debut.
The Sirena 64 is the largest model in the builder’s range and will make her world premiere at Boot Dusseldorf in January. She has a top speed of 27 knots, according to the builder, and can go even faster if owners spec more powerful engines (details are pending). Her flybridge is more than 400 square feet, and the owner’s stateroom is more than 250 square feet.
The Sirena 56, whose full specs are also yet to come, is being advertised as “more powerful than its direct competitors and equipped with updated engines to guarantee power, safety and excellent performance.” Long-range cruising: Both the Sirena 64 and Sirena 56 have fuel-burn rates that Sirena Yachts says are 20 percent more efficient than other yachts in each range.