The Sirena 58 Coupé is a model developed based on feedback from yacht owners.
The 58 Coupé has an open floor plan, stretching from the cockpit through the salon to the helm forward and to port. There are optional dual sliding sunroof panels that bring in extra light and fresh air into the salon. Nearly 360 degrees of glass in the superstructure provides ocean views in all directions and clean sightlines for the helmsman.
Designed by Germán Frers, the Sirena 58 Coupé has a semidisplacement hull form with a wave-slicing plumb-bow. She looks modern, rugged and ship-like with a seemingly low profile. Interior design is by Tommaso Spadolini.
The galley is aft with a four-burner cooktop, microwave/convection oven and countertops for meal prep to starboard with refrigerator and freezer drawers across to port. Compared to the standard Sirena 58’s layout, the Coupé’s setup allows for more countertop space. For al fresco meals, the cockpit dining table is shaded by the hardtop’s overhang and an electronically controlled sunshade.
There are three layout options belowdecks: The 58 Coupé’s standard scenario comes with a forepeak VIP stateroom, two twin berths to port and a full-beam master stateroom amidships. There are also options for two master staterooms, and one layout that positions two twin berths alongside the original master stateroom. One of the most interesting options is the bi-level master suite, which has direct access to the foredeck lounge via a private stairway. In each layout, all the staterooms have en suite heads.
Power for the Sirena 58 Coupé is twin 670 hp Volvo Penta D11 diesels or twin 900 hp Volvo Penta D13s. According to Sirena Yachts, the yacht’s best range is approximately 850 nautical miles at 10 knots. The builder says typical cruising speed is 16 knots and top speed is about 26 knots.
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- Length overall: 61’
- Max. beam: 17’7”
- Draft: 4’1”
- Fuel capacity: 950 Gal.
- Freshwater capacity: 210 Gal.