*The Sirena 68 incorporates an innovative German Frers hull design, allowing displacement speeds for extended cruising and better range
*Numerous accommodations layouts available and a wide array of customization options in terms of color palettes
*World debut set for Cannes Yachting Festival 2021
Sirena Yachts has announced an all-new addition to its fleet, the Sirena 68. She will make her world debut at the 2021 Cannes Yachting Festival.
According to Sirena Yachts, the 68 was conceived from previous and current client requests.
The hull shape encapsulates a cavernous volume of space, allowing everyone on board to spread out in comfort, but not feel isolated.
A German Frers hull design
Like all Sirenas, the 68 incorporates an innovative German Frers hull design, which delivers broader range by allowing displacement speeds for extended cruising.
The salon is said to be expansive, with large panes of glass a dedicated dining area and an open-concept galley. On the lower deck, a full-beam master stateroom is amidships, featuring a king-size berth and a "floating" sensation provided by an inventive lighting design in addition to the large hull-side windows.
Here's a first look at the official renderings and deck plans.