Sirena 56 was designed by two of the world’s most important designers: Frers Naval Architecture & Engineering studio was responsible for hull form and exterior lines, while the Spadolini Design Studiocreated the interiors.
The key facts of the new range are:
- unparalleled exterior and interior spaces and comfortable livability
- fuel and water capacity designed to really offer Long Range
-consumption efficiency (20% more efficient than direct competitors)
-Class A design gives high seaworthiness at all sea conditions and efficient hull guarantees high max speed
ABOUT THE HULL
The new Sirena Yachts 56” -says German Frers -
“is the latest model to complement the Sirena Yachts range. The Sirena 56 is the smaller of a projected line
of five motor yachts planned for the near future by Sirena Yachts.
As with her predecessor, the Sirena 64, she benefits from the development of a hull underbody that is efficient, and incorporates the best performance at a wide range of
Froude numbers, in either displacement mode or up to planning conditions. Cruising in comfort and safety with low fuel consumption will enable her owners to explore all
corners of the globe.
Construction is high quality, utilizing resin infusion for best fibre to resin content results. The scantlings
and hull reinforcements have been manufactured in
compliance with ISO 12215 requirements.
The resulting hull has 35% more speed when compared to a traditional hull when driven with the same engines, and is also able to hold a constant speed with considerable savings in fuel consumption.”
Sirena 56 is characterized by a spacious 27.5 square meter flybridge, much larger than its direct competitors, offering an incredible view of the sea from the large sun
bathing area. The convertible hardtop lets you enjoy the flybridge even under the midday sun.
The cockpit is sheltered by the flybridge’s structure, an ideal place to relax with a cocktail or light lunch. Two stairways give easy access to the wide stern platform, a
true private beach. Forward is a spacious area dedicated to pure relaxation with its vast sun bathing area, completely sheltered even when underway.
Aesthetically she is distinctive in appearance”
-continues German Frers -“showing the strong purposeful character of an expedition yacht, incorporating full headroom throughout, large uncluttered deck areas, and expansive window surfaces,
complemented by a fly bridge which is larger than that normally encountered on a motor yacht of this size.”
The first Sirena 56” –says Tommaso Spadolini in charge of the interior design -“will have a two cabin interior layout. This version guarantees significant interior volumes,
with a 16 sqm stern cabin and an almost 20 sqm forward cabin. The latter has, as well, direct access to the large living area; a design solution usually only found on
much larger yachts. In the day area the close attention we paid to ergonomics and use of the available space is also evident; here the simple closure of the dining table
creates two separate areas -a further guarantee of increased privacy. «Having the galley located near the stern is perfect for setting the table in the cockpit
thanks to the complete absence of steps, creating a single spacious area for both indoor and outdoor living.
The Sirena 56 also offers a second interior layout possibility with a three cabin version. Aft the payout is the same, while forward we find the VIP cabin and another
cabin with twin beds and two bathrooms. The third bathroom has a double entry for day guest use.
With the huge lateral windows running full length without interruption and another window on the cabin-top, an impressive amount of natural light permeates the
interiors, bringing out the best of the contrasting colors of the oak and wengé.
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