Sirena Yachts sets boat debuts at Yachts Miami Beach

The Sirena 56 will make its world debut and the Sirena 64 will make its U.S. debut at the Feb. 16-20 Yachts Miami Beach.
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The Sirena 64 will make its European debut in January at Boot Dusseldorf in Germany and its U.S. debut at Yachts Miami Beach in February.

The Sirena 64 will make its European debut in January at Boot Dusseldorf in Germany and its U.S. debut in February at Yachts Miami Beach.

Sirena Yachts said the Sirena 56 will make its world debut and the Sirena 64 will make its U.S. debut at the Feb. 16-20 Yachts Miami Beach.

Sirena said the two models were designed by Frers Naval Architecture & Engineering (for naval architecture, exterior design and engineering) and the Spadolini Design Studio (for interior design).

Sirena said the fuel and water capacity of the new yachts is designed to offer long-range cruises and their Class A design provides high seaworthiness at all sea conditions and

The Sirena 56 will have its world debut in February at Yachts Miami Beach.

The Sirena 56 will have its world debut in February at Yachts Miami Beach.

their efficient hull guarantees a high maximum speed.

The builder said the Sirena 64 will make its European debut at the Jan. 21-29 Boot Dusseldorf in Germany. Compared with other yachts of similar size, the 64 will feature greater fuel and water capacity, more powerful engines and a higher maximum speed of as much as 27 knots, Sirena said.

The Sirena 64 will have a 38-square-meter (409-square-foot) flybridge, a main deck of about 52 square meters (559 square feet) and larger cabins in the category — the owner’s quarters will be about 24 square meters (258 square feet).

The builder said the Sirena 56 will be more powerful than its direct competitors and equipped with updated engines to guarantee power, safety and excellent performance.

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