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Miami18: Sirena enters large yacht sector with 85-footer under construction

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Turkish builder Sirena Yachts unveiled details for its Sirena 85, a 26m yacht already under construction, at the Miami Yacht Show this weekend. The yacht marks the shipyard’s entry into the superyacht market.

Frers Naval Architecture & Engineering designed the yacht and the Dutch studio Cor D Rover designed the interior.

The yacht has a fiberglass hull and a carbon fiber superstructure. Its cruising range is expected to be more than 2,500 miles at 10 knots. It is expected to hit top speeds of 25 knots by two 1,400 hp MAN V12.

The yard offers two different versions of the interiors designed by Cor D Rover, with either four or five cabins, both with a full-beam owner’s suite on the main deck that includes a private terrace overlooking the sea in addition to private access to the dipping pool.

The crew’s quarters are separate from the guest area and include two twin cabins, one  bathroom and direct access to the engine room.

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