Yacht enthusiasts at the boat shows in Miami this past February saw the U.S. debut of the first motoryachts by Sirena Marine, longtime builder of sailing yachts in Turkey. The entry-level model was the Sirena 56; her big sister was the yacht in the photo above, the Sirena 64.
Frers Naval Architecture & Engineering handled exterior design while Design Studio Spadolini did the interiors.
The builder says the Sirena 64 is 20 percent more fuel efficient than competing models at her cruising speed of 16 knots. At an eco-friendly speed of 10 knots, the yacht has a reported fuel consumption of less than 13 gph and a range of about 1,000 nautical miles.
Three interior layouts are available, each with a nearly 260-square-foot master stateroom that Sirena Marine says includes a full-beam head and is the largest in this yacht’s class.