Spectacular SIRENA 58 from 2019, very solid and robust boat with shaft drives propulsion.
Delivered in 2019, she travelled all the way from Turkey to Spain and made a season around Balearics.
All the little issues of the new build were resolved and she's now better than new. Full time crew all year round, she's being maintained in perfect condition all the time.
Designed by German Frers, SIRENA 58 is the smallest of a projected line of five motor yachts planned for the near future by SIRENA Yachts.
Like her predecessor, SIRENA 58 benefits from the development of its efficient hull underbody, and having the best performance at a wide range of Froude numbers, from displacement mode up to planning condition. She is able to explore all corners of the world, cruising in comfort and safety with low fuel consumption.
The construction is done using resin infusion for best fiber to resin content. The scant links and hull reinforcements have been planned to comply with ISO 12215 requirements.
Aesthetically she shows a very strong purposeful character of an expedition yacht, having full headroom throughout, large uncluttered deck areas, large glass window surfaces and a fly bridge that is larger than the norm.
The volume inside is quite ample for a yacht of her size. The joinery work built of high quality woods and fabrics, offers variety of options regarding its interior layout to maximize the joy of life at the sea according to every individual’s needs.
Interiors by Design Studio Spadolini, The SIRENA 58 has a three cabins/three bathrooms lower deck layout that guarantees significant interior volumes.
In the day area, we paid closest attention to ergonomics and use of the available space; which is also evident; where 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 a perfect design 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.
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.