The Sirena 58 is the newest motor model built by Sirena Marine. The aesthetics are that of an explorer, a long range boat that nevertheless retains a naval architecture with a fast displacement hull. Designed by German Frers, it is capable of developing up to 26.5 knots of top speed, while also sailing as much as 850 miles at 10 knots. Two versions of interiors curated both by noted designer, Tommaso Spadolini. The two-cabin proposal features a peculiar “secret staircase,” a passageway that takes guests from the cabins directly to the deck. The passage is hidden in the bow and in the forward continuation is concealed by the superstructure.
“It is a nice and practical feature, but one that required a lot of work for it to be feasible and well done,” – explained Tommaso Spadolini – “because we had to reinforce the structure behind the bed and cover it with oak panels. Thus, however, by climbing only seven steps from their cabin, the owner reaches the open air without passing through the cockpit and salon-an unusual solution for a boat of just over 18 meters.” For those who enjoy cruising in company, a 3-cabin version is available.