The choice to make the Sirena 58 Coupé debut in a world premiere at the Miami Yacht Show last February was not accidental. The reasons can be explained in the light of the high level of satisfaction from American customers with the motor range of the Turkish shipyard. The latest addition will not be an exception. The absence of the flybridge, in addition to giving a more captivating and sporty appearance to the profile, significantly reduces the height of the superstructure, thus allow- ing the Sirena 58 Coupé to be the ideal boat to sail the Atlantic Intercoastal Waterways, from Florida to Cape Cod.
However, this is only of the multiple reading key of a project that, designed by German Frers (naval architecture) and Design Studio Spadolini (interior design), focuses on versatility. The large salon is the heart of the boat, completely redesigned compared with the previous flybridge version.
Positioned on one level and in close connection with the helm station and the outdoor cockpit, the salon fully meets the needs of anyone looking for the most advanced yacht design solutions aimed at minimizing any physical distance between indoors and outdoors. This feeling is further emphasized by the presence of huge glass surfaces along the whole superstructure. As the heart of the social life on board, the deck houses a spacious cockpit which, in addition to the traditional seat with a table in the middle, includes a small fridge, an ice-maker, and an electric grill.
The galley is larger than the one found on the 58 Fly, equipped with a sliding door that puts it in direct contact with the outdoor cockpit. Standard supplies include stove, oven, dishwasher, double sink, and fridge. The salon, instead, occupies the central part of the boat and is furnished with two lateral sofas and a large table in the middle. This space is made particularly bright not only by the lateral windows but also by two skylights that can open electrically to improve the natural ventilation of the area. The helm station is positioned on the port side and has direct access to the night area. Here, the layout is available in three versions, two with three cabins and another with two large master suites positioned amidships and in the bow respectively, all with en-suite bathrooms Like in the Fly version, the master cabin of the 58 Coupé has reserved access to the bow deck.
Here, the layout is available in three versions, two with three cabins and another with two large master suites positioned amidships and in the bow respectively, all with en-suite bathrooms Like in the Fly version, the master cabin of the 58 Coupé has reserved access to the bow deck.
The latter is equipped with an open-air living area. Hull and superstructure are both in infused vinyl ester resin combined with carbon and glass fibers for greater sturdiness and lower overall weight.
The Sirena 58 Coupé features a vertical bow that, if on the one hand allows gaining precious square meters in terms of internal volumes, on the other increases the waterline length, thus making the hull more efficient from a hydrodynamic point of view. The semi-planing hull guarantees excellent fuel consumption at slow speed and surprising performance at full throttle.
The semi-planing hull guarantees excellent fuel consumption at slow speed and surprising performance at full throttle.