Sirena Yachts has launched the newest addition to its fleet, the Sirena 58 Coupe. In the video above, Constantinos “Cos” Constantinou, Sirena’s head of North American operations, walks Passagemaker editor Andrew Parkinson through the brand’s new model.
With hull and superstructure design by Germán Frers, the 58 Coupe has a contemporary plumb-bow design, modest freeboard and a fast-displacement hull that yields a range of around 850 miles at 10 knots, while capable of a top speed around 26 knots. With a four-panel door that opens almost entirely, the single-level space flows seamlessly from pilothouse to transom, including a fully shaded aft deck. Additionally, the bi-level forward owner’s cabin has private access to the foredeck lounge.
- Lower air draft for ease in navigating coastal waters and low-clearance bridges
- Single-level unified deck from the aft cockpit forward to the helm
- Light and bright salon space, with optional dual sliding sunroof panels and unobscured 360-degree visibility
- Certified CE Category A for strength of build and flexibility of interior options
See the video above for the full tour.
PHOTOS | Have a closer look at the Sirena 58 Coupe in the gallery below:
For more information, visit sirenayachts.com