The Sirena Yachts 64 was the first model of the line to be launched and made its world debut at Boot Dusseldorf in 2017. The interior and exterior living spaces provide generous volume normally seen on much larger vessels for serious world family cruising in great comfort. From the earliest design stages the main concept of the interior was about comfort and light. Large glass windows provide a good view of the sea and let in plenty of natural light. Interior style is defined by a skilful use of white, carefully mixed with a touch of dark colour defining frames and panels. Oak combined with wenge woods and a light and soft moquette carpet on the floors amplifies space and underlines the design.
The hull design was developed in depth, including extensive tank testing at the Wolfson facility in Southampton. The result is a pleasant sea kindly low drag canoe body capable of planning at high speed or cruising in semi displacement, low fuel consumption mode. The hull stability is well matched to the needs of the gyroscopic stabilisers to ensure cruising or anchoring in great comfort. Powered by Caterpillar engines with a choice of 850 or 1,000 horsepower the boat can reach a top speed 26 or 28 knots and cruise at 10 knots for over 1,200 miles with 10% reserve fuel.
The standard layout is 3 guest cabins and 4 heads with the option for a 4th guest cabin. There is also an option for a 2 berth crew cabin with head and separate access through a door from the submersible platform. The fully enclosed galley and dining table are located midships with the lounge aft opening onto the large cockpit with dining table. On the foredeck there is more room for dining at the convertible table plus the option for a Jacuzzi below the sun lounger. The flybridge is enormous with dining and lounging areas and wet bar. The aft end of the flybridge has enough room for sun loungers or can be fitted with a crane.