Sirena Yachts 64, Euphoria 54 and Azuree 41. Big comeback at next Boot Dusseldorf

Sirena Yachts 64, Euphoria 54 and Azuree 41. Big comeback at next Boot Dusseldorf

Sirena Yachts 64, Euphoria 54 and Azuree 41. Big comeback at next Boot Dusseldorf

Sirena Yachts 64, Euphoria 54 and Azuree 41. Big comeback at next Boot Dusseldorf
Jan 11, 2019
At the 2019 Boot Dusseldorf, the Turkish shipyard presents a new version of the Sirena 64, the Euphoria 54 and the Azuree 41.
Sirena Yachts 64 at next Boot Dusseldorf with a new version styled by Cor D Rover

With currently 12 units produced and sold so far, Sirena 64 has been designed by two of the best designers on the international scene: Frers Naval Architecture & Engineering for naval architecture, exterior design and engineering and Spadolini Design Studio for interior design.
The relevant update for the Boot Dusseldorf 2019 (19-27 January) is the interior styling by the world renowned Dutch designer Cor D Rover, who’s already collaborating with Sirena in developing the interiors of the Sirena 88 soon to wow the next boat shows season 2019.
The key facts of the Sirena 64 motor-yacht are:
- unparalleled exterior and interior spaces and comfortable livability
- fuel and water capacity designed to really offer “real” Long Range cruises
- consumption efficiency (20% more efficient than direct competitors)
- Class A design gives high seaworthiness at all sea conditions and efficient hull guarantees high max speed
Naval architecture overview
“For Sirena 64” - says German Frers, in charge of the naval architecture, exterior design and engineering - “there are three optional interior layouts of generous volume for serious world family cruising in great comfort including large glass windows for a good view to the sea and plenty of natural light. The hull design was developed in depth, including testing of three families of models at the Wolfson Unit towing tank facility in Southampton (UK). In addition, sea keeping tests were conducted on a self propelled 1/3 scale model of the hull”.
The result? It’s 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 stabilizers to insure cruising or anchoring in great comfort. “All in all I am satisfied to say working with the Sirena Marine Team including the interior designer Tommaso Spadolini we have created an aesthetically attractive motor yacht that will appeal to a great number of mariners and their families”, continues Frers.

Exteriors overview
Sirena 64, compared to others of similar size, features greater fuel and water capacity together with a 2 x CAT C12.9 – 850Hp that gives higher maximum speed up to 27 knots. The yard will provide the option of more powerful enginesas well.

Generally, compared to its main competitors, the semi-displacement hull of Sirena 64 is expected to be approx. 20% more efficient in consumption at most expected cruising speed of 16 knots. At 10 knots of economy speed Sirena 64 arrives at a consumption of 48 l/h for a range of approx 1.000 NM.

Furthermore, Sirena 64 is characterized by a 38sqm flybridge where to enjoy the amazing sea view and breath clean air. The openable hardtop let the customer and guests enjoy the flybridge even during difficult sun hours.
Cockpit is clearly something to be used for welcome cocktails, relaxing moments, breakfast and light lunch. The double link with the platform implies easiness of communication and movement to the platform, a real private beach.

The unparalleled exteriors of Sirena Yacht 64 provides a 80 footer’s living area. Wide open view of the vast seascape fills the enormous living space of the boat.
Interiors overview
“Roomy, refreshing, light, luminous are the keywords for Sirena 64. The life inside the boat is integrated with the outside thanks to the panoramic deckhouse windows to the sliding windows on the side entrance, the kitchen and helm area” - says Tommaso Spadolini in charge of the interior design. “Owner may have a very bright interior by lighting all  the LEDs or should have local lighting according to his need”.
The main features inside are a spacious main deck of approx. 52 sqm and larger cabins in the category. The owner quarter in particular, with approx. 24 sqm, has the biggest suite on the market, both in term of surface and volumes. The area counts on a full beam bathroom with separate washroom, toilet and shower areas. Also the materials used and the space the owner has for his own wellbeing provide the maximum level of comfort.
This model has also an additional fourth toilet and a large crew area with direct access to state-of-the art engine room (access also from the cockpit).  

Euphoria 54
Euphoria 54, the first born in the Euphoria range designed by one the world’s leading yacht designer German Frers, continues to be a great success and is ready for its big comeback at next Boot Dusseldorf 2019 (19-27 January).

With the 54, Frers has created what Sirena Marine describes as, “A stunning, contemporary yacht that combines the highest levels of live-aboard luxury and undoubted performance ability.”

Technical perfection is evident in the elegant yet modern lines of the Euphoria 54, a great blue-water cruiser capable of effortless performance in all weather conditions.

Striking an excellent balance between performance, easy sailing, aesthetics and comfort, the Euphoria 54 is built using vinylester resin-injected moulding methods to ensure an ultra- strong but lightweight hull and deck. A choice of aluminium or carbon fibre spars and the option of slab or roller furling mainsails are available.

“My aim has been to create a contemporary, sea-kindly and safe 54-footer that combines excellent performance with the highest levels of live-abroad luxury. The wedge-shaped, powerful hull-from and ergonomic deck layout offer a very good balance between performance, ease of handling, aesthetics and comfort”, states German Frers. “The clean, efficient deck layout - free of halyards and lines - is a particular hallmark of ours”.

The dominant feature of the deck is a deckhouse with long, slender windows uninterruptedly connected with the forward part of the deck to create a central free area all the way up to the companionway that make the yacht ideal for short-handed sailing or with the smallest of crews.

The cockpit, closed at the stern by a large opening control panel, is protected by high sea breakers extending up to the stern wheel. Easy sailing is guaranteed by two winches at the helmsman’s fingertips at the bow of the helm station.

The interiors have been designed in collaboration with Design Unlimited with a layout including three very spacious double cabins and three bathrooms, and permit addition of a crew cabin.

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