Turkish shipyard Sirena Yachts has announced its 26.81-metre (88-foot) flagship yacht Sirena 88 is currently under construction ahead of her scheduled delivery at Cannes Yachting Festival later this year.
The yard’s largest yacht to date, Sirena 88’s hull, deck and superstructure have now been joined, and she is now undergoing construction to fit her main deck, lower deck and flybridge interior and furniture.
Sirena 88 features naval architecture by Frers Naval Architecture and interior styling from Cor D. Rover. With an elevated pilothouse design and sizable interiors, she will be able to accommodate guests across five staterooms and a master suite situated on the main deck, which will feature a foldout balcony and curved windows. A VIP suite and an additional three double en-suite staterooms will be located on the lower deck, along with a full-beam crew area accommodating up to four crew members.
The interior presents a formal dining area on the main deck and a transom garage converting into a swim platform and beach club. Guests can visit the bar and dining area or be served in the whirlpool spa tub.
Tanil Surmeli, product manager at Sirena Yachts, commented, “The layout is something that we can change to meet a client’s needs.
“We are able to play with the spaces within the structural confines of this hull. As a semi-custom builder, we are open to ideas.
“We have some additional layout ideas that we are going to introduce.
“The Sirena 88 will make her debut at Cannes and more additional layouts will also be shown there.”
The yacht will be powered by two 1,550hp MAN V12 engines for a top speed of 25 knots and is anticipated to have a range of 2,430 nautical miles when travelling at nine knots.