Sirena Yachts revealed a small, but perfectly formed motor yacht at the boot DüsseldorfLike her larger sisters in the range, which comprises four existing models (Sirena 58, 6878, and 88), the Sirena 48 will give owners the best of both worlds with a semi-displacement hull that is efficient in displacement mode, yet permits fast planing performance as well. A voluminous hull offers plenty of interior space for the family, and of course, there is the large swimming platform to carry a tender, jet ski or other toys. 



The Sirena 48 will offer two alternative layouts for the spacious aft cockpit – a rarity in boats under the 50ft mark. “We offer a number of layout options,” explained Cagin Genc, Sirena Yachts CEO. “While our customers can choose between an open layout and a more traditional aft deck, this tailoring can continue all the way to the bathing platform. For example, a storage area can be chosen instead of the crew cabin, and in this case, a full height door or a seating area that opens out of the transom may be preferable.”



There are more options around the flybridge. Standard spec is for a spacious entertaining area, with alfresco dining and a huge expanse of sun pads forward. Owners are more likely than ever to take the helm of this boat themselves, with an intuitive flybridge helm station. 



“We have a wide product range with four models between 58 and 88ft, and this expansion into the 40-foot sector will complete our line-up in the most competitive area of the market,” commented Ali Onger, CCO at Sirena Yachts. “The Sirena 48 is a model that can be used without crew, yet can easily accommodate a family nucleus. This will be an all-weather yacht with many innovative warm-water features. We expect it to prove especially popular in both Mediterranean and US markets.”



The first unit will be launched at the Cannes Yachting Festival 2023.

Sirena Yachts is a Turkish yacht brand. The company produces semi-displacement motor yachts ranging from 17m to over 30m.

Credits: Sirena Yachts

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