Sirena Yachts is bringing its 19.5-metre flagship to the Düsseldorf show

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Sirena 64 will have its world premiere at Boot Dusseldorf 2017 from 21-29 January.

The manufacturer promises that the yacht will be 20% more economical at cruising speed than its competitors.

At 10 knots, the semi-displacement Sirena 64, powered by two 850hp CAT C12.9 engines, consumes just 48 litres of fuel per hour and has a range of 1,000 nautical miles. The 19.5 meters boat has a maximum speed of 27 knots.

The Sirena 64 also boasts a spacious 38 sqm flybridge. Thanks to the panoramic windows, there is plenty of air and light inside the Sirena 64. The main deck area is 52 square meters.

The owner's suite sprawls over 24 square metres and is the largest master suite of this size on the market.

The first two models of the Sirena 64 and the younger Sirena 56 will also be unveiled at the Miami Boat Show in February 2017. A team of leading designers is working on them. Frers Naval Architecture & Engineering is responsible for the naval architecture and exterior, while Spadolini Design Studio is responsible for the interior.

Turkish company Sirena Marine announced the project for its motor yacht brand Sirena Yachts in September 2016, following the successful presentation of the Azuree and Euphoria sailboats. The shipyard will produce modern semi-displacement composite yachts from 56 to 100 feet and more.

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