Sirius a Nordhavn 76 Superyacht
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|Type/Year:||a Nordhavn 76 Superyacht/2011|
|Engines:||1xMTU Series 60 535hp die|
|Locations:||Sardinia, Tuscany, Marmaris, Aegean Islands, St Tropez, Brittany, US Virgin Islands, Venice|
Motor yacht Sirius is a luxury Nordhavn 76 vessel, formerly known as hull N7620. Built by the US shipyard Nordhavn and launched in 2011, the Sirius superyacht is hull number 20 in the series.
The Nordhavn 76 superyacht Sirius offers 4 comfortable staterooms with 5 heads in total. This spectacular vessel features beautiful interior made of teak wood with 60% gloss varnish. There is also the extended exterior mid deck, used as an entertainment area, providing a settee, high-low table, BBQ as well as drinks refrigerator.
Single MTU Series 60 535hp engine of the luxury yacht Sirius (ex hull N7620) is raw water cooled and wet exhaust.
The luxury yacht Sirius provides 4 lovely staterooms with 5 heads in total. This beautiful vessel features comfortable interior made of teak wood with 60% gloss varnish. There is also the extended exterior mid deck, used as an entertainment area, providing a settee, high-low table, BBQ as well as drinks refrigerator.
Amenities and Extras
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