The SIRENA 85 was first unveiled at the Miami Yacht Show in February and features naval architecture from Frers Naval Architecture & Engineering. Black-tinted windows and a charcoal grey sections in the superstructure contrast against an angular white hull. The plumb bow and rectangular windows add on-trend military styling, and the helm station window creates the effect of a 180° band. The hull is built from fibreglass and the carbon fibre superstructure further minimises her weight for a shallow draft.
The exterior offers balanced spaces to the aft and bow, placing a sheltered C-shaped sofa and raised table on the stern with easy connection to the swim platform when the transom door is opened.
The foredeck is fitted with two large sunpads in front of the helm station and a generous Jacuzzi on the bow with extensive views. Images of the flybridge show a space designed for entertaining and all-day outdoor living: A large alfresco dining table for eight is placed in the shade but can be opened up to the sunshine through an automated roof. Behind, guests have a second Jacuzzi and two L-shaped seating areas with coffee tables along the stern.
The modern interior is the work of Dutch design studio Cor D Rover and uses an earthy colour scheme in browns and greys with accents in white. Two layouts are available for the open-plan salon offering either a formal dining area for 10 or a smaller eating area and a bar. The lounge section near the aft glass sliding doors provides guests with a casual seating area comprised of three sofas plus a coffee table and a separate sofa opposite.
The accommodation sleeps up to 10 guests and three crew, with the guest accommodation consisting of 1 Master suite with a private terrace, 1 VIP stateroom, 1 double cabin and 2 twin cabins.
A pair of 1400 HP MAN V12 engines provide a maximum speed of 25 knots and while cruising at 10 knots, the SIRENA 85 will have a range of 2,500 nautical miles.