Turkish boatbuilder Sirena Marine debuted its new 56-footer model at the 2017 boot Dusseldorf in January.

Sirena Marine, the Turkish builder of the Sirena Yachts range of motorboats, has confirmed the sale of four units of its recently launch Sirena 56. The company says these sales were closed at the 2017 Miami Boat Show held in February.

The 56-footer model maker her world debut at the 2017 boot Dusseldorf.

“Sirena 64 is an exceptional yacht able to emphasize all great Sirena Yachts attributes, like an innovative exterior design, an efficient and seaworthy hull, great exterior living spaces and spacious interiors, all coupled with a very robust but weight-efficient construction,” comments Ipek Kirac, Sirena Marine CEO.

“The sale of four units in such a brief period of time is a testament to the great job that the Sirena has done on this product, with the valuable collaboration of designers with the likes of German Frers and Tommaso Spadolini,” she adds.

The Sirena 56 is the smaller of a projected line of five motor yachts planned for the near future by Sirena Yachts.

Commenting on the project, yacht designer German Frers says: “As her predecessor, Sirena 64, she benefits from the development of an efficient hull underbody and incorporates the best performance at a wide range of Froude numbers, in either displacement mode or up to planing conditions.

“Construction is high quality, utilizing resin infusion for best fibre to resin content results. The scantlings and hull reinforcements have been manufactured in compliance with ISO 12215 requirements.”

According to Frers, the resulting hull “has 35% more speed when compared to a traditional hull when driven with the same engines, and is also able to hold a constant speed with considerable savings in fuel consumption”.