During the 2020 Miami Yacht show held from 13 to 17 Feb 2020, Sirena Yachts displayed the 58 Coupe. This is the coupe version of the Sirena 58. The main highlight of the design is a low air draft for ease of navigation in coastal waters, as well as the ease to manoeuvre below low-clearance bridges.
The yacht has a single unified deck from the aft cockpit till the helm and a light an bright salon space. The salon is equipped with dual sliding sun roof which allows un-obscured visibility in all directions. The 58 Coupe is available in two and three cabin layouts. The owner’s cabin is a dual deck suite with access from the fore deck lounge as well as the pilot house. Each cabin is provided with ensuite heads for ease of the occupants.
The Coupe 58 has a plumb-bow design with modest free board and fast displacement hull. The 58 Coupe is built from GRP or carbon hybrid fibers. At an economical speed of 10 knots, this vessel is capable of covering more than 850 miles. The vessel has an overall length of 18.58 m, beam of 5.36 m, and a maximum draft of 1.24 m. It displaces 36 tonnes at the most and is powered by either two Volvo D11 engines producing 670 BHP each or two D13 engines producing 900 BHP each. It is capable of a top speed of 26 knots (47 Km/h) and a cruising speed of 16 knots (24 Km/h).
The vessel has been designed by German Frers and the interiors have been done by Tommaso Spadolini.