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About Sirena 78

The Sirena 78 offers creative enhancements that signal an even more rapid evolution of design and innovation to improve the on-the-water experience. She effectively advances the idea of the cruising yacht by delivering a combination of interior comfort and a wide range of efficient performance.

Her construction and finish meet at the intersection of advanced technology and craftsmanship,
just as they did for her stablemates in the Sirena line, and yet the Sirena 78 takes next-generation thinking into every curve and corner of her design.

It starts with the design, which boasts several options for the flybridge, a feature that has evolved as a hallmark element of the line. The flybridge is a key element on nearly all Sirenas, thanks to the space and views it makes available, as well as the overhang that provides delightful shade for the afterdeck.

Germán Frers, architect

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Technical Characteristics

Length Overall (L.O.A.)

25 m / 82’

Length of Hull (L.H.)

22,10 m / 72’5’’

Length of Water Line (L.W.L.)

21,5 m / 70’5’’

Beam Max

6,5 m

Draft Max

1,77 m

Displacement (Light Ship)

75,3 Tonnes

Height Above the Waterline Ha ISO 8666

6,9 m (without equipment on top)

Displacement (Full Load)

87 Tonnes

Max Speed

23,7 knots (std. engine)

Cruising Speed

16 knots

Economy cruising Speed

10 knots


2 x MAN V12 1400 HP
2 x MAN V12 1550 HP (OPT)
2 X MAN V12 1800 HP (OPT)

Range NM

Approx. 1550 NM @10 Knots

Reduction ratio



ZF 2000 V
ZF 2500 V (optional)
V drive

Diesel tank capacity

9000 lt

Fresh water tank

1800 lt

Black water tank capacity

800 lt

Gray water tank capacity

800 lt


4 + 1 (Crew Cabin)


8+ (3 crew)


4+1 (crew head)


GRP / Carbon hybrid fiber

Hull type

Semi Displacement

Exterior design

Frers Naval Architecture & Engineering

Interior Design

Cor. D. Rover Design Studio


CE Category A