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2020 Sirena 64

by Randy Woods
Sirena 64

Featuring stellar construction and superior craftsmanship throughout, the Sirena 64 available from Jeff Brown Yachts is a world-class cruiser.

Whether you’re out for a family weekend excursion or an extended sea voyage, the 2020 Sirena 64 is sure to provide a smooth ride and luxurious accommodations. Designed by Italian architect Tommaso Spadolini, the Sirena 64 employs natural light as a key feature, with floor-to-ceiling windows, and open deck configurations. The fiber-to-resin ratio of the boat’s Hybrid Carbon superstructure provides high strength and stability with lower weight, allowing for increased interior volumes.

The main salon has large lateral windows with unobstructed exterior views for guests. The living area includes sliding glass doors that connect the indoor space to a covered outdoor aft deck. A large recreational foredeck can be used for sunbathing, for sharing meals at a dinette, or even for a dip in the optional whirlpool. The galley is equipped with stove, oven, refrigerator, and Miele dishwasher, plus a cutlery and dinnerware set for eight people in the adjacent dining area.

The bridge deck includes a wet bar, an electronically controlled sunroof, lounge seating, and a wide-open sun deck. The party can continue on the flybridge, with a refrigerator, icemaker, and two chaise lounges, plus beautiful teak flooring. Astern, a hydraulic swim platform with a hot-water deck shower provides amenities at both ends.

Two lower-deck configurations are available in a three- or four-cabin layout, with each suite offering abundant day light throughout. The owner’s suite includes a dual seating area, plus a full-beam head with a separate washroom and shower areas. A separate crew cabin aft also has direct access to the engine room. In total, the boat features four heads with granite countertops, plus one for the optional crew cabin.

At the helm, electronics include the Garmin Platinum Package, with a 7410 10″ chartplotter in the crew cabin, an AIS600 transceiver, and a GC10 CCTV camera in the engine room and flybridge. There is also a KVH TracVision TV6 satellite TV system, with a 50” LCD screen, and a Fusion RA205 audio system to provide entertainment for long voyages. If seas get rough, the Seakeeper 16 gyroscopic stabilizer can help with roll reduction, controlled from the helm or flybridge.

With two inboard Caterpillar C12.9 engines, the Sirena 64’s powertrain provides 1,000 horses to reach up to 28 knots, with a cruising speed of 16 knots and a range of 1,000 nautical miles at 10 knots. Much of this speed comes from the highly engineered, low-drag, canoe-shaped hull. Variable-speed bow and stern thrusters allow for precision maneuvering, plus ZF joystick steering controls on both the helm and flybridge.

Specs & Info
LOA 68’ · Beam 19’4” · Min. Draft 4’7”
Tankage (Fuel/Fresh/Black)
1,320 gal. / 369 gal. / 105 gal.

Two 1,000HP Caterpillar C12.9s

Jeff Brown Yachts

Seattle, WA

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