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2023 Sirena 68

by Randy Woods
Serena 68
Photo Courtesy of Jeff Brown Yachts

Three spacious decks, an immense flybridge, luxurious living quarters, and incredibly thoughtful design throughout; the list of attractions just goes on and on when it comes to the new Sirena 68 available from Jeff Brown Yachts.

By Randy Woods / Photos courtesy of Jeff Brown Yachts

The first feature that stands out on the new Sirena 68 is not just its ample beam of nearly 20 feet, it’s the way design firm Frers Naval Architecture & Engineering makes such efficient use of the open spaces aboard, including a flybridge that is one of the widest in its class. With room for eight people, including a two-person crew, the latest offering from Sirena provides three spacious decks that can be customized into multiple layouts to create comfortable spaces for social interaction, both indoors and out.

The vessel’s lightweight, hybrid carbon-fiber superstructure allows for a low center of gravity, better stability, and lower fuel consumption. A central support pillar holds up the rigid hardtop on the flybridge, allowing for sweeping, open-air views. Besides a fully Garmin-equipped helm, the top level includes a forward seating area, a starboard-side sofa, an aft sundeck, and a wet bar with a refrigerator, icemaker, and propane BBQ. Guests can also relax with 42” Smart LED TV inside a hi-lo cabinet and a Fusion RA770 Apollo audio system.

A portside staircase leads down to an open aft cockpit with teak flooring, a cushioned sofa around a fixed table, and three folding chairs. A hydraulic lift platform is also located astern to carry an RIB tender.

Once inside the salon, visitors are greeted by an inviting galley to port, with a Statuario marble countertop bar open aft to the cockpit. Appliances include a Miele dishwasher, a refrigerator/freezer, a four-hob ceramic cooktop, a microwave, and a stainless steel sink. Opposite the galley is a bench-seat dinette, with leather chairs and a table. Moving forward in the carpeted salon, guests can socialize around a U-shaped, upholstered settee and chairs, with a 50” Smart LED TV on a hi-lo lift and a Fusion audio system wired to the salon and cockpit.

Forward of the salon is the main helm, featuring a Garmin Diamond instrumentation package, including chartplotters, an open-array Fantom 54 radar, and Class B AIS. Directly outside the helm windshield is yet another gathering space: A C-shaped GRP sofa and varnished teak table on the foredeck. At the bow, an enormous sunpad invites all sunbathers aboard.

On the lower deck, a wood-floored passageway leads to a laundry area, three cabins, and three heads that can be customized in various combinations. The full-beam owner’s cabin amidships includes a king-size berth, his-and-hers heads with a shared shower, and a 42” Smart LED TV. The other VIP and guest staterooms have private heads and 32″ Smart LED TVs. Wide side windows allow abundant natural light in each cabin. At the stern, owners have the option of creating an aft storage area or a fourth crew-cabin space with two bunkbeds.

Powering it all are muscular, twin Volvo D13 engines, available in the 900- or 1,000-hp formats. The low-drag, semi-displacement hull helps give the Sirena 68 a 16-knot cruise speed and a maximum of 26 knots in the 900 configuration; or, 28 knots with the 1,000s.

Specs & Info 
LOA 70’0” · Beam 19’4” · Draft 4’3”
Tankage (Fuel/Fresh/Black)
1,387 gal. / 370 gal. / 105 gal.


Twin Volvo D13
(Available in 900- or 1,000-hp)


Jeff Brown Yachts
Seattle, WA
Jeff Brown

Serena 68
Photo Courtesy of Jeff Brown Yachts

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