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2024 Sirena 58

by Randy Woods
2024 Sirena 58
Photo by Mark Albertazzi

The new 2024 Sirena 58 looks undoubtedly beautiful on the outside, but boaters may be even more intrigued by the increased volume of the interior spaces, thanks to the vessel’s generous 17’ 7” beam. Set to arrive this summer, the Sirena 58, with layout options for two to four cabins, boasts plenty of room for gathering, plus a fuel-efficient semi-displacement hull that allows the vessel to reach impressive speeds. Bow and stern thrusters help improve agility while docking, and the Seakeeper 9000NMS stabilizer ensures a smooth ride at any velocity.

The teak-covered swim platform and cockpit floor features a forward-facing, bench seat sofa in the transom, with partial covering overhead from the flybridge deck. Side walkways lead forward to another social gathering area on the foredeck, with more cushioned sofas and tables that can be converted to sunpads as needed.  

Interior décor selections include a choice of walnut veneers, Limestone Prima and Grigio Perla countertops, white sand flooring, Espada leather dashboards, helm seats, and handrails. The luxurious, carpeted salon/dinette area includes a U-shaped sofa and a fixed table to port, opposite an L-shaped sofa to starboard. A TV lifting system and a Fusion Marine RA70 entertainment center is situated on the starboard side, with an optional hi-lo table. The galley aft and starboard of the salon has wooden flooring and several Miele appliances, including a refrigerator/freezer, a four-hob glass ceramic cooktop, and an oven. Corian worktops and a stainless steel sink round out the food prep area. Forward to port is the helm with a Garmin Platinum navigational electronics package, including a 10’’ MFD GPSMAP 8610 chartplotter, GHS 11 VHF radio, and a depth/speed transducer.

A staircase aft of the salon leads up to the open air, teak-accented flybridge deck that’s covered by an extra high carbon hard top with electric awning. The flybridge helm, with similar Garmin electronics, is located to port, opposite an optional sunpad and U-shaped sofa to starboard, plus a varnished teak table that can fit up to eight people. Other amenity options for guests include space for forward/backward adjustable bench seating, a wet bar with a sink, barbecue, refrigerator, and icemaker. There is also room aft to park a small tender and hydraulic lift arm.

A stairway starboard of the main helm leads to the lower deck, which can be customized for individual needs. In the standard layout, the midship owner’s cabin features a centerline double berth, an en suite head and shower, two full-size wardrobes, a vanity portside, and sofa to starboard. The VIP cabin, located far forward, includes an en suite head and either a forward-facing island double berth or an aft facing berth tucked into the bow. The optional third guest cabin is located to port and has twin berths and access to a day head and shower. Space is also available for either a fourth crew cabin or a storage lazarette, accessible from the cockpit.

The twin Volvo D11 670-hp inboard diesels give the Sirena 58 a peppy 16-knot cruising speed and 27 knots at full throttle. An electric, power-assisted steering system with a servo unit, Garmin autopilot, and automatic trim controls help smooth out the ride when the chop is high.

Specs & Info

LOA 58’0” · Beam 17’7” · Max Draft 4’1”
Tankage (Fuel/Fresh/Black)
951 gal. / 210 gal. / 120 gal.

Twin Volvo D11 670-hp Inboard Diesel

Local Broker:

Jeff Brown Yachts
Seattle, WA
Tommy Casias

2024 Sirena 58
Photo by Mark Albertazzi

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