Year2008
Loa73.52 m
Beam12.0 m
Draft3.65 m
InteriorNewcruise Design
ExteriorNewcruise Design
HullSteel
SuperstructureSteel / GRP
Max. speed17 knots
Cruising speed15 knots
Gross tonnage1,585

Year: 2008

Loa: 73.52 m

Beam: 12.0 m

Draft: 3.65 m

Interior: Newcruise Design

Exterior: Newcruise Design

Hull: Steel

Superstructure: Steel / GRP

Max. speed: 17 knots

Cruising speed: 15 knots

Gross tonnage: 1,585

Project number

778

“While watching the boat slowly taking shape in Rendsburg, we suddenly became aware of how seductive and mysterious she seemed. We just knew then that we had to call her SIREN and we are absolutely delighted with the result.”
The Owner

In Greek mythology SIRENs lured sailors with their song … the multi-award-winning superyacht SIREN entices with her clean lines and technical finesse.

SIREN’s elegant and low silhouette…

… attracts attention everywhere she goes and not only along the French coast. Her allure lies not only in the slender, finely-curved hull lines on her forecastle that make her appear longer than her 74 m, but also in her almost extravagant outside spaces, in those wide corridors and staircases that allow a stroll à deux, side by side and without bottlenecks.

Yet another reason may be the numerous technical innovations that designers and engineers have come up with and that set her apart from other yachts.

Siren …

… is the world’s first yacht with a hydraulic foldable helicopter platform that can also be used as a sundeck, a dance floor or a stage.

Also the Owners‘s side terrace was an innovation of its time.