93: Siren - Yachts International

93: Siren

Hamburg-based Newcruise designed Siren inside and out, as they did sistership Sapphire and the slightly smaller Triple Seven. Built with transoceanic capability, Siren has a steel hull, aluminum superstructure and reaches a maximum speed of 17.5 knots with a range of 5,000nm thanks to twin MTU 16V4000M60 engines producing 4,520 bhp.
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Siren

LENGTH: 241ft. 4in. (73.55m)
SHIPYARD: Nobiskrug, Germany
YEAR: 2008

Hull no. 778, now named Siren, was launched in 2008 at the Nobiskrug shipyard in Rendsburg, Germany. Established in 1905, Nobiskrug focuses on the construction of mid-size mega yachts and provides refitting and repair services. The shipyard, which is now part of Abu Dhabi Mar, has launched over the past few years a series of semi-custom yachts in the 70-to-74 meter range, many of which are today available for charter. Hamburg-based Newcruise designed Siren inside and out, as they did sistership Sapphire and the slightly smaller Triple Seven. Built with transoceanic capability, Siren has a steel hull, aluminum superstructure and reaches a maximum speed of 17.5 knots with a range of 5,000nm thanks to twin MTU 16V4000M60 engines producing 4,520 bhp. The yacht features a modern, uncluttered look, with staterooms for 12 guests, a beach club and side doors to launch water toys. Her elegant profile stretches to a circular touch-and-go helipad located on the stern. Siren is available for charter and listed for sale for an asking price of 63.8 million euros.

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