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Sirena unveils new details about its Superyacths: sophisticated spaces and incredible innovative design.

New and remarkable revelations on the three Superyacths that Sirena is preparing to offer to owners. Among these, the sides of the platform of the largest pool, aft, which lower and transform into two twin balconies just above the sea, resulting in a real private beach resort.

The steel and aluminum vessels, built at the shipyard in Istanbul, bear the external signature of Italian designer Luca Vallebona and the Dutch architecture firm Van Oossanen Naval Architects. The two styles blend together to create a sophisticated balance of space and innovation, both outside and inside, with open, spacious areas for onboard relaxation.

Customization is one of the watchwords of these vessels, which can be as large as 50 meters. Every detail can be modified to meet the owner's needs and provide an incredible sailing experience. "As with the smaller yachts built by Sirena, this new range of Superyacths is aimed at owners who love to spend time on the water with friends and family," said Sirena Yachts CCO Ali Onger.

Among the other novelties, the interior space will feature a unique suite, illuminated by natural light from above and the sides, with a private patio that surrounds the exclusive terrace described by designer Vallebona as "the pearl of these yachts, particularly on board the 42- and 50-meter versions." The separate seating areas make it an ideal place for a morning coffee or to entertain guests in complete privacy.

On the two larger yachts, a jacuzzi with stairs leading up to the main deck emerges, where there is a seating area for complete relaxation. Luca Vallebona emphasizes how "the main and upper deck cockpits are visually connected by a double-height space near the salon entrances. This space could be furnished with plants or a giant sculpture, creating a sinuous connection between the spaces."