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Sirena 88

You can tell just by looking at the Sirena 88 that there’s a lot of boat in there. Note the plumb bow and the raised foredeck and wheelhouse, not to mention its dizzying height. It’s obvious that the designer started out by imagining something huge, and then just had to figure out how to squeeze it all into 88 feet. Usually, motoryachts in this size arrive from the opposite direction, as their shipyards scale up an existing model.

Th at’s why most 88-footers on the market today look like big flybridge boats, whereas this one looks like—well, it looks like nothing I’ve seen before.

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