Benetti launches Sirena superyacht

Another 34.36-meter Oasis 34M unit hit the water at Italian Benetti yard in Viareggio
Feb 19 2024 3 minutes to read
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Benetti Oasis 34M beach club

At present the Sirena is the latest representative of Oasis 34M series

Sirena superyacht that has joined the popular Oasis 34M series was ordered by an American company offering a fractional ownership programme. It means that multiple owners will be able to take turns cruising her in accordance with a preliminarily negotiated schedule. 

Due to this kind of intended use, the customer and the yard had to choose a flexible and practical approach to the yacht’s interior design, sticking mainly to neutral natural materials, and made a number of changes to it. 

The exterior design from British RWD studio was complemented with a silver grey hull colour with shark grey accents, which makes the yacht look elegant on the water in any weather, while her dark windows add contrast to it. 

The interiors designed by Bonetti Kozerski Architecture reflect the customer’s vision, who, however, decided to add a little more variety to them. The main saloon finishes feature ribbed wood, lacquered and matt surfaces, hidden lighting and navy-blue accents. The same colour palette and finish materials are used in the upper saloon and guest cabins.

Benetti Oasis 34M beach club
Benetti Oasis 34M beach club

There are five cabins that can accommodate up to ten guests. The full-beam ensuite master stateroom is located on the main deck forward, and there are four more cabins (two doubles and two twins) below deck. There are also crew quarters for a crew of seven. 

An American bar on the main deck, a Jacuzzi and a designer table on the sundeck, as well as glass panels inserted between the handrails and a terrace in the owner’s cabin are the features that make the Sirena different from her sisters. However, the beach club and panoramic views, expansive glazing and a variety of exterior recreation areas are typical of all Oasis 34M representatives. 

The yacht is powered by twin MTU engines, delivering a top speed of 17 knots and a range of 2700 nautical miles at a cruising speed of 14.5 knots.

The Sirena is expected to be delivered to the owner in the spring of 2024.

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