In 2022, Sirena Marine made waves at the Monaco Yacht Show by introducing the Sirena Superyachts – a superyacht series that marks the realization of a dream to cater to the diverse desires of yacht enthusiasts across all sizes. Building on its success with smaller models, the shipyard is set to embark on a groundbreaking journey with the construction of the first 42-metre Sirena Superyacht. Luca Vallebona and Hot Lab have been enlisted to craft an innovative and flexible design that promises to redefine luxury on the high seas.
The hallmark of Sirena Superyachts is its commitment to customization. The 42-metre Sirena Superyacht, in particular, offers a layout that can be tailor-made to suit the unique preferences of each owner. The flexibility extends to the placement of the owner’s suite, allowing for a dedicated dining area in the saloon or a more relaxed atmosphere. This commitment to personalization sets Sirena Superyachts apart in the semi-custom market.
Luca Vallebona’s vision for the 42-metre Sirena Superyacht model goes beyond conventional yacht design. The forward patio, an extension of the owner’s cabin, breaks down the traditional barriers between interior and exterior spaces. Opening the sliding door at the bow erases any distinction between the two, creating a bright and open area. Elements like the pergola, pool, and organically shaped staircase further enhance this seamless integration, providing a unique experience in today’s superyacht market.
Luca Vallebona’s design philosophy is evident in every aspect of the 42-metre model. The emphasis on large windows not only offers breathtaking views but also allows occupants to physically step outside, blurring the lines between indoor and outdoor living. The strategic placement of the owner’s cabin at the bow maximizes the connection with the surrounding environment, creating a one-of-a-kind feature in the world of semi-custom yachts.
Hot Lab, part of The Viken Group, brings its expertise to the interior design of the Sirena Superyachts. The team, led by Antonio Romano and Enrico Lumini, has meticulously crafted a design that balances elegance with innovation. The use of natural materials, including beech, oak, and cotton, contrasts with cold and precious surfaces, resulting in a light and desaturated color palette. The interiors reflect a blend of Nordic design’s rigor and the relaxed ambiance of the Mediterranean, creating a harmonious and cohesive environment throughout the yacht.
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