|PREVIOUS NAME||SYCARA III|
|REFIT YEAR||Never refit|
|PRICE FROM||Please inquire|
Limited fishing gear
6.7m (22ft) Novurania tender with 200 hp
5.1m (17ft) Novurania tender with 110 hp
Stern opens to lazarette for tender/watersport equipment storage
2 x 2-man waverunners
Built by Oceanfast Yachts, motor yacht SIRONA III was designed by Jon Bannenberg and reflects the late designer’s signature styling. The designer’s avant-garde style features unique structural angles blended with modern lines. Combined with the engineering and architectural prowess of Oceanfast, yacht SIRONA III is a testament to style, safety, reliability, and craftsmanship.
The first unique feature of the 185 foot mega yacht SIRONA III is her shallow draft displacement hull. Most yachts of similar size have difficulty entering shallow coves and protected anchorages. This yacht’s draft makes her yacht well-suited for cruising the Caribbean and the shallow passages encountered during a Bahamas yacht charter.
The yacht’s windows are also quite unique. Large, vertical oval windows provide a better viewing perspective than traditonal rectangular windows. (Her design actually incorporates a few rectangular windows, also, to create an abstract look to compliment the overall lines of the yacht.)
A Jacuzzi-style hot tub is located on the top deck, and unlike other superyachts, is situated far forward on the flybridge deck, and protected from stong winds by the deck’s windscreen. Aft of the hot tub are three tall captain’s chairs. These seats are actually the highest point onboard for the charter guests, and offer spectacular panoramic views.
Other onboard amenties include a massive exterior bar on the aft deck, two teak fighting chairs that can be attached to the yacht’s swim platform, and a very unique floor-mounted porthole window integrated into the deck, directly above the 12-person dining room table on the main deck.
As to the yacht’s interior, the in-house design team as Oceanfast deftly complemented Bannenberg’s exterior architecture. Contemporary and clean is the theme, with neutral tones that provide an updated art-deco look. Various materials and soft colors are employed to create a soothing appearance.
Entertainment equipment throughout the yacht tends to be hidden, which adds to the yacht’s uncluttered appearance. For example, the flat screen television in the lounge drops down from the ceiling, and a piano pulls out from a cabinet.
The Owner’s stateroom is located on the main deck, and features a sitting area, his and hers bathrooms with showers and a centrally located whirlpool tub.
Did You Know… At the time of her launch, Sycara III (now named SIRONA III) was the 24th Largest Yacht in the USA