Siran Relaunched After Refit at Feadship

June 9, 2015

Siran (Photo: Feadship)
Siran (Photo: Feadship)

The 70-meter Feadship Siran has completed a nine-month refit at the Feadship yard in Makkum. Her owners have therefore ensured that the superyacht features the newest technologies and meets current requirements.

The last of seven Feadships to be designed by Jon Bannenberg, Siran was considered a revolutionary yacht in many ways at the time of her launch in 1991. Her windows and the tender positioning were among many notable features. The owners returned to Feadship in 2005 to embark on a significant rebuild that saw the yacht extended to 70 meters in length. The sun deck was also given a new superstructure to accommodate a gym and an entertainment room.  


This latest refit has seen further adaptations to Siran’s sun deck superstructure. More of the aft deck has been covered to provide better protection on windy days at sea. The composite sun deck roofing structure has been extended by around 2.5 meters, supported by aluminium side walls with pivoting glass windbreak panels in the same style as the existing sun deck side windows.
 
The owner also made use of the period in the giant covered dock at the Feadship Makkum yard to have some paintwork done on the hull, upgrade to new highly-skewed low noise propellers and rearrange two crew cabins in a way which better accommodates the junior crew onboard Siran.



 

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