Serena

Serena

About Serena

No doubt you could say that the refit of Serena was a remarkable one and so was the history of the boat. First lauched in 1964, the 22,50 m Feadship Serena was the height of maritime cool in those heady days. Almost half a century later, this Carlo Riva designed mini super yacht has been completely rebuilt and restored to better than new condition, featuring the very latest materials. Serena not only blends the past with the present – the craftsmen of the future have also benefitted from a project that involved apprentices in an unprecedented way.

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After Refit Specifications


General info
  • Launch name Serena
  • Current name Serena
  • Previous names Serena, Alcor
  • Year 2011
  • Length 22.50m / 73'10"
  • Beam 5.12m / 16'10"
  • Draught 1.90m / 6'2"

Capacity
  • Fuel Capacity 5,200 litres / 1,374 US Gallons
  • Water Capacity 2,200 litres / 581 US Gallons

Design
  • Naval Architect Feadship De Voogt Naval Architects
  • Exterior Design Carlo Riva
  • Interior Design Feadship

Propulsion
  • Main Engines 2 x Lugger 380HP
  • Generators Northern Lights 16kW and 10 kW

Accommodation
  • Staterooms Two guests in one stateroom
  • Crew Three crew members in two cabins in the front with one bathroom
  • Guests 6

Tenders
  • 1x Novurania 430 with Yamaha 70HP

Toys
  • 0x 1 x Seabob

Serena’s original photo’s and specifications

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