2015 (Launched 1991)

About Siran

The last of seven magnificent Feadships designed by Jon Bannenberg, Siran was revolutionary at the time of her launch in 1991 with her radical windows and tender positioning. The owners returned to Feadship in 2007 for a two-year rebuild that extended Siran to 67 metres to accommodate a garage for a water ski boat accessible through a large side door. A new superstructure added to the sun deck accommodated an enclosed TV lounge and gym. The way this iconic yacht’s perfect exterior balance and intricate interior were preserved while extending the yacht by almost four metres was much appreciated.

The second refit in 2015 further adapted the sun deck, with more of the aft deck covered to provide better protection on windy days. The composite roofing structure was extended by 2.5 metres, supported by aluminium sidewalls with pivoting glass windbreak panels in the same style as the existing sun deck windows. Siran also had paintwork done on her hull, an upgrade of the highly-skewed propellers and a rearrangement of the crew cabins.

More details of this refit are available in our press release called ‘Perfecting Perfection’.

Refit specifications

Partly repaint, Mast deck extension, crew interior rearrangement, engine room maintenance
Extension, Interior redecoration, Engine room overhaul, Systems update, Repaint

General info

63.63m / 208′9″
10.30m / 33′10″
3.42m / 11′3″
Koninklijke de Vries


De Voogt Naval Architects
Jon Bannenberg


2x Caterpillar 3516 DI-TA, 1500 bhp at 1600 rpm each


130,400 litres / 34,448 US Gallons
31,000 litres / 8,189 US Gallons