The sailing vessel Sirena is a 1977 Pearson 365 Ketch. A well-built, rugged cruiser, she sports traditional lines, solid construction, a roomy 8-foot-long cockpit, and walk-around decks. Hand-laid-up fiberglass ensures the hull and deck are rugged enough to withstand the elements. The keel is well-ballasted and the skeg-hung rudder pairs nicely with the shallow keel for maneuverability.

The cockpit is 8 feet long and big enough for a crew of seven. The saloon features a navigation station with chart table, a hanging locker, twin settees, and a cabin with V-berth. A galley near the companionway is fitted with a three-burner stove and oven, single-basin stainless steel sink, icebox, cabinet storage and adequate counter space. 

The head has a sink, toilet and separate shower stall, which benefits from a hot water heater and a freshwater tank with a capacity of 150 gallons.