Sirena is a 20′ Camp Cruiser with a “Florida Cabin.”

She sails the Saint John’s River in northern Florida.

The stern was derived from a form of extended sheerstrake/upper transom used on some Thames Skiffs. In this case it helps hide the four cycle outboard and protect the transom-hung rudder.

Sirena Hull complete
Sirena Hull complete
Sirena Stern


  • LBP              20′ – 8 5/8″
  • LWL 19′ – 6″
  • Beam 6′ – 3″
  • Draft 0′ – 7 3/4″/3′ – 4″

Sail Area:

  • Main            75 sq. ft.
  • Mizzen 75 sq. ft
  • Total 150 sq. ft.

Published by Antonio Dias

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