Sirene is a biannual magazine made for those who feel close to the sea even when they are far away from it. It's about the relationship between humans and the sea and the happiness it brings. Even the beautiful pages are made from recycled algae.
Inside Issue 12
The Human Side of the Ocean
There is no remote corner of the earth a ship has reached that has not been christened with the name of a sea.
Hawaii. Last Call
Paul Theroux, the father of modern travel literature, from the kayak in the Pacific to the waves of Oahu. Like in his new book.
The last outpost in the Cyclades, an enchanted place lying outside the Grand Tour of the archipelago.
Giacomo De Stefano. Nomad with Oars
With a boat a little over five metres long, he sailed along the rivers from London to Istanbul. We met in Venice, to talk about the Sami and his new project on the island of Skorpa, in the northernmost part of Norway.
The Art of Japanese Swimming
Ancient knowledge for a different way of moving in the water.
Sakamoto’s Swim Club
The story of Soichi Sakamoto and his swimmers, the ‘fairy tale’ of Maui.
Among the Sailors of Île-à-Vache
A schooner carrying a precious cargo of old disused sails and rigging lands on a small island off the coast of Haiti.
Siargao. Water Play
Where the air sometimes feels denser than the sea, the only thing to do is give over to the sensuality of salt water.