It was equipped with a transporter, a Holomatrix, and an Emergency Hologram basic installation. The dining area had a replicator and a dedicated beverage replicator, though the ship could replicate items elsewhere including the navigation console.
A few weeks after Picard had hired Rios and retrieved Asha, La Sirena's power was deactivated, and the ship crashed onto the surface of the planet Coppelius. At the time of the Romulan attack led by Zhat Vash operative Oh, La Sirena was restored and took part in the battle. (PIC: "Absolute Candor", "Et in Arcadia Ego, Part 1", "Et in Arcadia Ego, Part 2")
|La Sirena emergency holograms|
|Emil • Emmet • Enoch • Ian • Mister Hospitality|
- Dr. Soji Asha (2399)
- Elnor (2399)
- Dr. Agnes Jurati (2399)
- Dr. Bruce Maddox (2399)
- Raffi Musiker (2399)
- Jean-Luc Picard (2399)
- Seven of Nine (2399)
The La Sirena set was designed by production designer Todd Cherniawsky. Cherniawsky noted La Sirena was a non-Federation ship that had become "retrofit[ted] with Federation technology" over time, the holodeck and staterooms in particular. Cherniawsky also suggested the weapons rack had "accumulated a variety of weapons that probably date back as many as 150 years." ("La Sirena Set Tour", The Ready Room: "Away Mission Special")
In a story from his Instagram account, showrunner Michael Chabon said that La Sirena was manufactured at the Kaplan Shifbau on the Hatzeplatz colony world. It had a dedication plaque; however, the plaque was missing by the time Rios acquired the ship.