Introducing Lamima, the world's largest wooden sailing yacht, with superyacht standards. The epitome of luxury from topsail to keel. Delivering an extraordinary glimpse into the islands, turquoise marine rich waters and beautiful culture of Indonesia and Myanmar.
Custom built with the specific intent of providing exceptional comfort, elegance, and safety while maintaining the warm ambiance of traditional Indonesian hospitality. 65.2m long and a massive 400 sqm of beautiful open deck allows guests a generous amount of space, not normally found on a sail boat. Her sail wardrobe itself is hugely impressive, designed to catch every breeze of the archipelago, creating a first-class sailing vessel with all the opulence and service of a superyacht.
From the moment you step on board, you will be immersed in the wonderful Indonesian culture, instantly feeling welcomed by the 20 strong crew. Seven air conditioned, en-suite cabins can sleep up to 14 guests, each designed with their own character and space for relaxing. The saloon is situated in the midship with a well stocked bar and open lounge area as well as a vast dining table. Where possible, al fresco dining is generally preferred under the fabric Bimini leading out of the saloon.
The on board Indonesian chef , Yudha, has worked in some of the top-end restaurants and hotels in Bali as executive chef. His creative flair creates wonderful dishes using local, high quality ingredients combining his love for Mediterranean and Asian cuisine. Whether it is a light breakfast on board or an opulent dinner on a desert beach, guests are catered for to the highest of standards.
As the yacht sails through Raja Ampat, Komodo or the Mergui Archipelago, activities are plentiful and entirely tailored to each charter guest. The warm aquamarine waters offer some of the best marine biodiversity in the world, perfect for snorkelling or diving. The on board diving centre caters for all levels of divers (with the possibility of completing PADI certification) and the area offers good diving conditions year round with visibility of 15-30m on average.
On the water, Lamima has jet boards, paddle boards, surf boards, 2 person kayaks, a jet ski, tender, inflatable toys and 2 jukungs (Indonesian canoes) for guests to enjoy at their leisure. A serious playground for water lovers! On board the in house masseuse is always to hand and a gym can be arrange on deck at the request of the guests.
Excursions to isolated sand banks or one of the many islands of the archipelago for a picnic lunch, beautiful hikes provide 360 degree views of the inlets and Lamima below, explore unexplored caves or learn about native fauna and flora. Whatever your interest, your expert local guide will lead you to the best spots in the area for an insight into the delicate balance of coexistence between humans and nature.
Sailing mainly on remote and pristine areas is a privilege and the lasting message Lamima has for their guests is “Come and see how beautiful the world is, and together let’s protect it”.