Elegant wooden super-yacht
- Seven en-suite cabins
- Crew of 19 including dive instructors, chefs and spa therapists
- Spacious saloon furnished with a bar, lounge and dining area
- Expansive external deck space
- Onboard PADI dive-centre
- Three tenders and two Yamaha jetskis
- Diving and snorkelling
- Jet skiing, water skiing and wakeboarding
- Kayaking and stand-up paddle boarding
- Cultural tours
The Lamima is a 65.2m traditional luxury sailing yacht designed in 2012 by esteemed yacht designer Marcelo Penna of Barcelona who, while retaining the elegance of the traditional phinisi trading vessels on which Lamima’s lines are based, has incorporated a breadth of modern refinements to create a first-class sailing vessel with all the opulence of a super-yacht.
Available as a both private charter or joinable on scheduled cruise, there are seven elegantly designed cabins, all spacious with ample storage, en-suite bathrooms and immersed in natural light that floods through the portholes.
The rest of the vessel is the epitome of luxury from topsail to keel, with warm, exotic woods and subtle Indonesian touches combining natural materials and textures in a relaxing environment. There’s a large dining area and bar on the main deck but with such stunning scenery you will want to spend most of your time outside on deck, dining, being pampered by the spa therapists or relaxing.
Explore the stunning Raja Ampat islands snorkelling, diving, waterskiing, jet-skiing, wakeboarding, kayaking and stand-up paddle boarding directly from the yacht. With two dive masters on-board and a full equipped dive school, you can go diving at any time and always in the best location. The experienced and highly knowledgeable cruise guide will lead you to discover unexplored coves and bays, climb to the top of uninhabited peaks, learn about rare birds and endemic species or visit local villages and experience their customs.