The 65m/214ft superyacht LAMIMA from Pak Haji Baso is offering an eight-day charter for the price of seven on select weeks this winter in the far-flung cruising grounds of Thailand and Myanmar.
Hand built by local boat builders from Ara in Sulawesi, LAMIMA combines the grace unique to traditional Indonesian vessels with a whole host of modern luxuries and comforts. For this reason, she is the perfect platform for an authentic yet upscale and exclusive escape to South East Asia.
And making the prospect of cruising through the region on board the luxury phinisi even more appealing is the chance to spend even more time away without having to pay for an extra day.
There are plenty of areas on board designed for taking in views of the beautiful surrounds on a yacht charter. The expansive foredeck serves as the communal hub. Oversized sun pads designed for daytime lounging convert into a dining and seating area for sundowners and al fresco dinners.
When it comes to relaxation, the stern section has been designated as the place to go. In total privacy, charterers can indulge in a massage from the resident therapist, which will be a particular treat after spending time trying out the exciting collection of water toys and diving equipment.
Other outdoor areas include an intimate area forward on the main deck in which guests can take some time out while sun lovers will love hanging out in the lounger-laden section on the upper deck.
Oversized sun pads designed for daytime lounging convert into a dining and seating area for sundowners and al fresco dinners
Further opportunities for both winding down and socialising continue into the interior of charter yacht LAMIMA. Sure to put all who enter at ease, the guest living areas exude a casual elegance made even more inviting by an understated contemporary Asian influence.
The spacious main salon is a multi-functional space in which guests can grab a drink from the bar, sink into the sofas or feast on a delicious dinner around the 14-seater table. Port holes allow natural light to flood inside and integrated lighting ensures the ambience suits any occasion after the sun has set.
After a day at sea, 14 guests can retreat into one of seven cabins, including a master suite on the main deck aft, four double cabins and two twin cabins. All boast modern en-suite facilities.
Charterers escaping to Thailand will see hundreds of deserted islands, sun-kissed beaches and bluer-than-blue waters. Among the highlights are the jungle-swathed Similan Islands, the sublime limestone karsts of the Phi Phi islands and the dramatic seascapes of Mu Koh Similan National Park.
Those venturing even further off the beaten track can explore the 800 island-strong Mergui Archipelago of Myanmar. As well as discovering a wealth of pristine coral and rainbow-hued fish, travellers can also tour the untouched flora on land and encounter the local Sea Gypsy communities.
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