The 65m/213ft sailing yacht LAMIMA has been successfully launched and is ready to embark on her first charter season in Indonesia’s breathtaking Komodo Islands and Raja Ampat archipelago.
Beautifully merging traditional Indonesian hospitality with modern superyacht opulence, LAMIMA represents one of the most unique charter experiences on the market. Her build alone was a meticulous process that began in early 2012 in the centuries-old boatbuilding village of Ara, Sulawesi with skilled craftsmen using only traditional methods.
Beautifully merging traditional Indonesian hospitality with modern superyacht opulence, LAMIMA represents one of the most unique charter experiences on the market.
She was then taken to the Italthai Marine Shipyard in Thailand where her rigging was completed, overseen by top rigging experts. Her stunning Marcelo Penna designed interior was also installed which encompasses an elegant feel throughout, fusing Asian influences with contemporary furnishings and luxurious amenities to create a spectacular charter yacht. She offers accommodation for up to 14 guests in seven beautifully finished staterooms.
Within LAMIMA’s expert crew of 19 there are expert fishermen, a Padi dive instructor to go alongside side her certified dive centre as well as experienced pijit masseuses and yoga teachers and even a tour guide, perfect for exploring the Raja Ampat Islands. She is offered for Southeast Asia yacht charters at a weekly rate starting from €190,000, for more information contact your yacht broker.