A custom-build delivered in 2013, LAMIMA is uniquely built using traditional Indonesian methods and boasts the status of being the largest wooden sailing yacht in the world. Offering a welcoming environment where guests can unwind, her experienced staff and crew includes pijit masseuses, yoga instructors, expert fishermen and an expert tour guide to provide the quintessential experience of the Raja Ampat islands.
LAMIMA expertly blends famous Indonesian hospitality with modern technology to offer first-class relaxation and performance, allowing guests to get lost in the unrivalled beauty of the West Papua province.
As many as 14 guests one of sailing yacht LAMIMA's seven Asian-inspired contemporary cabins, including a master suite, four double cabins and two twin cabins - all feature en-suite facilities.
Her deck caters to every kind of charter guest, with space for sunbathing, a massage, yoga or a shaded al fresco dining - perfect for enjoying freshly-prepared fish dishes, caught by the onboard master fisherman.
The array of water toys located on S/Y LAMIMA include two jet-skis, eight paddleboards, two Indonesian 'Junkings' (canoes) and state-of-the-art diving equipment. Divers of all level can enjoy underwater exploration during their visit to Indonesia, as she is a PADI-certified training centre and provides an on board PADI instructor.
For more details about chartering LAMIMA in the Raja Ampat islands, contact your preferred yacht charter broker.
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65m Unknown, 2014