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Sailing Yacht LAMIMA Offering Cabins for Charter

By Editorial Team   27 July 2015

In a unique offer rarely seen in the market, the impressive 65m/214ft charter yacht LAMIMA is offering individual cabins for bookings for trips to Komodo Island, Indonesia.

The world's largest wooden sailing yacht LAMIMA is widely considered one of the most well-appointed vessels available in the region.

She can provide the perfect introduction to the world-famous Indonesian archipelago and Komodo National Park, located on Komodo Island, on behalf of her friendly onboard tour guide. A yoga instructor and two Balinese masseuses also make up the expert crew of 20, who have a lot of experience cruising in the area.

Styled with Asian themes by Marcelo Penna, superyacht LAMIMA offers light, traditional accommodation for up to 14 guests in 7 staterooms, including five double cabins and twin cabins, all featuring ensuite facilities.

Her saloon, located midship, features a bar and comfy lounging area provides the utmost comfort, with sun pads found outdoors. 

A Padi-certified diving centre with two onboard diving instructors, her crew also comprises of talented fisherman dedicated to offering a special experience for guests. Other toys for family and friends to enjoy include jet-skis, paddleboards and Indonesian 'Junkung' canoes.

For more information about S/Y LAMIMA's cabin availability, priced at $12,600 per week, please contact your preferred yacht charter broker.

Alternatively, compare all luxury yachts available to charter in the South East Asia.

A yoga instructor and two Balinese masseuses also make up the expert crew of 20

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