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