Currently based in the Pacific Ocean, the 65m/214ft sailing yacht LAMIMA is perfectly situated to observe the highly anticipated celestial event this March.
The world’s largest wooden sailing yacht, LAMIMA has developed a considerable reputation over her relatively short history.
Built using traditional Indonesian methods and winning the Guiding Star Best Mentor Award last year, her charters couple exceptional sailing with unparalleled local insight.
Currently available in Indonesia for the Total Solar Eclipse in early March, guests can expect a once-in-a-lifetime experience with a heightened sense of luxury. Indeed, it is only in very limited and specific locations that the spectacle will be viewable.
What really sets LAMIMA apart from the crowd is the way that she brings culture on board as well as expertly navigating it on shore. While her tour guide will gladly whisk guests away to the best kept secrets, traditional massage treatments can be enjoyed in the shade on the aft deck.
With the Indonesian climate heating up around March, guests will definitely want to make good use of the vast and traditionally styled outdoor deck areas, a space which will no doubt double up as an outstanding observation platform for the eclipse.
Comfortably hosting up to 14 guests across a range of beautifully designed guest suites, an early springtime charter that coincides with such a rare galactic occurrence is not to be passed up.
What better way of observing the wonders of nature than from the comfort of an outstanding sailing yacht?
To make enquiries regarding a charter vacation with M/Y LAMIMA, please get in touch with your preferred charter broker.
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