Offering an unmatched cruising experience on the remote, unspoiled waters and islands of South East Asia, the Lamima Sailing Yacht is undoubtedly the ultimate in luxury sailing.
Considered to be the biggest wooden sailing boat in the world today, the Lamima is a 5-star sailing vessel with all the amenities and features of a 5-star accommodation, as well as superb service from its team of crew and staff.
Lamima was designed in 2012 and built by local builders of Ava, Sulawesi in Indonesia, the vessel was completed in 2014, distinctly resembling the traditional and the contemporary, creating a distinguished pedigree.
The luxury vessel is 65.2 meters long and features a total of 7 guest rooms, all with ensuite bathrooms. There are 2 twin cabins, 4 double cabins, and one double master cabin featuring a separate dressing room with the ensuite bathroom. Each room has internet access and an entertainment system that comprises of an HD TV and an iPod docking station, along with surround sound systems. The yacht also features an extensive movie library for endless hours of relaxation and entertainment as soon as the sun sets on the horizon.
Other features of the yacht include an impressive saloon, located at the midship of the main deck. This area includes a spacious indoor space consisting of a bar and lounge, and a dining alcove that seats 14 people.
An open-air area makes alfresco dining possible, and its lounge consists of large and comfortable sun beds for relaxing under the sun and amidst spectacular views of the waters and nearby islands.
The Lamima currently offers 3 destination packages that range from 7 to 14 days of pure fun and exploration. The destinations are the following:
1. Thailand and Myanmar: The cruise begins in Phuket, where it will explore its islands for several days before moving on to the Mergui archipelago of South Myanmar. Comprising of 800 islands that have been closed off for tourism in decades, the islands are virtually untouched, offering secluded and private beaches and spectacular scenery.
2. Alor, Flores, Sumba, and Komodo: These islands are located on the eastern part of Indonesia, which are also called the Nusa Tenggara group of islands. The areas are known for their impressive wildlife, specifically the Komodo lizards, which are the largest lizards in the world. The region is also known for having some of the best diving spots in the country.
3. Raja Ampat: Located on the far eastern region, the island is known for its impressive diving, with the area being one of the world epicenters of marine biodiversity. Manta rays and whale sharks are found in its waters.
Exploring the secluded islands and wildlife sighting are made available by the yacht’s guide from National Geographic, while scuba diving is made possible by 2 PADI instructors on board. The yacht provides a vast range of activities for guests to enjoy. Watersport activities such as jet skiing, snorkeling, and even wakeboarding can be enjoyed from the comforts of the yacht. The sailing yacht is equipped with 2 jet skis, paddle boards, as well as 2 jukungs, which are Indonesian canoes.
Dining services are provided by Indonesian gourmet chefs, offering a menu of a fusion of European and Asian cuisine.
The Lamima Sailing Yacht experience is an unforgettable vacation in the crystal waters of Indonesia and beyond. Secluded islands, private beaches, and exploration of virtually untouched regions of the country while staying at a beautiful and state-of-the-art 5-star luxury yacht is truly an experience of a lifetime.
For more information about Lamima Sailing Yacht, visit its website at www.lamima.com.