She is the vision of esteemed yacht designer Marcelo Penna, who wanted to create a vessel that merged traditional Indonesian hospitality with modern superyacht opulence. In 2012 boat builders of Ara, Sulawesi, skillfully set about constructing, what would be, the world’s largest wooden sailing yacht. Their creation is a 65m yacht like no other.
LAMIMA’s stunning interior is contemporary yet welcoming and beautiful Asian influences are apparent throughout her artwork, furniture and fittings. Indoor spaces are open and relaxing, and she comfortably accommodates 14 guests in seven large staterooms, all of which boast ensuites.
Up on deck there is ample space for sunbathing, perfect for those looking to relax. Forward of her salon lies an inviting al fresco dining and lounging area shaded by a bimini, just the place for eating fresh fish (caught especially for you by master fisherman) or unwinding with a massage under the calming instruction of qualified SPA therapists.
LAMIMA also has plenty to offer those looking for a bit of adventure. She is a Padi-diving centre and has two Padi instructors onboard – ideal for beginners or advance divers wishing to explore the phenomenal and biodiverse waters of Southeast Asia.
Also on board is an expert tour guide, whose deep understanding of the landscape – as well as local customs, culture and folklore – has led him to work with the National Geographic. Wherever you end up, his legendary tales promise to give you a colourful insight into these fascinating lands.
A sailing yacht like no other, LAMIMA merges traditional Indonesian hospitality with modern superyacht opulence.