Lamima offers guests absolute comfort and space, whether making use of the large daybeds, dining under the stars or simply relaxing in the breeze from their own secluded spot. She can accommodate 14 guests in seven spacious and elegant cabins, all with luxurious ensuite bathrooms. Lamima’s interior design is warm and inviting with an understated, contemporary Asian influence. Custom lighting adds to the ambiance at different times of the day. Internet service is available in all cabins for those who choose to stay connected and HDTV is in every room.
Lamima’s crew are handpicked from top Indonesian hospitality and marine institutions. Enjoy Asian and European cuisine from the gourmet chefs who take pride in sourcing the freshest, quality ingredients from top Indonesian suppliers, local markets and fishermen.
The onboard PADI dive-centre is fully equipped, whether you are an experienced or first-time diver wishing to complete the PADI certification course. The experienced PADI guides know the best diving locations in Indonesia, which are renowned for their marine biodiversity. Pamper yourself with a leisurely massage or treatment from two onboard Indonesian masseuses or enjoy a soul enriching yoga session on deck.
Lamima was built in Bira, South Sulawesi by master boat builders to the highest standards with supervision by an experienced European yacht captain. After construction in Bira, Lamima underwent an 18-month build out in Bangkok. Her onboard systems are truly a sight to behold. Designed by esteemed yacht designer Marcelo Penna of Barcelona to ensure her intrinsic strength and stability, he gave her a sail wardrobe intended to catch the trade winds of the Indonesian archipelago.
Lamima is the first yacht built in Indonesia with a RINA classification conforming to international maritime regulations. This certificate guarantees that the vessel has been constructed to the highest standards of safety, stability, fire protection and pollution prevention. A certified surveyor inspected and approved all stages of construction and a yearly survey ensures that the vessel continues to meet high RINA standards.