One of the World’s Largest Wooden Sailing Yachts
Stretching 65 meters from bow to stern, Lamima is among the largest wooden sailing yachts in the world. Her exquisite design fuses classic Phinisi elegance with contemporary innovation and comes courtesy of Barcelona-based yacht interiors specialist Marcelo Penna.
The construction of Lamima was entrusted to the skillful traditional boat builders of Ara, Sulawesi. In crafting the vessel, they succeeded in combining the authenticity and charm of the Indonesian two-masted trading ship of yore (the phinisi) with the latest concepts in yacht design and technology – thus producing an exceptional vessel with a distinguished pedigree.
The onboard accommodation comprises a particularly grand master suite and six air-conditioned cabins, all equipped with ensuite bathroom, private lounge space and plenty of storage units. Mod cons such as Wi-Fi, HD TV, a movie library, and iPod docking stations come as standard. On the main deck, you’ll find a lounge, fully-stocked bar, and indoor dining area with room for 14 guests. On the top deck, there’s a shaded lounge, yoga deck, and sun terrace with reclining loungers.
The yacht’s onboard chef promotes a ‘local-is-best’ philosophy, serving up fresh and flavorful dishes inspired by Lamima’s many destinations.
As well as Indonesia, Lamima is available for charter to the Mergui Islands in Myanmar and the Andaman Sea area of Thailand.
Equipment & Toys:
- 2 x jet skis
- 8 x stand up paddleboards
- 2 dugout canoes
- Banana boat, donut
- 6 x surfboards
- 2 x kayaks
- Wakeboards & water skis
- 3 tenders (10,2 m with 400 hp jet drive, 7 m with 100 hp and 5 m with 40 hp)
- Diving & snorkelling gear for 14 (including nitrox)