Haji Baso and Haji Saka, 2014, 2014
$21,000 USD / night. Fully inclusive.
Lamima can relocate between Raja Ampat and Komodo/Flores in Indonesia. Relocation fees may apply.
Captain / Skipper
Ifan Ranggawulan has been leading the most famous Indonesian sailing boats all over Southeast Asia for the past 15 years. He has a wealth of local experience and leads with confidence. A true pioneer, he captained the first expedition boat throughout Indonesia plotting the dive sites and discovering new endemic marine life as they went. He is a great storyteller with a vivid imagination and loves to share tales of Indonesian folklore and his adventures at sea.
Lamima has been custom built with the specific intent of providing the ultimate in comfort, elegance, and safety while maintaining the warm ambiance of traditional Indonesian hospitality.
The yacht was designed in 2012 by esteemed yacht designer Marcelo Penna of Barcelona who, while retaining the elegance of the traditional vessels on which Lamima’s lines are based, has unobtrusively incorporated refinements to enhance her intrinsic strength and stability. He has also given her an impressive sail wardrobe designed to catch every breeze of the archipelago, thus creating a first-class sailing vessel with all the opulence of a super-yacht.
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 Pinisi) with the latest concepts in yacht design and technology – thus producing an exceptional vessel with a distinguished pedigree.
Annual dry dock technical maintenance combined with extensive wood reconditioning and varnishing.
Main strengths, special touch
Until now all superyachts were built in Europe or the US and the crew members are mostly westerners. Today, with Lamima, Indonesia has been put on the luxury charter map. Guests enjoy the traditional aspect of the yacht, the kindness, and warmth of the Indonesian crew, as well as all the highest quality of standard in terms of comfort and service you can expect from any superyacht.
From a guest’s first step on Lamima, they immersed in the Indonesian culture and instantly feel welcomed by the crew. Lamima was built with love and passion.
Lamima focuses mainly on remote and pristine areas encouraging enriching and authentic visits to local cultures such as West Papua (Eastern Indonesia) and Mergui Archipelago (Myanmar). Itineraries regularly include destinations such as Komodo, Alor, Raja Ampat, Myanmar and Thailand.
Lamima is the title holder for being the largest and biggest wooden sailing yacht in the world. She is the only Pinisi in Indonesia that holds and International Class certificate (RINA). The 48 m. twin masts are made from Oregon pine sourced in Canada, assembled in Barcelona and were then shipped to Bangkok to rig.
No age restriction on an exclusive charter.
Cabins and living space
Lamima’s interior, warmly inviting with an understated contemporary Asian influence, has been specifically designed to accommodate 14 guests in absolute comfort. Each of the 7 spacious and elegant cabins, furnished around a central theme of relaxed luxury with an undertone of Indonesian tradition, has a luxurious ensuite bathroom, comfortable seating, and ample storage for guests’ personal belongings. The Master Cabin is aft main deck and is spacious and bright. There are four cabins with king bed arrangements and two cabins outfitted with twin beds.
Lamima’s saloon, a haven of tranquility and comfort, is situated midship on the main deck. This spacious area is furnished with a bar and lounge as well as a vast dining table designed to comfortably seat fourteen people.
Forward of the saloon, shaded by a fabric Bimini, a large area has been custom designed for al fresco dining and lounging. The seats and the dining table can convert to large sun pads to make full use of this shaded area. Whether under sail or at anchor under the stars, it serves as the center for communal life aboard Lamima, the place to come together and make plans for the next adventure ashore.
Chef, Meals, Meals facilities, bars
Lamima’s Indonesian gourmet chefs take great pride in sourcing the freshest ingredients from high-quality Indonesian suppliers, local markets, and fishermen.
Recruited from reputable Indonesian hospitality and marine institutions, our crew enjoy the highest level of working conditions and this is evident in their commitment to your pleasure. The ambiance they create through their typical Indonesian warmth and attentive service ensures that each guest’s stay onboard Lamima is a superb experience. Not only will they create meals to delight your palate, but their service will also extend to sharing with you their experience of local culture and lore.
The stern section of this same deck has been designated as Lamima’s ‘relaxation quarter’. Here, in total privacy, the expert hands of our qualified Pijat masseuses will soothe your body after a day spent enjoying watersports or onboard activities. Guests can enjoy different spa treatments and massages, including Balinese, Shiatsu, Sport, Foot and Abhyanga, throughout the day as one of the many services LAMIMA has to offer.
Should solitude be sought, or the need arise for a private tête-à-tête, a small zone of comfort and intimacy has been designed for this purpose far forward on the main deck at the base of the bowsprit.
Extra notable features:
Water sports include jet skis, 3 tenders, snorkel and SCUBA gear for 14 guests, Wakeboard, water-skis, 6x SUP, surfboards and kayaks as well as Jukungs and some inflatable toys for good measure.
Lamima’s crew includes a PADI Instructor and Dive Master. For those who are certified there is also Nitrox compressor allowing guests to max out their bottom time in safety. Open Water SCUBA certification is possible with prior notice.
Voted ‘Best Crew in South East Asia’ by Camper and Nicholsons