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65 M


As the largest wooden sailing yacht ever built, the 65-metre Lamima is quite simply the epitome of luxury and launched in the exotic environs of Indonesia in 2014.

Designed by celebrated designer Marcelo Penna of Barcelona, Lamima combines ancient phinisi elegance with modern specs for the ultimate classic superyacht experience.

Lamima spends summer in Indonesia, cruising around Bali, Lombok and Komodo National Park, while winters are spent in southern Thailand and the Mergui archipelago off the coast of Burma.

With a dedicated crew of 20 onboard offering authentic Indonesian hospitality and special spa quarters, guests can relax and take in sunny mornings, tropical afternoons and exquisite evenings onboard one of the region’s most superbly designed and exclusive yachts.



The stunning interiors of Lamima combine an understated Asian influence with contemporary style. An opulent master cabin and six further air-conditioned suites are spacious and intertwine modern with the essence of Indonesian heritage. Each one features comfortable lounge areas, ample storage and leads to an ensuite bathroom.

Subtle ambient lighting and portholes feature throughout, while tech includes wifi is in every cabin, an HD TV and IPod docking stations, with a broad selection of DVDs for guests to enjoy.

Lamima’s saloon is a tranquil space, located on the main deck and fitted with a lounge, bar and inside dining alcove seating up to 14 guests. Outside, a sprawling lounge area serves as the central communal space, shaded by a fabric bimini with space for alfresco dining. In terms of dining, Indonesian gourmet chefs craft an array of delectable dishes using locally sourced produce.

The upper deck situated before the pilot house is kitted out with sun loungers with panoramic views of the surrounds, while guests can seek solitude on the main deck beside the bowsprit.

The stern of the main deck is a designated ‘relaxation quarter,’ in which a qualified pijit masseuse administers treatments and holds yoga sessions.



  • Meals & snacks
  • Soft drinks, juices, wine, beer & spirits
  • Crew & boat manager
  • Harbour and park fees
  • Local transfers
  • Fuel
  • Spa and beauty treatments (facial, manicure, pedicure)
  • 2 jet skis
  • 8 stand up paddleboards
  • 2 dugout canoes
  • Banana boat, donut, mapple
  • 6 surf boards
  • 2 kayaks
  • Wake board & 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)
  • Personal laundry
  • Wifi via satellite
  • Insurance for all watersport including diving
  • Immigration and customs fee for Myanmar
  • Yoga at sunrise each morning with yoga instructor



Lamima was built in 2013 and spans 65m with a beam of 11.2m and a draft of 3.6m. 7 cabins accommodate up to 14 guests. She has a maximum cruising speed of 10 knots.