Camper & Nicholsons International tells us about the 65.2 metre Lamima, which is currently in the final stages of her construction in Indonesia, to a design by Marcelo Penna. The yacht, of which only renderings are available for now, will be available for charter in South East Asia, with CNI, for clients looking for a bit of adventure.
Her build began in 2012 when boat builders from Ara, Sulawesi, skillfully set about constructing the world's largest wooden sailing yacht. She offering the charm of an Indonesian two-masted phinisi with opulent luxuries of modern yacht design.
Lamima’s stunning interior is contemporary yet welcoming. 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.
The yacht is a Padi-diving centre and Padi instructor onboard - ideal for beginners or advance divers wishing to explore the phenomenal and biodiverse waters of Southeast Asia, and also onboard is an expert tour guide, whose deep understanding of the landscape - as well as local customs, culture and folklore.
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