Komodo and Flores, Indonesia
At a Glance
At 65m, Lamima is the world's largest yacht, perfect for that special occasion
Cleverly designed by Marcelo Penna, Lamima is the ultimate superyacht
With space to accommodate up to 14 people comfortably, guests will be looked after by a team of 19 staff
Expect spectacular scenery, incredible snorkeling and diving whilst enjoying the luxury of Lamima
A stay on board Lamima includes all shore excursions, watersports and fine dining
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Straddling the equator, Indonesia tends to have a fairly even climate year-round. Rather than four seasons, Indonesia has two – wet and dry – and there are no extremes of temperature between winter and summer. Given the different climates throughout the archipelago, the vessel is able to operate different expeditions at different times of year. Between either October or November (depending on weather) until May, Lamima operates expeditions to explore the magical waters of Raja Ampat, and from June to October, the expedition changes course for the mythical islands of Komodo and Flores.
Call us on 858 345 1762 to start planning your vacation to Lamima or take a look at our itineraries to Komodo and Flores
Enjoy a one in a lifetime journey across Indonesia on Lamima, the world's largest wooden sailing yacht. At 65m, this charming sailboat can take up to fourteen guests on an incredible private charter through Raja Ampat or the islands of Komodo and Flores.
Sail the South Asia seas on board Lamima, a two-masted phinisi which comprises seven luxurious cabins. Different routes will take you on a exhilarating journey around the Mergui Achipelago in Burma, through the Andaman Sea in Thailand or through Indonesia discovering either Raja Ampat or Flores, Komodo and the surrounding islands. Choose to charter the entire yacht for your own private use, or book a cabin on one of the boat's set departure dates.
The vision for Lamima came from Marcelo Penna, a yacht designer from Barcelona. Built on Sulawesi island by a skilled and dedicated team, this extraordinary superyacht took a painstaking three years to create. The result of this remarkable project, one of the finest modern yachts of its kind; guests can expect a traditional Indonesian sailboat but with all the modern conveniences you'd expect.
On board you feel instantly welcomed by the nineteen-man crew. Guests will be extremely well looked after by the staff which includes expert dive instructors, spa therapists and a chef who will create a mix of Indonesian and European dishes to delight. Long lazy lunches and sunset beach barbecues make for some perfect downtime during your adventure. With ample space to relax and lounge in the library or under the stars on deck, end an action packed day delighting in the pleasure of doing nothing.
Inside the boat, the seven double cabins are lavish and comfortable. Divided up into the opulent master cabin, four double and two twin cabins, Lamima is the perfect choice to celebrate a special occasion with your loved ones. The yacht can be exclusively hired or guests can opt for one of the shared charters, the choice is yours. Perfect for both sailors and non-sailors, Lamima offers comfort that is much more akin to a villa or hotel than an average yacht.
On your journey through Indonesia you can visit active volcanoes, desolate and pink sandy beaches, enjoy diving with manta rays or hiking some incredible trails on search of the Komodo dragon. Get a real sense of this extraordinary region, the rugged, unspoiled landscapes and glimpses of dolphins swimming alongside the boat a common sight. Guests on all Lamima charters will have full use of all the watersports equipment from jet skis to paddleboards and diving and snorkeling equipment which your PADI instructor can help you with. Lamima allows guests to spend their days exploring exquisite archipelagos, discovering the marine life of the world's best diving destinations and wildlife that inhabit these outstanding volcanic landscapes.
Lamima can be exclusively hired or guests can book a cabin on one of the boat's shared charters. Please ask one of our Travel Consultants for Lamima's departure dates.
There are seven cabins on board which includes one master cabin with its own dressing room, four double cabins and two twin cabin. All cabins are spacious and include en suite bathrooms.
Unfortunately due to the nature of this type of trip, Lamima does not allow children.
On board guests will enjoy dining on the deck shaded by a fabric Bimini, perfect for alfresco dining. The saloon comfortably seats fourteen people whilst at the back of the boat the relaxation quarter allows total privacy where guests can enjoy different spa treatments and massages throughout the day. On the upper deck sun mattresses provide the perfect sunbathing spot.
Activities on board Lamima include the spa area where guests can enjoy numerous treatments, all included in their stay. Morning yoga sessions are popular with guests before a delicious breakfast. The use of all water sports equipment is also for guests' exclusive use as well as any shore excursions. Shore excursions vary depending on your route and the weather, but could include visits to active volcanoes, local villages and both wildlife explorations and snorkeling in search of some incredible marine life.
Diving in Indonesia is world-class and it is likely you will encounter impressive coral, turtles, manta rays, sea snakes and even sharks on a dive with your Lamima diving instructor. The equipment on board is excellent ensuring both novice and experienced divers are well-catered for with PADI training and Nitrox diving available.
Day 1 - From Flores to Komodo with Lamima
Your first day on board Lamima will take you from Labuan Bajo to Muont Sangeang. Sail across the Flores Sea to visit this active volcano, offering stunning vistas.
Day 2 - From Flores to Komodo with Lamima
Awake on your second day aboard Lamima to a delicious breakfast followed by a visit to Gili Banta Island. This collapsed volcano boasts beautiful desolate beaches and a beautiful bay, the perfect spot to stop for lunch and enjoy some watersports.
Day 7 - From Flores to Komodo with Lamima
On your last day on Lamima you will enjoy a farewell breakfast and dip in the aquamarine waters before heading back to Labuan Bajo.
Days 3 & 4 - From Flores to Komodo with Lamima
Just north of Komodo Island, Gili Lawa offers world-class scuba diving and snorkeling. Get active in the afternoon hiking up to some panoramic viewpoints in time for sunset before heading back for a delicious evening meal prepared by the chef.
Days 5 & 6 - From Flores to Komodo with Lamima
Days 5 and 6 will be spent exploring the wonders of Komodo National Park and its neighboring islands. Highlights include a visit to Red Beach famed for its pink hues, catching a glimpse of the Komodo dragon and cocktails on the beach of Rinca Island.
Location & directions
Komodo and Flores, Indonesia
Lamima sails through different destinations through Indonesia. From Flores to Komodo National Park or Raja Ampat's hidden lagoons and white-sandy beaches off Sorong. Please note that Lamima operates in seasons, depending on the weather.
How to get there
All expeditions require a short domestic flight from Bali to some of the smaller outlying islands in the Indonesian Archipelago. For Komodo Island expeditions, fly from Bali to Labuan Bajo. For the Raja Ampat expeditions, fly from Bali to Sorong.