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Why we like it
- Experienced and knowledgeable crew
- One of the very few five-star vessels registered under the Indonesian flag
- Exclusive sailing in all areas of the Indonesian waters
Lamima is one of the very few five-star charter vessels to be registered under the Indonesian flag, a requisite when sailing with clients in Indonesian waters. This provides further exclusivity for all of the amazing areas of the Indonesian waters and islands that she can explore with her guests.
Our consultant (Annie Jensen) really was excellent designing a great itinerary minimising our time waiting around for transfers and both hotels, Four Seasons Bali and Oberoi Lombok exceeded our exceptions.
- SL, Hertfordshire
Lamima offers pure, unadulterated luxury. She has been designed to accommodate her guests in absolute comfort, from the spacious daybeds, dining on deck under the stars or simply catching the breeze from a secluded spot on board. Accommodating up to 14 guests in seven elegant cabins – all en suite – Lamima has an incredible feeling of space. Specially designed lighting creates an atmospheric ambience depending on the time of day.
Dining on board is exceptional, with a gourmet chef and an assistant on board to cater to your every whim. Choose to dine in the dining room, eat alfresco on the main deck or find your own deserted white sand beach for a meal to remember. Two Balinese masseuses will be on hand to aid with your relaxation, while an on board PADI dive centre means you’ll be spoilt for choice with watersports. There’s jet skis, water skis, wakeboards, paddle boards, canoes and diving and snorkelling gear to tempt you into the marine-rich waters.
Denpasar (British Airways via Singapore, Thai Airways via Bangkok)
16 hours 30 minutes via Singapore
GMT +8 hours
Visa required for UK passport holders, issued on arrival
Yellow Fever certificate if arriving from an endemic area
Best time to travel
April - October
Indonesia is located very close to the Equator which means you have 12 hours of daylight daily. It is a year round destination with the western monsoon bringing the wet season from October to April providing nice, warm temperatures and rain in the afternoon, perfect for a nap, especially with a twist of sea-breeze in the coastal areas. The eastern monsoon brings the drier weather from May to September, which is generally a more popular time to visit
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