Secluded bays and lagoons are tucked away in the archipelagos. Some are too shallow to allow a deep-keeled vessel to enter and so have never been visited by foreigners, but Lamima’s jet-propelled tender enable her passengers to explore and photograph these hidden jewels.
The tenders also enable guests to explore ashore, in fact there is no limit to the excursions, watersports and activities you will be able to enjoy while cruising these pristine waters with Lamima.
When the allure of the daytime activities wanes come back on board to revitalise, refuel, enjoy a massage or surrender to a spa treatment before getting ready for the romance of an evening afloat under a starry tropical sky.
Experience the exhilarating speed of a wakeboard towed behind Lamima’s jet-propelled tender or the thrill of a jet-ski skimming over the sapphire surface of a lagoon.
However, if you are more of a meditative traveller, you may be happier to revitalise your spirit gliding through the sunset on a stand-up paddleboard or drifting slowly along in one of our jukungs (Indonesian canoes). Whether you choose to snorkel a lagoon’s underwater delights, speed away over its surface or paddle around its edges, you can be sure that every item of watersport equipment aboard Lamima meets the most stringent safety regulations.
Immerse yourself with the local culture and tradition of Southeast Asia such as Indonesia, Thailand and Myanmar. Our cruise guide will lead you to discover authentic local community with their ancestral art craft.
Having access to Lamima’s state-of-the-art equipment also makes shore excursions easy. Take time out to beachcomb isolated shorelines, enter unexplored caves or observe native fauna and flora at your leisure.
Our experienced local cruise guide will lead you to view the wildlife and flora, sharing his knowledge and insight into the delicate balance of coexistence between humans and nature.
Guests who travel with us to Komodo and Flores will also have the opportunity to view the world’s largest specie of carnivorous lizard, the Komodo dragon, in its native habitat and local culture.
No luxury cruise is worthy of the name unless it affords ample opportunity for relaxation. Lamima’s ensuite cabins are so well equipped for your every comfort that you may be tempted to take up residence there but if you want to enjoy the tropical breezes you could venture outside where luxurious private day beds, shaded by a fabric bimini, invite you to enjoy the ambiance and the passing scenery.
Venturing a deck higher you will find the area forward of the pilot-house is also dedicated to inactivity. Let time stand still while you sunbathe or simply lounge here with a book from Lamima’s library.
If you seek solitude or the need arises for a private tête-à-tête a small zone of comfort and intimacy has been designed far forward on the main deck at the base of the bowsprit.
Whether under sail or at anchor beneath the stars, Lamima’s guests will delight in the sheer pleasure of doing nothing other than turn the pages of a book, sleep, chat or contemplate the joys of living the dream.