Here’s some heartwarming news from Camper and Nicholsons International: The owner of the 214-foot custom sailing yacht Lamima is donating 50 percent of an August charter fee in Raja Ampat, Indonesia, to the local village of Sarong. The money will be used to build a new school, improve facilities and pay a teacher’s salary for a year.
The charter aboard Lamima will give guests a chance to visit Sarong so they can see how the money will be spent. The weekly base rate is $126,000, and it includes land transfers, onboard meals, ship’s bar, scuba diving and other water sports, spa treatments and massages, shore excursions and more.
Lamima is a 2014 build that accommodates 14 guests in seven staterooms, with 20 crew on board. Like many yachts in Indonesia, she is built entirely of wood, with some of the interior furniture and accent pieces feeling like hand-carved works of art.
Any reputable charter broker can tell you more about Lamima or help you book her this August in Indonesia to help the children of Sarong village get a new school.