LAMIMA: Sailing Southeast Asia with highest safety standard
Serene Sailing on Safe Seas
At Lamima, we pride ourselves on providing the best experiences with safety as our priority. With the desire and ambition to be Indonesia’s safest supreme yacht charter, Lamima was built to comply with RINA specifications and has maintained its class certification year after year.
Painstakingly planned and zealously built, every corner of Lamima has been verified compliant with guidelines set in place by RINA, an esteemed classification organization recognized worldwide that supports yacht owners to ensure their vessels are always safe to take out in the open sea. The certificate is given upon the fulfillment of many stringent requirements that minimizes the risks to human life, property, and the environment.
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Beyond the impeccable design style, Lamima marries the exemplary design with safety and efficiency. As the first level of audit, the design output of the naval architect already exhibits qualities of safety from its built and stability, equipment and functions, and enforced safety regulations for its crew.
Fitted with practical functions, the vessels of Lamima are built with fire-resistant materials and furnished with watertight bulkhead, watertight doors, remote-controlled bilge valves, and other valuable features that provide security and peace of mind within the experience of luxury.
Apart from the strategic design of its outer shell, the vessel’s heart and core must also project safety and security in every possible way. RINA rigorously surveys all involved equipment within the yacht’s build from engines to generators, pipes and valves, switchboards, electric cables, and computers to ensure it is fit for its extreme operations.
Safety drawings and equipment are approved by RINA and safety plans are highlighted in two visible locations within the yacht. Lamima’s yachts have detection networks, automatic extinguisher devices found in both the engine room and the Gallery, fire extinguishers set in strategic areas, and with a minimum capacity for fire pumps. To address flooding issues, the yacht is rigged out with bilge alarm, and with minimum capacity for bilge pumps and life rafts.
Upon actual building of the ship and after it has undergone sea trial, a stability test is automatically performed in order for RINA to issue a stability curve that ensures the yacht is stable in all possible conditions.
The conditions for safety do not only cover the built and functionality of the vessel and those certified by RINA are mandated to comply with the lowest CO2 emission possible. Sewage tanks are monitored and must go through an approved treatment plan before it is allowed to be discharged at sea. The same goes for bilge tanks as it undergoes a process of approval on oily water separator before it can be approved for discharge.
Minimum Manning Requirement and Crew Certification
Manned only by the most capable crew, RINA issues a minimum manning requirement that describes the minimum certificate required from every crew and this guarantees that every post is capably filled. Lamima goes above and beyond by ensuring that the main positions – Captain, First Mate, Chief Engineer, and First Engineer, are always above the minimum requirement.
Maintaining The Certification
After having passed all the tests and requirements, and upon obtaining the certification, a surveyor from the class comes every year to survey and verify if all requirements are valid, able to meet the minimum standards mandated by the class, and are maintained and well updated.
Lamima’s commitment to offering bespoke holistic experiences in some of the world’s purest and most authentic spots, aboard the most equipped and safest private yacht charter in Indonesia and Myanmar, is further improved by the quality standards of a RINA class certificate. A distinctive quest where timeless experiences are fused with utmost soundness.