The Perfect Private Yacht for Weddings, Parties and Everything in Between

Indonesia’s youngest Phinisi superyacht has been born, and is already making waves on the sailing scene.

Rascal, both by name and nature, vows to live up to her moniker as she gears up to take guests on an experiential journey around Indonesia’s stunning archipelago. Built on Indonesian sand using local ironwood and teak for an indigenous structure, a skilled design team exercised century old technique to handcraft the 103ft vessel. A true combination of East meets West, Rascal showcases the latest in Western boating technology – the result: a cutting-edge contemporary superyacht that possesses the soul and secrets of a traditional Indonesian Phinisi sailing boat.

The only superyacht in Indonesia with all five spacious cabins above water, the bedrooms stretch across two expansive decks. Each cabin boasts high ceilings, ocean views, en-suite bathrooms, a private terrace, and state of the art audio visual systems. A vast 1,280 square foot, unenclosed infinity roof deck provides ample sunbathing space by day and an al-fresco moonlit cinema by night. Rascal’s New York Hamptons meets tropical luxe style finishings exude laidback luxury; eclectic and chic, with brass hardware, rattan ceilings and cabins with their own individual charm thanks to local interior designers, iBalDesigns, and furniture by internationally recognised Charles Orchard.

Rascal is the mastermind of an enigmatic lineup of Asia based, boundary pushing pace setters – a passionate yet elusive team who share a desire to explore the hidden corners of Southeast Asia’s waters in uninhibited style. Having enlisted the services of the ‘cool-kids’ in culinary and entertainment talent, whose names need no introduction, the Rascal hospitality experience is fast garnering one of the region’s most sought-after waiting lists. Nutritious, fresh menus by Bali’s famous Watercress restaurant, cocktails and a bespoke house Rascal Rum crafted by the award-winning Proof & Company mixologists, and onboard activity provided by the world’s surfing, snorkeling and diving elite – each trip is tailored exclusively and depicts a concoction of each of the Rascals bold and collaborative imaginations.

Available from January for private charters only, Rascal offers her guests complete control to curate their bespoke itinerary – enabling them to design their dream voyage from start to finish. From off radar island destinations to under surface marine life immersions, on-deck degustation to rooftop midnight stargazing, everything is provided with casual, barefoot freedom and fun.

No two charters are the same and each Rascal voyage dares to defeat her last. Rascal operates with just one rule – If coconuts don’t grow there, she won’t go there. Rascal is available for private charter only – each charter is tailor made Nightly rates start at USD$8,500 (full board) and vary depending on itinerary and season


Information is extracted from Press Release issued by Rascal

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