Indonesia’s first ever Phinisi superyacht is making waves with its recent unveiling – Rascal, as her moniker goes, promises to be a rebellious yacht as she gears up on an experiential adventure across the stunning archipelago of Indonesia. The new yacht exemplifies the contemporary meeting of East and West, in a traditional Phinisi sailing boat with a modern take.
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The stunning superyacht was built on local sand, over a three-year construction with Indonesian ironwood and teak for a native structure. The 103ft vessel is the work of a skilled design team which retained a century-old technique which involved meticulous handcrafting.
Besides a variety of lavish indoor and outdoor spaces to lounge in, Rascal has a spaciousness that accommodates about five double en-suite guest cabins – the first and only one in Indonesia that allows for all five cabins to be above water, across two roomy decks. High ceilings, a private terrace, en-suite bathrooms and an uninterrupted vista of the ocean are offered in every cabin, with of course, state-of-the-art audio visual systems.
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Guests can also expect (and are even encouraged) to enjoy their very own, exclusively tailored charter experience courtesy of the bold imagination of Rascal, whilst they indulge in excellent, fresh menu’s from Bali’s famous Watercress restaurant or tantalizing tipples. One can also try the cool bespoke house RascalRum by the award-winning Proof & Company mixologists.
Rascal is available for private charters only from January 2017, with an option to completely curate your own itinerary, with the dream voyage of your own design from the moment the yacht sails to her return. Nightly rates start at US$$8,500 (S$12,300) depending on the season and itinerary. A complimentary night is extended for every three nights if charters are booked between January and June 2017, with bookings made by the end of February 2017.
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