The 30m Rascal has positioned herself as the top yacht in the Indonesian archipelago. The wooden yacht is a built of the Konjo master shipbuilders of South Sulawesi. With a touch of modern luxury operated by the region’s leading hospitality expert, Rascal offers a unique perspective to cruise Komodo, Raja Ampat and beyond. Go off the grid and experience the raw beauty of the East Indonesian archipelago the warmth of Indonesian culture.
With her Hamptons beach house style, Rascal was built for the ultimate barefoot fun! The yachts traditional Phinisi hull handcrafted from teak and ironwood, added tropical twists with brass and teak accents, turquoise and white hues, rattan ceilings and luxurious Charles Orchard furnishings. Inside, guests will find a stylish dining area, bar and lounge while the infinity roof deck sheltered the dining area on the aft deck allows for al fresco meals.
Rascal's five en-suite cabins set across two expansive, above-water decks with spacious ceiling heights. Large windows fill the room with natural sunlight and stunning views. The 5 cabisn come equipped with flat screen TV’s and Sonos music system. The Master suite on the upper deck opens onto a private balcony and is furnished with king bed - perfect for couples. There is alsoone other double cabin on the upper deck and three others on the main deck, one furnished with bunk beds – perfect for children or the young-at-heart. Overall, this arrangement makes it possible to accommodate up to ten guest, perfect for a group of family and/ or friends.
Rascal cruises to Komodo National Park from May to October and Raja Ampat from November to April. Guests may also request to sail anywhere between Bali and the Banda Islands at a reasonable relocation fee upon request. Rascal provides boutique itineraries to cater to your dream excursions are custom designed for guests down to every last personal detail on a private charter.
Rascal has established a good relationship with
Conservation International to fund the research and development initiatives in Raja Ampat,
Indonesia to raise awareness and protections of the species and the bio–diversity of the marine
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