East meets West aboard Indonesiaâ€™s 31-meter Phinisi superyacht, which boasts tailor-made private excursions, five double en-suite guest cabins with all the mod cons, a clutch of spacious communal spaces, and tasty culinary offerings. DĂ©cor wise, Rascal takes her cues from Hamptons-style beach houses, yet traces of the yachtâ€™s meticulous three-year construction processâ€”which made use of traditional techniques on Indonesian soilâ€”remain evident.
Helmed by the folks behind Baliâ€™s beloved Milk & Madu, Watercress, Ulekan Indonesian Cuisine, and Shmurger Burger, Rascalâ€™s menu seeksÂ to promote healthy eating without sacrificing taste. Wake up toÂ an assortment of fresh fruit, pastries, and granola bowls as you prepare for a day of water based adventures. Those craving something a little bit more indulgent should go for the breakfast-in-bed option, which includes omelette and buttermilk hotcakes. By lunchtime, youâ€™ll get to enjoy a barbecue with sand between your toes. Expect a spread of bruschetta with cherry tomato and Spanish onions, and grilled mahi-mahi with Watercressâ€™ signature salad on the side. DinnerÂ promises to be as memorable of an affair, with dishes like fire-roasted leek and chicken soup, and sunset views to boot. On movie nights, passengers can enjoy wine-cheese pairings or sweet treats like salted caramel and chocolate mousse. Special occasions wonâ€™t go unnoticedâ€”celebrate with an all-day feast of fresh seafood and salads, and wash it down with a cocktail or two.
Available only for private charters, Rascal’s nightly rates start from US$8,500. Those who book a three-night charter will get a fourth night free, provided that they make their bookings by the end of February for trips between now and June 2017.
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