East meets West aboard Indonesia’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. Décor wise, Rascal takes her cues from Hamptons-style beach houses, yet traces of the yacht’s meticulous three-year construction process—which made use of traditional techniques on Indonesian soil—remain evident.
Helmed by the folks behind Bali’s beloved Milk & Madu, Watercress, Ulekan Indonesian Cuisine, and Shmurger Burger, Rascal’s menu seeks to promote healthy eating without sacrificing taste. Wake up to 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, you’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 Watercress’ signature salad on the side. Dinner 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 won’t go unnoticed—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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