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The Yacht


Rascal is 30 metre hand-crafted ironwood and teak yacht designed especially for cruising the Indonesian archipelago. Built by the region’s most reputable phinisi shipbuilder, the traditional phinisi hull architecture has been reinvented and fitted with all the mod cons to create an innovative and luxurious onboard experience.

Each of our five unique en suite, above deck, air conditioned cabins offer spacious 2.2m ceiling heights and hand-crafted interiors designed by the renowned Charles Orchard of iBal Designs. The well-appointed cabins come equipped with flat screen TV’s, Sonos music systems and universal electric sockets. Spacious en suite bathrooms with tailor-made fittings and abundant hot water ensure there is no compromise on comfort or space throughout.


Snorkel, surf, gently paddle the waters, or watch a movie under the stars on our expansive top deck, at Rascal there’s never a dull moment on board or off. We’ve packed our yacht with the latest equipment to keep our guests active, entertained or relaxed, whatever their inclination. Below are some details of the equipment, all included in your voyage.

Snorkles & Masks
x2 Tenders/ Inflatable Boats
Dive Gear & Compressors
Surf Boards
Sea Kayaks
Fishing Equipment
Standup Paddleboards
Inflatable Towable Biscuits
Water Skis & Wakeboard
Board Games & Cards
Yoga Mat
Cinema/Movie Library
Sonos & Music System
TVs & DVD Players
Sunscreen & Aloe Vera


Our onboard private chef prepares each meal to cater for the specific tastes and dietary requirements of the guests, combining Indonesian and Western flavours for inspiration. Top quality ingredients are hand-picked by our chef from local markets, prepared lovingly using the best of Asian and international traditions. Furthermore, we provide a range of freshly pressed juices and a fully-stocked bar, complete with a specially-commissioned cocktail list tended by our very own trained barman.


Rascal, our first phinisi has been in operation for nearly two years. Two further yachts are currently under construction and are on schedule for completion in 2020 – one will service the Indonesian waters alongside Rascal whilst the other, depending on the monsoon winds, will voyage between a Thailand-Myanmar route and Singapore-Malaysia route, plying the Eastern seaboard of the Malaysian coast with destinations such as Pulau Rawa, Tioman, Redang and Perhentian all within scope. A further three yachts will come online by 2022, accessing the Indian Ocean and opening up possible destinations such as The Maldives and Cambodia.