Hand crafted by Indonesian shipwrights using teak and iron, Rascal emerged as a super yacht with a nod to tradition on the outside, but with an ultra-contemporary beach-chic interior.
All 5 cabins are situated above deck with large windows, high ceilings and en-suite bathrooms. Two cabins are located on the upper deck, each with queen beds and one leading out to an upper aft private deck. On the main deck you will find the 3 additional cabins, each with a queen bed and one with an additional single bunk bed. All cabins have a flatscreen TV, interactive music systems and universal electrical sockets.
Plenty of communal space means comfortable living and Rascal provides it in spades. Inside there is a bar and dining area, whilst out on deck there is a lounge area and spacious dining area topped off with a vast infinity roof deck for sunbathing, dolphin and whale watching.
Rascal Voyages has a strong environmental focus and has teamed up with Conservation International, a global non-profit working to safeguard the earth’s precious ecosystems. Over the years, CI has helped protect more than 600 million hectares of land, marine and coastal area. Since 1991, CI in Indonesia has worked in partnership with the Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries to safeguard marine resources so that Indonesians may thrive.
Rascal’s crew totals 10, including a western cruise director, dive guide and private chef.
- Length: 31m – Phinisi
- Built: 2015
- Beam: 2.4m
- Width: 7.4m
- Max speed: 10 knots
- No. Cabins: 5
- Sleeps: 10+1
- Crew: 10