Explore the Indonesian archipelago in style when you charter this phinisi superyacht
The phinisi, a traditional Indonesian two-masted sailing ship, was rigged up for war in the days of yore. Today, they're charting a very different trajectory as vessels for pure hedonism. Take for example Rascal, the latest 103-feet superyacht modelled after the stylings of a phinisi, but decked out with all the creature comforts you would expect from a five-star hotel. Think five above-deck cabins with en-suite bathrooms, state-of-the-art audio visual systems, and Hamptons-worthy decor accented with brass hardware and rattan ceilings.
While the infinity roof deck sets the stage for languid tanning sessions, the al-fresco dining area is where you'll settle down for meals crafted by the good folk behind Bali's Watercrss restaurant while knocking back glasses of Rascal Rum — a bespoke pour blended by the award-winning mixologists from Proof & Company.
Rascal will be available for private charters around Indonesia's stunning archipelago from January 2017.