Fusing tropical materials and casual beach cottage style, Mischief is both spacious and elegant, with a combination of double and twin cabins making her ideal for families or friends looking to sail around Indonesia’s islands in the utmost comfort.
Details such as a fantastic galley (ideal for cooking lessons with the two chefs), commitment to eco-friendly materials and comfortable crew areas make Mischief an excellent choice for family gathering or an amazing couples’ charter in Indonesia.
Mischief features three spacious air-conditioned en-suite cabins, all of which are uniquely positioned above deck and feature large windows, making the most of Indonesia’s spectacular landscapes.
The master cabin is located on the upper deck with a private aft facing terrace, while on the main deck there is one double cabin and one twin cabin. With plenty of natural light, all cabins feature natural teak floors and a neutral colour palette of creams with hints of red found in the textiles. Each en-suite bathroom includes a power shower and his and hers vanities.
A large, airy lounge and bar area complete the interior, with a casual chic ambiance enhanced with white wood panelling, hemp rugs and soft furnishings. Outside on the wrap-around deck, there’s ample space for relaxing alfresco with forward facing settees placed on the upper and main deck with exceptional views and ample privacy. Effort has gone in to ensuring that Mischief’s environmental impact is kept to a minimum, with a bio-treatment plant installed onboard.
A large dining area is located on the aft deck, where the Indonesian chef serves a combination of local cuisine and western dishes. Mischief’s menus are curated by British-born chef Stephen Moore, who has cooked in some of the world’s best fine dining restaurants, hotels and resorts for more than 20 years, including time spent at Barcelona’s Michelin Star restaurant El Raco De Can Fabes and Bali-based Ku De Ta. Paired with an Indonesian sous-chef, Mischief offers a fantastic culinary experience pairing contemporary cuisine with Asian flair.
Mischief’s interiors have been extraordinarily well thought out – even the beds are placed at the perfect height to take in the spectacular views and the yacht feels very much like a floating boutique hotel.
Cruise director Herry has in depth experience guiding for visiting superyachts, and his Indonesian heritage means he is perfectly placed to negotiate the very best anchorages and take guests to some of his favourite secret spots.
4G wifi (when available)
Snorkelling & diving equipment
|Length||30.00 m (98 ft)|
|Beam||7.80 m (26 ft)|
|Draft||3.30 m (11 ft)|
|Cruising speed||7 knots|
|Max speed||9 knots|
|Interior designer||Francesco Paszkowski|
“This week has been the most incredible experience in our travel lives. The crew looked after us with care, love and respect, making us feel part of a big happy family. There are no words to describe the food, always fresh and fantastically presented. The stunning scenery was made even more spectacular by the experience onboard Mischief, with the crew making sure that we had the beautiful anchorages.”
“Our 15th wedding anniversary trip was the most magical six nights aboard Mischief. We are already planning our next trip. Not sure how long we can live without hopping aboard for the next adventure!”
“The Wayag Islands were possibly the most breath-taking place we have ever been to. We felt they were ours for 3 days, just the occasional local boat whizzed by. The diving was sublime and the firefly experience was celestial. We kayaked for hours in the lagoons never seeing a soul. A once in a lifetime experience onboard Mischief, beyond any dream.”
“Mischief - what a great structure & design! Loved living high with amazing views. The master cabin design is very well thought out, a welcome reprieve in the heat. A very special mention has to be made for the cruise director Herry. We loved his ‘no problem, can do’ attitude. He is one of the best customer service individuals we have ever come across.”