With a contemporary beach cottage interior, Mischief is the height of classic Indonesian yacht built with tropical hardwoods with natural finishes. Ideal for cruising in Raja Ampat and beautiful Komodo, her lines are based on the traditional phinisi dating back from the days of the spice trade offering a unique barefoot luxury. Mischief is supported by an experienced crew of 6 including a cruise host, a private chef and a PADI-certified divemaster.

The Yacht

Launched in early 2016, the 30-metre luxury yacht was built by legendary Sulawesi shipbuilder. Snug and relax in the saloon featuring white wood panelling interior and plush seating areas or enjoy the views in her deck and alfresco lounge. 

Her neutral and light colour palette makes Mischief unique from other liveaboards in Indonesia. Her ample sleeping arrangements makes her the ideal boat to charter for families or groups of friends looking to experience modern luxury sailing around Indonesia’s pristine waters.

Yacht Cabins

Mischief is fitted with 3 en-suite cabins and can accommodate up to six guests. Three spacious cabins are located on the deck and can accommodate up to six guests and an additional twin cabin below deck that can accommodate two more extra staff or children on request. 

The cabins feature large windows that fill the rooms with natural sunlight. Accentuate the natural teak fittings. All cabins are also featuring a spacious walk-in wardrobe, power shower and eco-flush toilets. A 4th cabin is available for kids or extra staff on request.


Whether you are in the mood for diving, snorkelling, swimming, sunbathing or trekking, Mischief got you covered. Join her in Raja Ampat in November to April and Komodo National Park on May to October. 

You can also opt for a more adventurous off the beaten track exploring the waters around Bali to Ambon, where the famed spice island is. Additional water sports such as windsurfing, wakeboarding, and water-skiing are all available for guests on board.



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