The 52m/172ft superyacht MISCHIEF is offering a glamorous alternative to enjoying the Rugby World Cup later this month.
Pedigree Baglietto MISCHIEF (ex ‘Blue Scorpion’) will be berthed at London’s Canary Wharf from 30 September to 1 November during the upcoming Rugby World Cup. She is offering the opportunity for a match day charter, as well as cocktail parties and Michelin-starred pop up dining evenings.
The Francesco Paszkowski-designed superyacht provides a sophisticated, ‘Zen’-like setting for experiencing one of the rugby’s biggest events, styled with sleek, light wood-panelling and a series of modern artworks. She was extensively refitted in 2013 to offer the most state-of-the-art surroundings possible for charter clientele.
The prime spot for enjoying match day will be her spacious saloon’s 50’ Plasma screen television, with further audio-visual systems also found in her guest rooms. Charter yacht MISCHIEF accommodates up to 12 people in 6 staterooms, including a lavish full-beam master suite with its own private office, as well as three double cabins and two twin cabins.
Boasting vast outdoor space for hosting, her three decks are appointed with al fresco dining areas and comfy seating areas, with a sundeck Jacuzzi the focal point of her luxury. The utmost stability is ensured for all guests on board thanks to Naiad Zero Speed Stabilizers.
Chefs including Guillaume Brahimi, Sat Bains, Neil Perry, Shannon Bennett and Claude Bosi, will be on hand to serve up an exquisite six course menu for guests throughout the superyacht’s series of “Warm up Wednesdays.” The events will be hosted by rugby legends such as Lawrence Dallaglio, Matt Dawson and Dan Luger in London.
Usually offered for charter at a weekly rate starting at £150,000 (€205,000), prices for private hire will start at £590 (excluding VAT), with “Warm Up Wednesday” events prices at £990 per person (excluding VAT) to enjoy a special Rugby World Cup on board M/Y MISCHIEF.
For more information on renting MISCHIEF, please get in touch with your preferred yacht charter broker.
berthed at London’s Canary Wharf from 30 September to 1 November during the upcoming Rugby World Cup.