Originally commissioned by a Russian entrepreneur and billionaire, La Datcha 77 is a 252’ arctic-grade superyacht that was built by elite Dutch outfit, Damen Yachts. With a fully-fortified hull and reinforced superstructure, this yacht’s icebreaker-status enables it to crack through sea ice as thick as 16” ultimately allowing it to explore arctic locales that regular superyachts wouldn’t dare venture to — all while sporting some very plush amenities.
Boasting seriously well-appointed luxury accommodations for up to a dozen guest including two master cabins and two VIP suites, the six-deck boat packs an indoor jacuzzi, outdoor jacuzzi, full gym, sauna, steam bath, massage room, multiple helicopter hangars, a dive center, a decompression chamber for either of the two submersibles the vessel carries, plus a pair of snow scooters and jet skis. This expedition superyacht is available for rent, though the cost is reportedly a staggering $850,000 a week — or a little over $10,000 a head per day — and that’s before factoring in the cost of the more than two-dozen crew that the vessel requires to operate. For more information, to make reservations, or just see more photos of this incredible ship, you can check out the link to the La Datcha 77 website below.
HiConsumption is reader-supported. When you buy through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more