Russian billionaire’s ice-breaking superyacht includes everything from Turkish baths, submarines, helicopters, and a private hospital!


What’s your prized possession? Is it a car? Perhaps, a necklace? If you were a Russian billionaire like Oleg Tinkov then it would be La Datcha, the ice-creaking superyacht that costs $850,000 per week to rent. This 252-foot ice-breaking vessel is too cool for school as it comes equipped with helicopters, jet skis, additional boats, and a submarine making it the intelligent choice to travel to the most remote destinations of the planet like the Arctic and Antarctic. The luxury expedition yacht also includes a private hospital, Turkish spa and five-star amenities. No points for guessing it could be the most sought-after yacht to charter this year especially since all expeditions have been on hold till now. The bronze-colored superyacht was built by Damen and can power through 16-inch-thick ice yet it doesn’t compromise on its comfort and is replete with five-star luxury. Let’s explore the insides of what looks like a grand vessel ready to take on the world.


La Datcha, a Russian banker billionaire’s 252-foot superyacht is a thing of beauty both externally and internally with resort-like amenities and a 25-person crew to run the show.

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This 252-footer is powerful enough to cut through 16-inch-thick ice making it an ideal vessel to take you on an Antarctic adventure.


The ship is a fantastic invention that has an impressive equipment inventory that includes two helicopters with helideck and hangar, two snowmobiles, four jet-skis, a mini-submarine, a dive center too.


The superyacht boasts of features, equipment, and luxury in equal measures. Guests will find all of the commodious six suites complete with a walk-in dressing room and en suite bathroom.

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When the vessel drives you to the most exotic and remotest corners of Earth you need to indulge in the remarkable view which is why the observation lounge is one of the highlights of the superyacht with incredible full-height windows.


The lofty vessel is spread across six decks, which are accessed via a special glass-encased elevator. She can sleep 12 guests in six such excellent and luxuriously done up rooms.


Of the several onboard amenities, the ones that truly stand out are the Turkish bath and sauna. In addition to the aforementioned guests can revisit ultimate rejuvenation at the massage studio, gym, or Jacuzzi.


Such lavish bathrooms with separate sinks and opulence come attached in every suite making guests enjoy ultimate comforts in their expedition to the fullest.

[Via: Forbes]