Built to cruise from the Arctic to Antarctica and certified Ice Class and IMO Polar Coded, the 77 metre La Datcha can explore such a wide range of destinations. Guests will be in awe of discovering the many different types of continents she’ll take them to. The stunning 77-metre vessel has joined the charter fleet of TWW yachts and is now ready to cruise the seven seas in 2024.
“I am hugely excited to announce La Datcha joining our charter fleet, where she will become our flagship charter yacht.” states James Graham-Cloete, Director Charter Management at TWW Yachts. He added “In a global market full of luxury yachts doing the usual Mediterranean, Caribbean and Bahamas itineraries, we are proud to represent this iconic expedition yacht. She is able to explore the more remote and inaccessible parts of the world. Whilst offering the ultimate in luxury and guest amenities.
Constructed to face and tame the wildest elements, La Datcha is not only a performing superyacht! She is also the epitome of luxury in the large sense of the word.
The scheduled 2024 itinerary ventures off the beaten track and explores less popular destinations that promise to offer unique adventures for charterers. They reveal unusual and endemic landscapes, cultures, flora and fauna that will provide unforgettable experiences and memories.
Having left Antarctica behind her, the yacht is available in the Sea of Cortez from now until June 2024. In July she is unavailable. But by August she will be cruising the waters of French Polynesia, the Solomon Islands, Papua New Guinea, and Australia where she will spend the early part of 2025. The Summer of that year will see her visit the Coral Sea, South Pacific, Micronesia and South East Asia.
Designed to accommodate 12 guests on board in 6 extravagant and luxury cabins including two master and one VIP, La Datcha also boasts spacious salons. And six decks allowing everyone on board to enjoy some privacy while still being able to spend time together.
Her relaxing and opulent interiors boast an entire wellness area including a jacuzzi on the deck and one inside and offers a Turkish Hamman, sauna, as well as a dedicated massage area so guests can unwind and get pampered by some of the most caring treatments.
There are 25 crew members onboard to manage the navigation and tend to the charterers’ desires. Amongst them, La Datcha’s Chef proposes that guests indulge their palate to flavours that draw their inspiration from local produce.
The chef on board will delight them with a gourmet cuisine worthy of a Michelin-starred restaurant tailored to their tastes and desires. Fortunately, guests can work off the calories and keep in shape thanks to a full gym with sea views.
The exploration of the wonders underwater is also a possibility as La Datcha boasts a certified dive centre equipped with a decompression chamber and a three-person TRITON submersible. Despite full diving equipment, the yacht also offers some of the latest toys such as seabobs, jet skis, bicycles, wakeboards, seaboards, kayaks, surfboards.
Endless possibilities for memorable adventures on the ocean, but also on land. To allow charterers to travel to and from the yacht easily, the vessel is equipped with a helipad along with two helicopters. La Datcha is fitted with enhanced fuel tanks and an improved refuse management system, which enables her to keep autonomy at sea for up to 40 days!
Such adventures in the lap of luxury do not come cheaply. Charter Rates range from £575,000 per week in high season down to £495,000 per week in low season.