Last night, the annual World Superyacht Awards by Boat International was held in Monaco, celebrating the remarkable craftsmanship of superyachts across the globe. The exclusive event awarded Neptune trophies to categories across motor yachts and sailing yachts.
Imperial has the privilege to represent LA DATCHA, which received a highly coveted Judge's Special Award in the category Displacement Motor Yachts 1,600GT to 2,999GT. We are proud to be the Central Agent for this expedition superyacht.
Built to the highest standards by the prominent Dutch shipyard Damen Yachting, LA DATCHA (77-metres) was delivered in 2020. She is a striking expedition superyacht that is the perfect combination of ultra-luxurious amenities and good seakeeping characteristics at its core. The vessel is IMO Polar Code compliant, designed for global exploration. She is equipped to sail the seven seas with the level of cutting-edge technology and customisation. The ice-classed steel hull can resist the most adverse climates and travel to remote and rugged destinations.
This incredible SeaXplorer carries two helicopters that provide the flexibility to fly guests to secluded in-land destinations. It serves a great purpose for heli-skiing or visiting mountain rivers. In addition, the superyacht also has a dive centre and decompression chamber as well as a long list of thrilling toys such as a three-seater submersible, wave runners and snow scooters.
LA DATCHA is currently cruising in Kamchatka for her first charter season with Imperial.
Julia Stewart, General Director of Imperial Yachts comments: “LA DATCHA is a thrilling addition to Imperial’s Charter Fleet. With her impressive seakeeping characteristics, luxurious design, impeccable service and entertaining options she delivers an unforgettable charter experience in the most remote and unique destinations. We are proud to say that Imperial is the first company to organise a luxury charter in Far East Russia – one of the most hard-to-reach, yet incredibly beautiful destinations. The winter season 2021/2022 will be even more exiting – LA DATCHA will be cruising in Antarctica and it is already very difficult to find a free week in her schedule”.