La Datcha, commissioned by Russian billionaire Oleg Tinkov, is 253ft-long and charters at £665k a week
Icebreaker features a deep-sea submarine, 2 helipads, snowmobiles and on-board sauna and massage room
The ship, which cost £79.5million to build, can stay at sea for 40 days thanks to its advanced fuel system
The world's first private icebreaker ship with its own deep-sea submarine is now available to charter for £665,000 a week after it was commissioned by a Russian billionaire.
The 253ft long ship called La Datcha was commissioned by Russian billionaire Oleg Tinkov, 52, but is also available for private charter for the mega rich.
The vessel features a deep-sea submarine, two helipads and snowmobiles and can stay afloat without refuelling for 40 days