James Orr Heliski has launched the ultimate heliskiing trip to Greenland on the Cloudbreak super yacht.
In exclusive partnership with SuperYachtsMonaco, you could take your next heli skiing trip on the MV Cloudbreak – a 72.5m super yacht specially adapted to Arctic conditions.
Up to 12 guests, looked after by 22 staff
It was built in 2016 by German company Abeking & Rasmussen, has maximum speed of 15 knots and a range of 8,500 nautical miles, and is equipped with a helipad.
The MV Cloudbreak sleeps up to 12 guests in 6 bedrooms, who are looked after by a crew of 22, including a spa manager, physiotherapist and yoga instructor.
Access some of the most inaccessible mountains in the world
It is the ultimate base for a remote heliskiing adventure for those seeking an ultimate ‘007’ experience.
Guests will fly directly from the ship with mountain guides and be dropped on some of the most inaccessible mountains in the world.
After experiencing multiple heli-drops through the day, you will be flown back to relax in Christian Liaigre-designed interior where you can look forward to gourmet meals and fine wines every evening.
Luxury heli skiing experience costing around £1 million per week
The whole experience costs around £1 million per week depending on your requirements. That’s around £83,000 per person for a full complement of guests.
The ultimate experience for wealthy adventure seekers
James Orr sees the Cloudbreak as the ‘the ultimate experience for wealthy adventure seekers’:
“Heliskiing has a reputation for being expensive, and despite the fact we have heliskiing holidays costing around £2,000 per person, this one is on the other end of the scale completely.
“Greenland is a spectacular place to ski and the remoteness means that it’s possible to drop onto unclimbed mountains and make first descents.
“The ship itself is like a cross between the most advanced military hardware on the sea and a luxury 5* hotel – it really is completely unique”.
When can I book the Cloudbreak for heli skiing and how much is it?
Dates: April and May 2019
Cost: from £1 million including 7 nights’ accommodation, food and drinks, private helicopter, guide, staff
For further details, please contact James Orr on 0333 006 5816