A charter in the region could take in the Norwegian Fjords, home to spectacular glaciers and the picturesque port towns of Bergen, Vik and Geiranger.
It would also be possible to visit the natural wonders and ice fields of Iceland as well as visiting Greenland to take in the majestic icebergs in Disko Bay and spot unusual arctic wildlife.
During this once in a life time trip, activities on offer will include whale watching, dog sledding, heli-skiing, hiking, kayaking, snowmobiling, river fishing and flight seeing.
Rory Trahair, head of marketing at Edmiston said: “As extreme sports and adventure go, heliskiing in some of the most remote and extraordinary landscapes with a superyacht as your base, has to be up there with one of the best.
“Bleu de Nimes offers every conceivable luxury and more than you would expect from a six star palace in Courchevel, while giving you the freedom to explore the bays, islands and fjords of Greenland and Norway. Whether your passion is skiing, fishing, kayaking, whale and bird watching or all of these, this truly represents a once in a lifetime trip”
The yacht is well equipped for adventure activities with two tenders, one for diving and one for fishing, under water scooter, water skis and jet skis.
Bleu de Nimes features six double cabins and three triple cabins, as well as a 21-person crew. She is available at a weekly rate of €250,000.