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Hot Tub Boat Machine


Behold, the world's first floating Jacuzzi bath.

The team at Hot Tug in The Netherlands have created a hot tub boat, which will easily ferry six to eight passengers whether or not the glass fibre-reinforced polyester hull is filled with water.

Heated by a wooden stove on board the water is guaranteed to be hot no matter how cold the water outside the boat is. It works as either a floating hot tub or a regular boat.

Prices start at approximately £7,000 for just the boat and go up to around £13,000 for an electric boat with a stainless steel wood burner and four Zenith batteries with eight of sailing.

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