The world’s first floating hot tub is coming to London this summer

 
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The hot tub can be yours for 90 minutes - for just £220 (Source: HotTug UK)

Want to join the wild swimming craze but don’t fancy immersing yourself in freezing water? Now you can have the best of both worlds, with a new crowdfunding campaign aimed at bringing world’s first floating hot tub to London this summer.

HotTug UK wants to bring its floating jacuzzi to the capital by raising £10,000 through its crowdfunding campaign to get the project started. So far it has raised over 50 per cent in the week since it kicked off.

The boat-shaped tub measures at 3.8m by 2m, is heated at 38 degrees and can be operated by users. The vessel is powered by an electric engine and will be stationed in Old Street at the “HotTug House”.

Each session in the tub lasts 90 minutes and can accommodate up to seven guests at one time. If that sort of thing sounds enticing, the experience will cost £220 per session and can be enjoyed by people of all ages.

Not in London this summer? Organisers hope to bring The HotTug to sites across the UK and Ireland in the near future.

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