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Jess McHugh
June 23, 2017

Thanks to a Dutch start-up, residents and visitors to London will be able to float down some of its canals in their own hot tub.

The company, called HotTug, created the wood-fired hot tub boat that can be sailed or powered by an engine.

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If you aren't afraid of the murky waters of Regent's Canal in London, you can take a dip in the water that is heated up to more than 100 degrees Fahrenheit. Boat rentals cost £220, or about $281.50, The Independent reported.

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Each boat fits up to seven people, and the spa party gets started July 12, according to Esquire. Alcohol is allowed, too, so hot tubbers can sip a beer as they relax. 

It's not the first time that an offbeat hot tub attraction has made its way to the U.K. capital. Hot tub cinemas took over London several years ago, allowing movie-goers to soak as they enjoyed the feature.

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