Finnish inventor sails to Estonia in a bathtub raft – but loses his barbecue overboard during the 56-mile journey
- Janne Kapylehto and his friends sailed 56 miles from Helsinki to Tallinn, Estonia
- The inventor created a hot tub raft to transport him over the Gulf of Finland
- The adventurers had to struggle with four-foot high seas and 20 mph wind
- Last year Kapylehto did the same trip with a sauna attached to his raft
A Finnish inventor has a bathtub on a raft sailing 56 miles across the open ocean between Helsinki and Tallin.
Janne Kapylehto and two friends made the trip in his self-made raft, in the 1200-liter bathtub filled with water.
The journey lasted almost 11 hours because they were confronted with four meter high waves and 20 miles per hour wind.
Janne Kapylehto and two friends made the trip in his home-made raft, in the 1200-liter bathtub filled with water
The crew spent nearly 11 hours crossing the Gulf of Finland in their home-made ship
Last year Kapylehto completed the same trip on a raft with its own sauna
To meet the conditions, Kapylehto assembled his ship with two engines and had additional solar panels to power the navigation system.
According to Euronews, he had previously done the trip in 2018 – this time using a sauna on the raft. He said: [The hot tub] wasn't completely [so] full during the crossing, because of course with the waves the water would just go all over the place but, shhh, don't tell anyone, we filled the hot tub again just before landing, so that we would make a stylish arrival with a full, hot hot tub. & # 39;
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