A new way to enjoy the sauna in the great outdoors.
With the Harvia ATV Sauna, you can enjoy sauna bathing in the most inaccessible of places. The sauna trailer is easy to transport with an ATV on and off road, and the sauna accommodates up to four bathers.
Harvia M3 SL Heater
The ATV Sauna is equipped with a Harvia M3 SL wood-burning stove. The stove is easy to heat up from outside of the sauna and offers a great sauna bath even with a small amount of wood. The stove features a WL400 protective sheath, which significantly shortens its safety distances. The sauna experience is completed by a 22 litre pipe model water heater for ensuring excellent water heating while you bathe.
Made by Ultratec, the frame and shaft structure are extra reinforced. Insulation is provided by XPS thermal insulation boards between the inner wood panelling and steel panel exterior. Thanks to the shaft support leg, the sauna stays securely in place even on uneven terrain. Transportation is provided by strong four ply low pressure off-road tires.
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All Harvia outdoor saunas are manufactured to order and will be delivered within 2-4 weeks. Please ensure that there is suitable access to your property.
The shipping team will call to arrange a convenient time to deliver your new sauna.
It is recommended that prior to order you ensure that your property can accommodate an outdoor sauna; you will need the following in place:
A suitable concrete base for the sauna to be erected on.
A suitable electrical connection. Outdoor saunas require a lot of power, please ensure that adequate cabling is in place. It would be wise to have an electrician carry out a survey of your property prior to ordering so that you know what costs are involved.
Aqualine can provide assembly and electrical connection of the heater and lighting, this includes wiring within the sauna but the above works in bold text would not be included in this service. There are no restrictions on who can assemble a sauna, although we recommend that you use a builder or tradesperson with experience.
Only a qualified electrician should be allowed to install suitable cabling and connect the electrical components.