The man behind the boat, Erlend Mogård-Larsen, has become known for innovative concepts across Norway. From sauna-based social hubs in Oslo, to rock festivals and giant food halls, Mogård-Larsen has a knack for coming up with new ideas and making them a very successful reality. So, when he found himself having bought a 50-yearold worn-down fishing boat, there was only one thing to do: work hard. To help with the project, Mogård-Larsen hired renowned Finnish architect Sami Rintala and Norwegian boat builder Gunnar Eldjarn to redesign and rebuild the interior of the boat. The result is a 70-foot-long experience and wellbeing boat containing a zen lounge, a Turkish steam bath – also known as a Hamam – a wood-fired Finnish sauna, an on-deck hot tub filled with sea water, and a restaurant serving fresh seasonal food.