Hot Tubs Engineered for the World’s Harshest Climates

MCKINLEY – Classic Series


Equipment Location


arcticspas Equipment Location McKinley EcoPak
INYE Spa Pack
arcticspas Equipment Location McKinley INYE Spa Pack


Outside Dimensions:

93’’ x 93’’ | 235 x 235 cm | 8′ x 8′


39’’ | 98 cm | 3′

Dry Weight:

951 Lbs | 431 Kg

Wet Weight:

4699 Lbs | 2131 Kg

Water Capacity:

449 Gallons | 1700 Liters


NA / Euro 4000 W

Electrical Requirements North America
(A = actual / B = breaker):

240 Volts / 6 Gauge Wire
1 Pump / A32amp / B40amp
2 Pumps / A40amp / B50amp Upgraded Classic
240 Volts / 6 Gauge Wire
1 Pump / A40amp / B50amp
2 Pumps / A40amp / B50amp
115 Volts / 14 Gauge Wire
1 Pump / A12amp / B15amp

Dimensioned Drawings

How to Build Deck Access For a Hot Tub

Recommended Site Access and Preparation


Most Spas Require 44” Clearance to get through gates, between houses and side fences and around corners. 9’-10’ of overhead clearance in order to move the spa into place.

To select a location for your new Arctic Spa with Forever Floor® will require a flat compact surface.

If you are using 4X4 railroad ties, they should be a maximum of 12-inch centers to properly support the entire underside of your spa.

Balconies and decks should be constructed to meet all builder codes and should be able to support up to exceed 100lbs/square foot. Remember that a gallon of water weighs roughly about 10 lbs

Your Spa can weigh as much a 1000lbs (454kg)