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Baptisms 17 Nov 2013 013 (2)The Galilee: quick to set up, a good size and plenty insulation, so it’s perfect if you’re hiring a space for your event.

The Galilee is the preferred option for customers using a hired space. It’s fast and easy to put up, robust, insulated and still big enough to baptise a tall adult with attendants. You get the full reassurance that, in over a decade of regular use, we’ve never seen a leak thanks to the strong double liner. And, because of the great insulation, you may not need a heater at all, as long as you have access to hot mains water.

You can choose a wooden cladding or fibreglass in a range of colours with blue as standard.

Choose the colour of your double liners, with pale blue as standard.

Galilee in wood claddingDimensions:

Capacity: 1500 litres (1800 litres for 80cm deep version)

Size when set up: 210cm long, 150cm across and 67cm deep

(If greater depth is important we can make a bespoke 80cm deep tank for purchase)

Size when flat:  six panels when dismantled:

Equipment box: 75x45x35cm


Rough estimates for you:

Rating for set up: Very easy

How long to set up? Around 10-20 minutes for two people

How long to fill? Around one and a half hours (2 hours for the 80cm deep version)

How long to heat? You may not need heating if you have access to mains hot water.  Otherwise, with a heater, between 6  and 12 hours.  (See our blog for tips on heating)


Everything included for you:

6 panels; double liner; nuts and bolts; foam base mats; a submersible pump; an insulating floating top; puncture repair kit.

Three options on piping: 10m hosepipe to fill and 10m crushproof pipe to empty OR 15m crushproof piping OR 15m layflat piping.


 Optional extras if buying:

Add a heater for just £280

Add a step for inside or outside the pool from £60

Add a good strong storage box to keep all your equipment safe and together for £45

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A video from Potters House, Wandsworth showing the Galilee baptistry in action.

Galilee Baptistry, BaptistryUK from Baptistryuk on Vimeo.