Unfortunately, the weather is notoriously unpredictable, even during the summer, and this can spell trouble for your caravan awning and for your caravan itself. Here are some top tips on how to keep your awning and van safe during stormy weather. En route Unless it is absolutely necessary, don't travel with your van in very windy weather. A caravan can quickly become unstable in high winds, especially on exposed roads. [Read More]
Tips For Top-Shots
Hiring a fishing charter boat with a few mates is an exciting way of spending a day out at sea in pursuit of big game fish and fun. If you use 80-wide reels, you'll know that this can be expensive. However, by using a top-shot you can spool five complete reels in one mega-spool. Here's how to make a top-shot. What you'll need waxed rigging thread wax snips a pipe needle of the right size for the mono you're going to use How to do it [Read More]
Is an Acrylic Canopy Right for Your Trailer?
Many trailer canopy fabrics exist on the market. It may therefore be hard for a first-time trailer owner to decide which type of fabric would be suitable for his or her needs. This article discusses one of the common canopy fabrics (acrylic) that you can buy. Use this information to help you as you compare different canopy fabrics so that you can choose the best. What They Are An acrylic canopy refers to a canopy that has been made from woven cloth. [Read More]
Ways to Upgrade Vintage Caravan Trailers for Glamping
Glamping, or glamorous camping, is something that is catching on with campers around the world. One of the biggest questions from people who use caravan trailers as part of their camping rituals is regarding the ability to go glamping with a vintage caravan. The truth is, with the right upgrades, you can turn that old vintage caravan into a glamping caravan fit for a king and queen. Here are a few ways to upgrade your vintage caravan for this kind of glamping endeavor. [Read More]