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50 Best Lightweight Caravan Award for Lunar Quasar
Lunar Caravans has won the award for the Best Lightweight Caravan at the recent 2014 Caravan Awards. Lunar won first place with the new Quasar 564.


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yippee......we have just ordered a Lunar Quasar Ultima.....hopefully getting it before christmas...see if we can keep this one longer than the Orion (13 months). Got to stop husband going to caravan places!!!!!!

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We are also booked in at Gwithian july 2013

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hope you mean 2014..ha ha ha....we cant wait, normally stop in St Ives but the campsite has got too expensive, heard Gwithian mentioned a lot, so went to see it and loved it....such helpful and friendly people....hopefully will bump into you...x

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and hopefully many more..esp Jasmine Park..

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It may be the best lightweight but is it waterproof

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Whatever do you mean.

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Remember, if you buy something you bought it, not brought it.

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Quote: Originally posted by romany on 17/12/2013It may be the best lightweight but is it waterproof



Let's hope they've got that sorted!

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A good showing for Adria interestingly winning the overall award and luxury caravan and best layout

Message posted by Jack+Jon on 18/12/2013 at 10:14am
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I would guess what causes UK built caravans to leak is because the UK market apparently demands large front windows. If they went for small or no front windows as with most foreign built 'vans then body would be more rigid & less likely to leak.

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Seriously keep an eye on the internal walls for leaks, Lunar do not have a good track record.

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Seriously keep an eye on the internal walls for leaks, Lunar do not have a good track record.



Does any manufacturer?

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