what is meant by a caravan ‘berth’?

i know its a really stupid question but im booking a caravan holiday for me and my friends and it says about berths on the website and i dont know what it means! 🙂 thanks

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  • Like on boats, the number of berths is the number of sleeping positions on board. It may include single berths, double berths (equivalent to a double bed) or dinettes (seats which convert into beds)

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    what is meant by a caravan ‘berth’?

    i know its a really stupid question but im booking a caravan holiday for me and my friends and it says about berths on the website and i dont know what it means! 🙂 thanks

  • A berth is how many people it will sleep.Such as 2 berth, 2 people!

  • It’s all about weights. Check the unladen weight of your car (handbook) and the max loaded weight of the caravan (look for the plate) and work on the caravan being no more than 85% of the car. It may also be worth checking the down weight on the bar – again the figure will be in the cars handbook. Hope that helpfull.

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    Impossible to say. You need to know the weight the van can tow and the weight of the caravan – how many people it sleeps means nothing

  • The number of beds.

  • Number of bunks or beds.

    How many people it will sleep.

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