About Skerray

She has been named after a small remote place on the North Coast of Scotland. Skerray, whose name means “between the rocks and the sea”, is so called because it is situated on a rocky promontory on the Atlantic Ocean between Tongue to the southwest and Bettyhill to the East.

Skerray is a four berth long wheel base campervan which gives you that little extra space. It is a VW T5 102 bhp, 5 speed manual campervan with 5 seat belts, rear parking sensors, USB ports, airbags, electric windows, tinted rear windows and much more….. Raising the roof top bed then sees you standing tall, able to cook with ease, or prepare for a good nights sleep. The front double seat swivels round, and you have plenty room to talk, play games, read or watch a film in total comfort. If cold, a quick visit to the control panel turns on the heater, keeping the cabin at a temperature of your choice.

The VW campervan seats and sleeps four in style. Simply pulling forward the bench seat, folding down the seat back and rolling out the mattress topper gives a bed comfortable for two. The upper bed can then be lowered into place, bedding unpacked, and a perfect nights sleep awaits. Blinds pulled closed and front ones attached for added privacy. The kitchen comes fully equipped.  There is plenty of lighting, 12 and 240v sockets, water electrically pumped to the sink from the 20 litre tank at the rear of van.



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