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the kit camper
 diy in a kit form


    The Kit Camper is an economical, self-contained camper that slides onto a standard 7’ x 4.5’ box trailer. It is designed by yacht designers using the latest technology composite yacht materials. The kit comes pre-cut using lightweight but strong polypropylene honeycomb and epoxy/glass panels with all parts accurately computer cut to size. A full set of building instructions is included.

Some advantages are:
• Economical - By building it yourself you are savings tens of thousands of dollars.
• Satisfying – Imagine the satisfaction in saying you built it yourself. You will end up with a camper of far higher quality than many other campers that are available.
• Slides onto a Box Trailer – You can leave it free standing when not in use freeing up your trailer for other work during the year. Only one registration and no inspections.
• 2WD or 4WD – Your choice, just choose what sort of trailer to put it on.
• Strong and Light – We also design ocean going multihulls so we know how to build light and strong using the latest technology and materials.
• Long Lasting - Your camper will outlast virtually all commercially available products meaning excellent resale value. The Kit Camper uses monocoque construction so every panel, including the furniture, adds to its strength; so this camper has virtually no chance of rattling to pieces no matter how harshly it is treated.
• Easy to Erect – Simple, fast one person set up. After a long drive who wants to spend over an hour setting up a tent camper? Convenient for single night stops.
• Off The Ground – You are always high up off the ground away from moisture, creepy crawlies and crocodiles.
• Large Galley – an ‘L’ shaped galley with stove/oven, fridge/freezer, with storage in proper drawers and cupboards.
• Comfortable – A luxurious king size bed and dinette provides comfort out of the elements.
• Easy to Tow – Light and aerodynamic means ease of towing and economical. You don’t need a 4WD if only ‘on-roading’.
• Self Contained – Water tanks, batteries and gas bottle compartments and storage all built in. Front and side storage boxes can also be built onto the trailer.
• Expandable – Add an extra room by annexing the area under the bed. Or add an awning, or a side annexe. Put a rack on the top to carry a small boat or extras, there are many possibilities for increasing your enjoyment.
• Water and Dust Proofing – If built correctly with correct seals etc, the hinged lid and door is designed for a very tight seal which will give peace of mind when it comes to keeping out rain and dust.

    The PDF gives you an idea of the dimensions kit camper pdf

    For further information please contact Pacific Multihulls P/L 78 Kalaroo Road, Redhead NSW 2290.
Phone: 02-4935-2265 Email: enquiry@pacificmultihulls.com  Web: http://www.pacificmultihulls.com   











  Information by Michael van Dijk of Pacific Multihulls P/L

august 2009