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Ferry Crossing & caravan...noobi question

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Old July 2nd 06, 02:33 PM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
Smudge Smith
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Default Ferry Crossing & caravan...noobi question

Having made numerous journeis from Cairnryan to Larne and back (without
towing), can anyone explain the procedures for towing a caravan onto a
ferry? Sounds silly I know, but the thought of towing the 'van up that steep
ramp onto the decks is giving cause for concern. What happens if I get held
up half way up the ramp? (The ramps are made from metal and slippery at the
best of time)
Is the'van likley to ground out at the point where the car comes off the
ramp and the van is still on it?

Anyone who can cast pearls of wisdom with regards to taking a caravan on



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