Hello, First of all Alison and I have has 3 Dandy campers over the years.
First one was a really nice Green sided Dandy 4 from early seventies and we went on our honeymoon to Scotland's west coast with Daisy, good friends of ours still have Daisy and are still using her.
Second one was Little, a very, very nice Dart which was used a few times but we thought we need more space So Little was sold to a very nice Lady forum member.
We have used the Destiny 3 times last year and enjoyed all the trips.
First trip was to Hadrian's Wall which is just up the road for us and we really enjoyed it - and are still married
People did comment how nice the unit was and how big it was inside.
Second trip took us to Stirling in Scotland for 4 night and then on to Dingwall in the highlands of Scotland for 1 week - great place and friendly people.
then back to Stirling again for 3 nights.
my point in this ramble is; its not to difficult to erect and put down on your holidays it does take a bit longer.
third trip was me Ian working for 1 week at Stormin the castle Motorcycle rally in Co Durham, the unit was erected by me and 2 friends - we did great and it was a very comfortable week sleeping in the Destiny
The set up of the Unit got easier the more we used the unit.
make no mistake this is a large Unit to put up and the gas struts are invaluable.
Because of the size of the unit I would recommend you view before you buy, as an example with the roof on a standard size Dandy it is relatively easy to get in place - its a bit more cumbersome with the Destiny high side, If the wind gets up it would be advised to get help from other helpful campers we encountered this at Hadrian's Wall, we are quite capable but it could quite quickly get out of hand.
My wife is watching me type this and is wondering why are we selling Large mmmm
anyway any interest let us know.
feel free to ring 07719916652 this is my work phone and I do not mind it being posted.
I would like to know of any history with this unit - guess Ian at Wigan is the best port of call!
thanks for reading,
Ian and Alison