Eriba began manufacturing the Touring range in France
in the mid-fifties. The design has been improved over
the years, but the concept of a steel chassis and square
section steel frame structure, fully insulated and clad
on the outside with aluminium panels, has not changed.
All furniture and fixtures are mounted onto the structure
ensuring that the caravan is very strong, rigid, durable
and lightweight. The roof is manufacturing in fibreglass
and the "pop up" section is in the same material.
The "pop up" roof is raised after the release
of four clips, and this provides more than adequate
headroom. The fabric skirt between caravan body and
roof is fitted with zip vents and a flyscreen - and
excellent ventilation is attained.
The largest Eriba Touring model. There is a good selection
of layouts depending upon your requirements - from 2 to 4
berth. It's possible to save space by having a fold out washroom,
instead of the toilet compartment - otherwise all models have
a blown air Trumatic gas heater, cooker, refrigerator, 240
volt sockets, sink and wardrobe.
The Triton is a little smaller than the Troll (0.5 metre in
length) and is offered with or without a washroom. It is possible
to have it as a 2-berth with long beds and toilet and washroom
or as a 3-berth with a front dinette, or as a 4-berth with
2 bunk beds at the front.
The Familia is, again, smaller than the Triton in length,
offered as a 2-berth with washroom/toilet, a 3-berth with
a front dinette or as a 4-berth, again with 2 bunk beds. You
sleep across the caravan making up the two seats into a double
The most well-known model within the Eriba range - also the
smallest. Only 2-berth (2 singles or 1 double) incorporating
most of the features of the larger models including fridge,
gas hob, sink and wardrobe.
The Puck 230 is longer than the Puck with the door towards
the rear. It allows more sleeping area and storage.