I’m currently in the UK and staying in Rayquaza, despite one of the coldest winters ever, and tons of snow!
I was curious to test Rayquaza’s ability to cope with conditions like these and I’m pleased to say she kept me warm and dry, without a problem.
I run the gas heating throughout the night on a low setting, boosting it a bit with the warm air blower from the aircon before bedtime. And then I invested in a really good electric mattress topper that is heavenly.
That made a big difference and again I keep that on a low setting overnight, just to keep the edge off. (we’ve had nights of – 5)
I can’t exactly tell how quickly I’m consuming the on board gas but with the snow melting quite fast now I’ll go to the local garage tomorrow to fill that up again and then I’ll know. I suspect however I’ve not used much.
I even managed to get a run in this morning, I’ve not been able to go for almost a week now.
All in, I’m well pleased with the way the motorhome retains heat and how well insulated she is. Easy to see how one can use her ever for a winter ski holiday. Well done Hobby for the good German engineering.
However I am very much looking forward to warmer times ahead and am dreaming of my Balaton summer already!