A roomy tent for up to 7 people, with excellent venting and plenty of space.
Now with larger windows and effective low -level ventilation, the Vango Maritsa 700 Tent is a spacious and airy family tent that will keep you and your family comfortable on even the longest of camping holidays.
Easy to set up, with plenty of living and storage space, the Maritsa 700 will make camping more fun for any large groups.
Privacy curtains, 'lights-out' inner tents that give you a better sleeping ambience, and many storage pockets and dividers and the separate walk-in wardrobe will let you organise yoursleves and your gear however you like.
The sewn-in groundsheet at the front makes the entire tent more comfortable and draught-free, while low-level venting will combat any stuffiness inside.
The main body of the tent stores into a handy roller bag, with the poles in a seperate handled carry bag. The poles are colour coded to make pitching easy and quick. An entry access ppint for a power cable will let you hook up your appliances inside the tent while you're on the campsite.
- Fully wind & rain tested
- Pre-attached canopy
- Line Lok® guyline runners
|Flysheet Hydrostatic Head (mm):
|Groundsheet Hydrostatic Head (mm):
|Pole Bag Weight (kg):
|Pack Size (cm):
||85 x 42 x 42
|Pole Bag Pack Size (cm):
||100 x 20 x 10
|Number of Poles:
||Protex® 4,000HH polyester embossed
By bob (Cardiff)
This tent is great a fantastic size. easy to put up. Good build quality. If you want better then pay more. I have had this tent for two years with no problems. I put it up on my own making sure it is done with what i think is the correct tension on the seams and there are no point where the water can pool.
As good as they say, 07 October 2013
By Francois (Dorset)
Did a bit of research last year and most family tents had either insufficient bedroom space or bedrooms on opposite sides of tent. With 3 young children (all under 6), my wife wanted a large tent with all bedrooms adjacent. And boy does the Maritsa 700 cover all bases.
Also large living area, enclosed porch (essential as we can cook and leave dirty wellies in there).
Other pluses, middle bedroom has coathanger rail, partition can be unzipped to join two of the three bedrooms (handy if child needs comforting during night). We actually bought 4 campbeds and fitted them all next to each other in this large double bedroom). Loads of cubby holes and hooks, etc.
Wasn't sure about different pole, head room sizes but it's brilliant as you have loads of headroom in the important areas and slopping roofs means no standing water.
Only the second large family tent I have put up but (with help only for inserting pole pins and erection of tent), it was fairly straightforward - colour coded poles a breeze (45-60 mins up and 30 mins down).
It may seem sad but even the guy lines have their own little Velcro strips so you don't have to worry about using poncy sailing knots to stop them getting tangled.
But in the interests of fairness there are 3 words of caution:
1) I slept in it last night with two of my children (in back garden - following test run) so we have not actually properly camped in it (so can't vouch for waterproofness, etc. - material seems top quality).
2) Front of tent slopes towards tent, so when open the porch is open to elements (however, I am buying a £25 awning - don't need to get £75 Vango one - with two arched poles which can accommodate a large picnic table - alfresco dining!). Already seen them used effectively at campsites with this very tent.
3) Even though we were aware before purchasing that the carpet is not available, I can't for the life of me find one (Go Outdoors and every retailer has run out - even eBay only has them as a tent package!). Hoping Vango will supply some more next Spring. If not, may have to get my scissors out on another large tent carpet!
All in all, brilliant buy.
vago maritsa, 20 September 2013
By lee (wakefield)
read alot of peoples reveiws on maritza 700.ive had this tent 3 years now and think its the best tent on the market even now.facts are fiberglass poles snap, steal poles dont. this can be heard at night when its windy.as for leaks ,small tiny incy wincy drips from windows yes but all tents do.its 1 hour to set up with the missis but after that its quality. its outdoor living and if its not for you,go in a bed and breakfast.