Hymer 660s dimensions

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  1. rambojonjay64

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    hi vanners anyone got the the correct dimensions,exterior, of a Hymer 66os merc , were off to Berlin via Amsterdam and i,m wanting to book the ferry.saves me getting the tape measure out ha ha! Anyone been to Berlin in their vans? any tips? i was there 20 years ago with the Army,never been motorhoming there though,cant wait ::bigsmile: jonjay just thought of another question,can i watch freeview tv fom my van in germany if i tune it in? we wanted to watch some of the Olympics while we were away ,i think i,ll have to brush up on my G erman ,maybe i can subtitle it JJ
     
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    Good point - Berlin is a green plakette only city (Euro 4 and 5) so an old Hymer will not be able to enter the city area. You'll have to find a site or stellplatz outside the zone.
     
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    I believe the Hymer 660 is 6 metres 60 cms long... but I don't want to go outside with my tape measure either... :ROFLMAO:

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    Hi thanks all for the replies and advice,which was pretty handy because i was,nt aware of these green zones in Germany!I,ve just been on that link you put on Pete and purchased a badge for the environmental areas,whether they issue me with one is another matter,anyway it cost just under 30 euros, i,m hoping to book a campsite about 25 minutes from the city and just travel in via public transport,i think the site were booking has a shuttle service to the local bus station,i know from when i was stationed in Berlin that the Germans transport system is very good ,any more advice or tips would be gratefully received jonjay :thumb:
     
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    Take Pies...

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    :ROFLMAO: Nice one JJ
     
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    The best advice I can give is that the Currywurst in Berlin is different/not as good as most of the rest of Germany so be warned.:whatthe:


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    cheers Pete what was your campsite like mate? any recommendations? JJ :thumb:
     
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    I wish I could remember what it was called. It had the best showers and toilets of any campsite I've ever been on and believe me I've been on a few.
    It was like walking into a Hilton hotel, but woe betide you if you entered in any other foot wear than flipflops:ROFLMAO:

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    No worries mate, i,ve emailed a few sites for price and availability,weve stayed on a few sites in western Germany in the past and they,ve all been pretty good :Smile: JJ
     
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    just enjoy it, it's a great city to visit,


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    Thanks Pete, i was lucky to be there when the "iron curtain" came down,and this is the first chance i,ve had to go back,i,m thinking the place has changed a hell of a lot,but only better than before,i cant wait :Cool: JJ
     
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    Back to the OP

    Info taken from the Technical Data for the Hymermobile 660

    Length/mm 6580
    Breadth/mm 2220
    Height/mm 2810
    Wheelbase/mm 3799

    Permissed gross/Kg (410 petrol or diesel) = 4600kg (309D) = 3500kg (409D) = 4600 kg

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    Thanks John,just what i need when i book the ferry :thumb: JJ
     
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    Hymer dimensions

    hi got my environmental badge today for Berlin,a red one ,so i,m still restricted on travelling in some zones,luckily my campsite is outside the city limits,me nd the missus will be using public transport to get around anyway! Booked the ferry and there was a £28 fuel surcharge ,i do believe in bein eco friendly but i think in this country we just get ripped off,never mind were looking forward to visiting Berlin and hopefully some nice weather JJ:Doh:
     
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