Nortia is the name of an Etruscan goddess whose influences were time, fate, destiny and chance.
Nortia is also our Etrusco T7400QBC Motorhome, very kindly supplied by Erwin Hymer and Etrusco. She has had her payload increased to 3850Kgs and had a few optional extras added – satellite dome, solar panel and awning as well as a gas BBQ point.
She has a rear bedroom with a queen-sized bed and two half size wardrobes which seem to fit way more than you could imagine – we have made one for hanging items and the other for folded items. The bed can be raised and lowered to enable the garage underneath to hold larger items.
There is a separate toilet and shower which with the clever use of doors you can have as an en-suite, separate toilet / shower or a large bathroom and dressing area!
The main living area has two bench seats which can convert to travelling chairs (with seat belts) the captains chairs driving seats are quick and easy to turn around and add to the seating arrangement around a large dining table. The living area is a functional kitchen with an oven / grill, 3 burner hob and wash up sink. There is also a large 3 way fridge freezer.
If we have additional guests to stay there is a large double bed which pulls down from the ceiling in the living area with a lovely skylight for star gazing. It has surrounding curtains and there is a ladder to make access easier.
Albi has made himself at home with his bed in front of one of the bench seats.
The cab has lovely air conditioning fitted, which on days like today (it was 34°C when we set out) was an absolute must.
We can honestly say we cannot fault the Motorhome we’ve been given and continue to count our blessings each day.
Nortia the goddess of time, fate destiny and chance has certainly been looking out for us.
Thank you as always for reading to the end, we’ll be letting you know more about our first adventure soon.