Coachmen is one of those companies that has been a solid contributer in the RV industry since their inception in 1964. They started with a small factory in Middlebury, Indiana and have continued to build their value and reputation to this day. Today, with over five decades of building RV’s and over 600,000 sold, they know how to design and deliver a product that’s dependable, innovative and enriching.
Coachmen came out with their Catalina line to provide an aggressively priced travel trailer that still carries an abundance of value and eye appeal. In an industry that is stubbornly sticking with dark siding and chocolate interiors, the Catalina cruises to the beat of their own drummer, deciding to stick with an airy and light look both inside and out.
With many different floorplan options available, they currently offer 23, the consumer can track down exactly what they’re looking for and find a trailer they know they’ll be pleased with as they drive off the lot.
The Catalina 303 KDS
The Catalina 303kds is a popular bunk floorplan with a large living room slideout across from the dining area. An outside kitchen is available and an ample amount of sleeping space will leave you and your family comfortable and happy for the entirety of your trip.
The Catalina 343 QBDS
The Catalina 343qbds is a very interesting floorplan that uses two queen beds on either side of the unit to maximize your sleeping options. This unit offers a lot of privacy for its occupants, a lot of room to walk around the bed so you can get dressed and move around comfortably, and a large living area to relax in after a long day of camping.
The Catalina 303 FQB
The Catalina 303fqb flips the traditional bunk style floorplan around and puts the 4 twin bunks up front, leaving the master bedroom in the rear. The east/west bed will give you a lot more room to move around without bumping into walls and plenty of storage for clothes. The bathroom lies close to the master with a large living room separating the two sleeping quarters.
Some of the Catalina features included are: Cambered structural steel I-Beam, 3/8” fully decked walk-on roof, in-floor ducted heat, radius entry steps, storage for pots and pans in the kitchen and even more room under the master bed, 2 mirrored shirt closets, a fireplace beneath the entertainment center, 6-gallon gas/electric DSI water heater, metal drawer guides and radial tires. Those are just the standard options.. there are numerous add-ons that can be ordered to fit your needs.
Another plus on the Catalina line is that the dry-weight of these units range from 4200 up to 8500. If you are driving a smaller vehicle and don’t have a great tow-rating, you could still have a shot to hitch up to one of their floorplans and safely make your way down the highway.
Come on by one of our Holiday World locations and see one in person. Our sales consultants will take the time you need find a floorplan that works and give a more in-depth walkthrough of their features. Hope to see you soon!