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  • "If you are into "Glamping" or just serious about having lots of fun in a relaxing, comfortable base then buy a Buccaneer!"

    Latest buyer review

    We have a 2010 Anniversary Edition which is a luxury apartment on wheels. Everywhere we go fellow campers want to see this fantastic caravan and make incredulous remarks on the space and shear luxury of the fittings. We are pleased to note the improvement of positive lock cupboards. On the road it is the most stable caravan we have towed, this is our 4th over a 30 year span. The geometry is perfect for reversing and the IDC has only activated when a bend is a little sharper than expected or when leaving a small roundabout. The remote for the Heki 4 vent is not reliable as it does not always work first or second time but the rain sensor has always worked (we had the vent open once while washing the caravan and it just closed). If you are into "Glamping" or just serious about having lots of fun in a relaxing, comfortable base then buy A Buccaneer!
  • "We have just picked up our Caravel and are trying it out. It's fabulous! We have had 3 Buccaneers before this one and although they were all good, this one is the best. We love the layout. It's full of great gadgets too. Probably the best caravan on the market!"

    Latest buyer review

    We have just picked up our Caravel and are trying it out. It's fabulous! We have had 3 Buccaneers before this one and although they were all good, this one is the best. We love the layout. It's full of great gadgets too. Probably the best caravan on the market!
  • "The Buccaneer Clipper is perfect for a long relaxing holiday - complete with all mod cons!"

    Latest buyer review

    The Buccaneer Clipper is perfect for a long relaxing holiday - complete with all mod cons!
  • "Just spent my first week in my new Xplore 304. It feels like home already."

    Latest buyer review

    Just spent my first week in my new Xplore 304. It feels like home already, the bed is so comfortable and the picture window gave a great view. The only problem was the shower - a bit difficult to control the water temperature, and hot is very hot.
  • "Took delivery of my Xplore 402 on December 21st 2013 and went away for New Year in the van for the first time. So after a few days here are my thoughts..."

    Latest buyer review

    Took delivery of my Xplore 402 on December 21st 2013 and went away for New Year in the van for the first time. So after a few days here are my thoughts: I am a single woman and wanted a slightly bigger van so I didn't need to sit on the loo with my feet in the shower! Saw the Xplore 402 at the NEC and got a good "show deal" from Pedley's Coventry. So far mainly plus points with only a couple of minuses, which are a real shame, so here goes. PLUS:) Not too wide, not too long and not too heavy ( I have not had it re-plated). I tow with a Kia Ce'ed SW. Surprisingly roomy. I have a dog and there is room to dry him inside the door, so didn't bother with an awning at New Year and it was fine. I have put 3 heavy duty stick up hooks on the right hand side wall by the door and hang coats and dog towel here. Starting at the back, good size loo/shower, without being luxurious, plenty of storage. Used the shower ok. Could have done with a bit more hot water, so I'm quick. Good oven & hob, 3 burners fine, and oven good as had to use on Christmas day to cook turkey as my oven blew all the fuses in the house on Christmas morning! I have also had a microwave fitted by Elddis. They have put it in the cupboard opposite the sink, down low with a nice little cupboard above it, really nicely done. TV fits on wall bracket, (under microwave) - manual doesn't say so, but I removed the whole thing for travelling, clips off easily. Fridge is great, love the removable freezer compartment and the pretty blue light inside and easy operation. Lights on outside quite bright at night, might bother some. I use the bed as a single, and I am not thin! I use a Raskelf Duvalay and it is plenty big enough and comfortable. Plenty of storage and some good sized drawers. I like the dark single strip of carpet up the middle, easy to clean especially with a dog! Does move a bit so I will get some gripper under it. Found 5 sockets so far, the single one up by the front window is really useful, I put an adaptor up there and charge ipod, ipad. Good lighting and I like the big light switches. Decent wardrobe, but the hanging rails jump out of sockets as you travel. Outside, the van has everything where it should be, haven't had a BPW chassis before, make sure you really push in the black ball otherwise the handle won't come down on the stabilizer. Haven't had the drains coming out at the rear before, was ok, but could it be a problem on a sloping site? Tows well, bit jumpy when I brought it back empty, but once loaded behaved very well on the undulating Fosse Way. MINUSES:( Gas locker lid has a metal stay and clips into the floor of the locker, when you close it you have to balance the lid on your back to try and find the little clip on the floor for the stay - really could have done with a gas strut here. Another gas strut needs to be on the beds. They have quite a tight spring and wont stay up while trying to put the bedding away. No front doors to beds, wouldn't be a problem if you could access the top easily. Those are fairly small things which I can probably remedy with a bit of DIY, but there are 2 things which I don't like. The first is the Whale under floor heating which I find noisy. I went out and bought a small 1kw convector heater which sits under the coat hooks on the right side inside the door, great. The next thing is the TV aerial which I cannot always get a clear picture with. Conclusion: I love the van. It has a roomy, nice feel to it. I looked at a lot of light 2 berth end bathroom vans and this beats all (in my opinion) but I would say, add a couple of gas struts, make the end of the bed liftable, put a few hooks on the wall inside the door, and it would be even better!