Caravan Summary

  • Aerial
  • Alarm
  • Fridge
  • Gas bottle
  • Heating
  • Microwave
  • Oven
  • Radio
  • Solar Panel
  • Toilet
  • 2 X sets of keys
  • Washroom
  • Grill
  • Fridge Freezer
  • Spare wheel
  • Motormover
  • Twin axle
  • Mains electric
  • External 240V
  • Hand washbasin
  • Water heater
  • BBQ point
  • Blinds
  • Flyscreen
  • Door flyscreen
  • Service history
  • CRIS doc
  • 1st registration
  • Rooflight

Broker's Comments

Buccaneer Barracuda 4 berth fixed island bed top of the range twin axle touring caravan for sale. Superb specification with leather sofa upgrade, 32” 12v built-in TV, AWD motormover system, self-levelling hydraulic jack system, Alde heating and hot water with underfloor heating, Al-Ko ATC and solar panel. One owner model.

Lounge area with L shape sofas making into double bed. Built in 32” TV at one end with LED lit shelving.
Centre kitchen with hobs, grill, oven, full height fridge-freezer, sink, draining area, microwave and cupboards.
Centre washroom with cassette toilet, hand washbasin, cupboards, towel rail and fixtures. Opposite separate shower room.
Rear bedroom with fixed island double bed. Under bed storage area. Wardrobes with cupboards, draws and bedside ledge either side of bed. Wall mounted TV at foot of bed.

Specification includes AWD quad motormover system, Al-Ko stabiliser hitch, Al-Ko ATC, Alde central heating and hot water with underfloor heating, roof mounted solar panel, onboard water tank, hydraulic self levelling jack system, leather seating upgrade, large 32” built in TV, USB sockets and much more.

All caravans serviced before collection.
Full handover demonstration for buyer.
Many additional photos available.

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