Gulf Stream Cabin Cruiser 28CRB

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Looking to travel in an RV but miss the cabin in the woods? With the Cabin Cruiser travel trailer and its knotty-pine interior, you can have both.

Surprise when you step inside: Warm knotty-pine cabinetry, wood-grain-pattern flooring and a cozy cabin-in-the-woods feel greet you in the 28CRB.
Surprise when you step inside: Warm knotty-pine cabinetry, wood-grain-pattern flooring and a cozy cabin-in-the-woods feel greet you in the 28CRB.

Gulf Stream recently added a fourth floorplan, the 30-foot, 3-inch 28CRB, to its Cabin Cruiser line. Step inside to warm-toned pine cabinetry and paneling, vinyl flooring with a wood-grain pattern, and plaid valances and cushion backs that tie in with the cabin theme.

Other appointments include a floor-to-ceiling entertainment center with an optional imitation-rock fireplace with a quiet electric heater, and a 60-by-74-inch queen walk-around bed with knotty-pine wardrobes on each side.

The Cabin Cruiser has a comfortable and inviting feel that’s conducive to relaxing with friends. Housed in the one slide is an 81-by-44-inch four-seat dinette that converts into a bed and a jackknife sofa with generous seating for two, which also converts into a bed. An optional trifold sofa bed is available. Near the entry door is a walk-in closet and pantry with hooks for clothing and shelves for food.

The refrigerator, microwave, two-basin sink and overhead cabinets are clustered on the curb side for easy reachability in the large L-shaped kitchen. The party can be moved outside with the cabin-decor outdoor kitchen and 17-foot electric awning.

The Cabin Cruiser 28CRB has two 5-gallon LP-gas cylinders, a 6-gallon water heater, a 35-gallon freshwater tank and a claimed dry weight of 6,120 pounds. Interior height is 6 feet, 8 inches.
Base MSRP is $29,230.

Gulf Stream Coach | 800-289-8787 | www.gulfstreamcoach.com


Donya Carslon in a hot-pink shirt with sunglasses and long dark blonde hairTrailer Life Managing Editor Donya Carlson grew up camping with her family in Southern California and loves spending time hiking, mountain biking, motorcycling, snowboarding and just about anything else outdoors. Before joining the Trailer Life and MotorHome team, she served as managing editor of Rider, a magazine for motorcycle enthusiasts.


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