Adventurer LP (ALP) has introduced its new 9-foot 10-inch truck camper with an industry-leading California king bed master bedroom suite and a dry bath.
“We wanted to fill customer requests of a 9-foot dry bath truck camper with additional seating and sleeping capacity, so we designed from the ground up the all new Adventurer 910DB,” said Greg Tucknies, director of marketing for Yakima, Wash.-based ALP, in a press release.
Other features include a rear galley and a “Super-U” dinette slideroom that can seat up to eight people. The California king bed offers an all-new 72-inch by 84-inch micro-fiber pillow top mattress while the “Super-U dinette” converts to a 46-inch by 72-inch additional bed. An optional QuikBunk, capable of holding 200 pounds, gives the 910DB the most seating and sleeping capacity of any 9-foot truck camper in the industry, ALP said.
The dry bath has a porcelain style foot flush toilet, one-piece separate tub/shower, vanity sink and a large bath storage cabinet.
The interior is available with three interior fabric color groups including the all-new maple with leather style accent. The interior wood tones are Melrose maple and the hardwood cabinets have a glazed accent. A galley kitchen offers large counter tops, plentiful storage, extra large double-bowl sink and a sealed burner stove/oven combination.
The exterior is sided with new Lamilux 4000 gel-coat fiberglass, creating a high-end feel and look along with new graphics for 2014. The 910DB also offers over 15 cubic feet of exterior storage capacity with storage under the dinette and basement storage at the rear of the unit.
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Adventurer LP has introduced a new double-slide truck camper with optional theater-seating dual wall-hugging recliners and a master bedroom with a California king bed (72 inches by 84 inches).
The 9-foot 116DS is also equipped with a dinette slide and a 14-inch-deep galley slide that extends from the rear of the unit. According to a press release, the 116DS layout can be accessed with both slides in the closed position.
The Adventurer 116DS marks the Yakima, Wash.-based company’s entry into the double-slide market. “The vision started from customer and dealer requests to build a double slideout model in the Adventurer’s lighter weight and value price point,” said Greg Tucknies, Adventurer’s sales and marketing manager. “We started with the ‘wish list’ we sent to engineering listing all the items customers want in a double-slide truck camper.”
Carrying an MSRP under $40,000, the Adventurer 116DS features a dry weight range of 3,600 to 3,700 pounds, large open floorplan with large panoramic view and huge exterior storage. The truck camper, designed to fit long-bed dually trucks, also has a dry weight of 3,794 pounds and is equipped with 41 gallons of fresh water and a center of gravity (COG) of 551/2 inches. It has a side entry on the passenger’s side and a dinette slide on the driver’s side.
The 116DS comes standard with a sofa that converts into a bed with a full-width, deep storage drawer underneath. New to the industry is ALP’s optional theater seating wall-hugging dual recliners with a center storage drawer. The interior has large windows featuring a panoramic view while the maple interior has a leather style accent offering a rich, residential feel.
The exterior is sided with new Lamilux 4000 gel-coat fiberglasses along with new graphics for 2014. The exterior features plenty of exterior storage under the dinette and a very large motorhome style cargo bay at the rear of the unit.
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Yakima, Was.-based Adventurer LP announced several upgrades in the company’s Adventurer-branded truck camper line.
According to a press release, the 2013 camper will feature new black-framed dark tinted windows, deeper ladders and entry doors, and a “Super Step Bumper” offering an integrated 36-inch wide single fold down step.
Other exterior upgrades include:
• “Friction Hinged” entry door by Lippert Components Inc. eliminating the gas prop and/or the need for exterior door latches to hold the door in the open position.
• New heavier framed screen door resists warping with a greatly improved clear handle access slider.
• New roof rack storage system option – “Maggie Rack” with cross bars – provides the ability to haul canoes and kayaks.
• “New Generation” Happijac jacks, redesigned with a quieter, better-sealed electric motor along with galvanized manual and electric jack tubes, and powder-coated legs.
• Seven-way umbilical truck cord hard-wired to the unit, eliminating the need for double male adapter cords.
On the interior, the 2013 Adventurer is set off by two new fabric choices, Timberline and Granite, along with upgraded interior cabinet doors that offer a glazed Melrose Maple finish. Other features include interior LED lights and a foot flush porcelain toilet.
The company also noted that it had limited price increases for the 2013 model year. All units come with a three-year structural warranty. For more information visit www.AMLRV.com.
Adventurer LP (ALP), which acquired the assets of La Grande, Ore.-based Eagle Cap Campers Inc. a year ago, has expanded the brand with the planned launch of a new Class C motorhome at the Nov. 29-Dec. 1 49th Annual National RV Trade Show in Louisville, Ky.
“ALP has been building Class C motorhomes since the mid 1980’s for a rental fleet in the tough and rugged Canadian north where the requirements for a quality-built unit to withstand those extremes, along with the constant use as a rental, has provided us with a unique perspective in Class C construction, insulation and quality,” said Greg Tucknies, national sales manager for ALP, which is building the product at the company’s Yakima, Wash., facility.
According to a press release, the Eagle Cap Class C line ranges in lengths of 19 to 31 feet with MSRP’s starting at $63,000. Standard features include air conditioning, interior and exterior LED lights, a “Dream Dinette” with seatbelts, the roomy “Arc” style shower enclosure, deep double bowl galley sinks, sealed burner stove with oven and a camper caddy storage system.
The motorhomes also offer exclusive TCC aluminum frame construction, three-year structural warranty, enclosed, insulated and heated tanks, and four-season insulation with thermal pane windows.
Also under the Eagle Cap brand, Adventurer will be displaying the 1165 triple-slide truck camper, offering maximum interior room in the 102-inch wide body design along with rear sofa, driver’s side dinette and passenger side galley sliderooms. The 1165 Triple slide also supports the largest interior storage of any truck camper in the industry with three wardrobe/closet areas and a floor to ceiling pantry behind the full-sized island making the 1165 Galley feel more like your kitchen at home.
In addition, ALP will be showing its redesigned Adventurer truck campers for 2012 offering upgraded interiors, including new fabrics, an Ozite ceiling and simulated tile flooring, along with the use of composites for lighter weight construction.
“We have trimmed 75 to 127 pounds in weight this year, even with all of the added features, with little to no price increase,” said Tucknies.
The truck campers are also equipped with all-new exterior graphics, exterior LED lights, the new sturdier Phat ladder, G3 fiberglass nose wrap with a triple sealing process for the seams, and camper guides that make the loading process easy by centering the camper between the wheel wells.
ALP will be displaying product in Booth No. 1520 at the Kentucky Exposition Center (KEC).
Yakima, Wash.-based Adventurer LP announced today (Sept. 6) it had begun shipping its new Eagle Cap 1160 double-slide truck camper to dealers. The first two dealers to receive the 1160 were George Sutton in Eugene, Ore., and Lacombe RV in Lacombe, AB Canada.
The Eagle Cap 1160 is a redesigned above-the-rails truck camper allowing for increased interior room in its 102-inch wide-body design and features a rear sofa and dinette in a separate slideouts to provide maximum interior space. The 1160 is also a side-entry unit, allowing for a larger storage bay in the rear of the camper.
All Eagle Cap truck campers feature the company’s exclusive “hybrid aluminum superstructure,” a construction blend of welded aluminum framing and fiberglass shell design (full front and back one-piece fiberglass caps), and its “EC-MAX” four-season Insulation package providing R-Values of R-17 for the ceiling, R-11 at the walls and R-22+ in the basement/floor. Thermal Pane windows also are standard.
Adventurer LP of Yakima, Wash., has acquired Eagle Cap Truck Campers and associated assets, rights to manufacture and intellectual property.
There will be a short break in Eagle Cap manufacturing while a dedicated assembly line and process is implemented at the Yakima facility, according to a news release. The purchase was effective on Monday (Nov. 22).
Production facilities and offices, which have been located in La Grande, Ore., since the company was founded nearly a decade ago, will move to Yakima.
“Eagle Cap is a quality brand with a dedicated following,” said James Epp, president of Adventurer LP. “We are pleased to add Eagle Cap to our product offering. We are truly committed to maintain the exceptional quality and exclusive design features that define the Eagle Cap Truck Camper in the marketplace. With an increased investment in product development, marketing and sales support provided by Adventurer LP, Eagle Cap Campers has the potential to grow significantly in the truck camper market.”
Eagle Cap Campers, operating as a division of Adventurer LP, will be looking to renew relationships with previously committed Eagle Cap dealers and will be seeking new dealers who would like to join the Eagle Cap family throughout the United States and Canada. Product and warranty support through these dealers will ensure all previous and new customers will be well cared for, the release stated.
An Eagle Cap truck camper will be on display at the 48th Annual National RV Trade Show Nov. 30 to Dec. 2 in Louisville, Ky., in the Adventurer LP display area. The display is in Space No. 5300 in the West Wing of the Kentucky Exposition Center.
“With the economic challenge the recreational vehicle industry has faced over the last two years showing signs of improvement, we believe the truck camper segment will continue to improve and innovate. We are excited about the added potential this acquisition brings,” Epp added.
For more information regarding dealership opportunities or product support, contact Bill Napier at (541) 663-1607, ext. 107.
Adventurer LP is a manufacturer with a heritage of more than 40 years. With offices located in Abbotsford, British Columbia and Yakima, their dealer network stretches across the United States and Canada. The company currently produces Adventurer truck campers and Class C motorhomes. The Adventurer truck camper is the No. 1 selling truck camper brand throughout Canada.
Eagle Cap Campers produces truck campers exclusively with a dealer network encompassing Western Canada and across the United States.