Originally Posted by OBS F250
The only complaint I have with the 25FB besides the high initial cost is the round single-basin sink in the galley. Why did AS every switch to this style of sink in their kitchens? I realize it adds to the look of the trailer, but a square dual-basin sink seems so much more practical. Those of you with this setup in your AS, does this every annoy you when out camping?
We have an '08 25FB Safari and have the rectangular double sink. At the time, the 27FB had the round galley sink and was a major reason I rejected it (though I would dearly love that extra two feet!!! Queen bed turned to allow easier making of and access to the bed, one foot more closet and pantry space!). I thought I saw pics of a new 27'FB that had a similar sink as mine.
I agree with you, this layout makes great use of the space! We have been very pleased with it. IF you have a tall overnight guest, his feet can extend from the sofa onto the dinette area (my son is about 5'10" and this was an important part of our consideration, and if he has a friend with us they both have their feet in that corner).
If you love it, keep looking, be patient, a good one will come to you at just the right price. Once you have been bitten, there is no cure
For me, the windows would be a deal breaker. When you are inside for whatever reason, unless it is dark out, you still have your view