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2016 Bailey Pegasus Palermo 1 year 8 months ago #401577

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2016 Bailey Pegasus Palermo 1 year 4 months ago #406545

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6 berth it may be but, and it's a big but, it isn't any good for the growing family that don't fit comfortably in bunks. Our girls aren't huge but they want to be able to get into bed easily and sit up in bed to read etc.. That is why we bought our GT65 Turin, everyone (as only five humans) has their own bunk without a restriction on head height, we of course have the fixed double, one on side dinette and two with a single each at the front. The washroom configuration is also better for a family because one can be using the vanity unit while another is showering or using the cassette. We certainly wouldn't consider going back to fixed bunks for the children. In addition the once we tried it without the children our layout made an excellent luxury and spacious 2 berth with no wasted space. The Palermo would not because of the wasted bunks in that situation.
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