This spacious six-berth caravan offers great versatility for families with children, from toddlers to teens.

Rolling on twin axles, the Panther 760SE measures almost eight metres in length and is perfectly laid out for harmonious holidays, offering separate spaces for adults and children, with a traditional lounge at the front and a bedroom-cum-playroom at the rear.

This is a big tourer, weighing almost 1.5 tonnes, and in the strong winds during our trip, it felt rock solid, and didn’t move or sway at all during the night.

Raymond James Caravans has taken the already well-equipped Bailey Phoenix 760 and personalised it, throwing extras worth thousands of pounds into the mix.

The resulting special edition gives you everything from pleasingly plain, bespoke upholstery to a solar panel and external gas and power points.

There are seven models in the Panther series for the 2020 season. Six of them are single-axle tourers – one two-berth, four four-berths and one five-berth – and the model we test here is the only twin-axle.

They range in price from £20,728 for the classy two-berth to £25,463 for the 760SE shown here. Prices include delivery.

Each is built using Bailey’s proprietary Alu-Tech construction method, and comes with a six-year water-ingress warranty.


The outside of the Panther features subtle graphics, designed exclusively for Raymond James, and black-framed windows. Its sharp alloy wheels look the business and come with Al-Ko-style wheel locks.

The hitch head has ATC stability control fitted, which combines with the twin axles to give one of the safest tows possible.

The range also boasts a stable-door, the two-part doors that have become less common in recent years. They’re great for pet owners and on hot summer days, so top marks to Bailey.