Motorhome Models



The Caribbean features one or two slides and three floor plans each  with a length of 34-feet 10-inches. The Caribbean is powered by a 260 HP Cummins ISB diesel on a Spartan Summit 2000 chassis with a 22,000 pound GVWR. 


1976 - 2007

In 1976 the Dolphin Camper Company invented the  "micro-mini" motorhome making the Class "C" Dolphin their first motorhome. Ten years later the company name changed to National RV and introduced their first Class "A" motorhome and named it . . . Dolphin. 

2001 - 2006


In 2001 National RV introduced the Islander luxury diesel pusher motor coach as a collaborative effort between National RV and Country Coach having recently merged. 

The Islander was the first National RV built on the innovative DynoMax Chassis developed by County Coach, Inc.

Las Brisas​

1990 - 1991

The gasoline powered Las Brisas was introduced in 1990 to compete against Winnebago and the Pace Arrow on price and features. In just two years there were nine floor plans  available in lengths from 27' to 34' 6". 

In 1992 the Las Brisas was re-branded Tropi-Cal.