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.