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Old 09-24-2015, 08:56 AM   #1
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364 bunk doors?

Can someone tell me if the 2016 364 has a sliding door to separate the bunk/2nd bath area from the living room? So many RVs have this feature, but looking at the floor plan diagram, it looks as though this one doesn't.
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Old 09-24-2015, 09:01 AM   #2
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Not sure about the 2016, although I believe it has the same interior setup. Our 2015 has sliding doors that separate the bunks from the master bedroom but not the living room. Each bunk does have a curtain, however.
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Old 09-24-2015, 09:05 AM   #3
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Not sure about the 2016, although I believe it has the same interior setup. Our 2015 has sliding doors that separate the bunks from the master bedroom but not the living room. Each bunk does have a curtain, however.
Thanks! That's what I thought. It's going to take some convincing to get my husband on board with that (we have a toddler and an extra door there would certainly help in keeping her sleep undisturbed).
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We have 2 children - 6 and 10, so I understand the issues in the toddler stages. If it is any consolation, the air conditioning system makes a significant "white noise" whether on cool or fan. Maybe this will help some!
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Thanks! That's what I thought. It's going to take some convincing to get my husband on board with that (we have a toddler and an extra door there would certainly help in keeping her sleep undisturbed).


Exact reason I went from my TT with the curtain to separate the bunk..
To my 5th with an actual bunk room.
Full door separation.



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The 350 and 352 both have doors between the sleeping area and the living room.

I should mention however, they are not very functional while driving down the road. you would not want to lock anyone back there or lock anyone out, so there is no way to keep the door closed while the coach is in motion.
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I have a 2016 364 and there is a sliding door between the master bedroom and the bunks and bath but no slider between the bunks and bath and the living room.
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The 350 and 352 both have doors between the sleeping area and the living room.

I should mention however, they are not very functional while driving down the road. you would not want to lock anyone back there or lock anyone out, so there is no way to keep the door closed while the coach is in motion.
Thanks! We would be stationary most of the time it'd be used, but that's still an important consideration. We'll probably have to remove the little curtain that is included, because we're afraid our toddler would just tear it down. But maybe we could suspend a retractable curtain rod where a door might otherwise be to keep out the light and create a sort of bedroom feel. Hm.
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