Woohoo! Just took delivery of our new Georgetown 364ts yesterday, July 3rd. We have graduated from our very first RV, a 2013 Coachman Leprechaun Class C. Although it was nice, it was way too small for 2 adults & 3 teenagers...and definitely had no extra room to take friends or even a small puppy crate for our 2 mini chi's. We're currently on our maiden voyage in our 364ts camping over the 4th of July weekend testing her out. We have a total of 7 people on this trip, my boys had to have their buddies come along with them. Let's just say there's a lot of testosterone up in this RV, so my daughter and I are out of luck...LOL!
This RV is great so far! I like that both the driver & passenger seats both spin all the way around for extra living area seating. We've had no mechanical or operational issues yet, I type this holding my breath
It truly does have 2 full bathrooms....meaning 2 showers, 2 toilets, and 2 sinks! It also has (2) separate 6gallon hot water tanks meaning double the hot water reserve!!!
We opted for the front dropdown bunk above the driver/passenger, but in manual mode. We could've gotten the hydraulic motor, but the more we thought about it, we knew should it ever malfunction and not lift back up for any reason, it would render the coach undrivable
, and that my fellow RV'ers would be a hot mess! The king sized "width" mattress in the master is shorter than a regular one, but we take the large king pillows and pull the mattress out a little bit from the wall & stuff the pillows behind them & problem is solved! Oh, and my sons are both 6ft tall and sleep in the bunk beds without any problems, I had read previous reviews that these bunks ran shorter than on other models, but they work well for us. FYI ladies, the bunks are a serious pain in the butt to make up with sheets and bedding, and the ladder is permanently affixed, therefore not helping the matter at all. I do love that there are 3 slides...one large one that contains the sofa & dinette area, and 2 in the master bedroom in the back (one on each side). However, the main complaint that I still have is that there's not much interior storage. The kitchen cabinets are extremely shallow & not tall enough to double-stack canned goods or even store tall boxes of cereal in (3 teens & their friends, remember), I do however love the interior conventional fullsized microwave above the gas cooktop, and the interior full-sized fridge with ice maker & water in the door, but, the gas oven below leaves a lot to be desired...it also takes away my cherished pots n' pan storage as well. I have to now store all my cookpots, stockpots, skillets, baking sheets, and plastic dishes beneath the dinette seats. All this coming from a womans perspective, mind you
The mid-deck bathroom has a microscopic vanity/sink with hardly any underneath storage for towels, toilet tissue, or any other bathroom necessities one might need, however, there is a small shallow medicine cabinet just above the toilet to store shampoo, razors, medicine, etc. In the back bathroom, there's a large cabinet with shelves to store., well, just about anything else you'd want to, however, if you choose to have the combo washer/dryer instead, you will squander away that precious cargo space completely. Where would we keep our indoor linens, towels, beach towels, etc? So, as far as my hubby is concerned, he's a happy camper, no pun intended, and he feels with a little ingenuity and precise strategic planning & organization, we can make the underneath storage work. That's his area, not mine! So, to wrap this up, we have a big RV trip coming up the end of July and it's gonna be a long one...gonna do Washington, DC...all the typical touristy things and be "roughing it smoothly" in our Georgetown! Our adventure awaits, wish us luck!!!