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The next several photos show the coach in various settings and lighting conditions. Here she is reflecting a beautiful sunset.
Aspire 42 RBQ Floorplan
Tuscan glazed maple wood finish and Cabernet color scheme
Porcelain Tile Floors throughout (except slide room floors)
Note the two large drawers under the dinette seating.
The fireplace puts out enough heat singlehandedly to keep the coach cozy well down into the 30’s.
The PS Sofa opens out into a twin size bed with air mattress. Built-in inflator. Bed has never been slept on. Sheet set included.
The PS sofa fits into a niche that is 50″ wide. Two average size people can sit here comfortably. The footrest pops up by pulling a ring on the left side of the seat cushion.
Dinette table pulls out for more room. Four can sit at the table although it is a bit tight and we prefer to use folding chairs at the table corners.
Undersink pullout. Custom slot for wastebasket (included). Padded slots at left are for sink cover pieces.
Fridge latch for french doors keeps all secure while driving. The freezer has a similar latch.
Fridge model info
Fisher-Paykel Dishwasher Drawer is spacious, quiet and efficient.
GE Profile Convection/Microwave vents to the outside
Upper cabinets have frosted glass panels and pull out racks.
Raised section at back of counter and full tile backsplash
Note the 3 drawer section to the left pulls out to add counter space. Those drawers are very deep and the top one contains a wood cutting board. Also note the toe kick lighting.
Drawers are 6-5/8″ wide, 27″ deep and 5-1/2″ high. Top drawer includes a cutting board (never used).
Looking aft (passenger side is on the left). Note the 22 cuft fridge, GE profile Convection/Microwave, Fisher-Paykel Dishwasher Drawer, Pullout Sink Faucet, auxiliary filtered water spout, 46″ LED TV & Fireplace. The stacked separate washer dryer are in the cabinet just past the kitchen counter.
Nice fold up cover for the cooktop.
Glass surface cooktop on The Seaward Princess Gourmet has one 10000 BTU burner and one 7000BTU burner both with electronic ignition. Burners are marine grade and have flame out sensors.
Solid Surface sink in our experience is preferable vs stainless. It’s durable, quiet, doesn’t scratch and easy to maintain. Clean ordinary stains with bleach and for heavy cleaning use a coarse scotchbrite pad or fine sandpaper.
Entegra ceiling logo in solid hardwood. Note that the A/C units have ducted returns and no direct intrusion into the interior making for much quieter operation.
Storage over drivers side sofa – 7-1/2″ opening height, total width 82″, depth 12″.
Storage over passenger side sofa – 11-3/4 opening height, total width 49″, depth 16″. The white cylindrical object is extra carpet, the black bag in the left cabinet is the portfolio for most of the coach documentation.
Storage above table area – 7-1/2″ opening height, total 75″ width, depth is 12″ on the ends and tapers to 9″ in the middle.
Systems panel, on PS above co-pilot seat. From left to right: Switch to redirect dash radio inside rear speakers to outside speakers, Front slide room controls, blank plate dome satellite (replaced with DISH Trav’ler), door awning control, main awning control, Generator control panel, Inverter control panel.
AC breaker panels. Location is to the left and above of the driver seat.
AC breaker panel with Main and non-inverter loads.
AC Breaker panel for loads that operate via the inverter. Note that the microwave breaker is also a GFI safety breaker.
Compartment forward and over driver seat.
Compartment foward and over co-pilot seat.
Storage under the TV, the electronics cabinets are above the TV.
Looking forward. Note the extra size powered seats with INTEGRATED seat belts. The co-pilot seat also has a motorized footrest.
Respectable additional storage underneath the forward part of the drivers side sofa.
Half Bath door. All the doors are heavy solid hardwood.
Half bath has a manual flush pedal toilet with sprayer which is very frugal on water consumption.
Medicine cabinet in half bath is much more spacious than it looks in this photo. The upper panel provides a deeper recess for DVD player. sat receiver, etc. in entertainment center.
Systems panel in half bath. From left to right and top to bottom: Aquahot Controls, Cover for self reset circuit breaker, SeaLevel tank & battery gauge, rear Slide Room controls, Networked thermostat for all heat and cool functions, firefly lighting and systems panel.
Half bath solid surface countertop with solid surface sink and plenty of storage below.
Bedroom Vanity has solid surface countertops and plenty of storage below…
…above are more cabinets including even more storage behind the swing out LCD TV.
AV hookups behind the Bedroom TV
This is looking up while lying in bed. Multiplex lighting panel (right) and security system/door lock/unlock (left).
Original high quality bed textiles have been in storage and have little to no use!
Photo of the Sleep number mattress as it is today – it has ALWAYS been covered with a dust and fluid proof mattress protector and is as clean and fresh as new.
Another view, the Sleep Number remote can be seen on the side table photo right. Two independently adjustable chambers.
Under bed. The black box (photo right) is the subwoofer for the surround sound system. The white box (upper left) is the air pump for the sleep number bed. Both have been relocated to the center section providing even more storage. The entire frame goes in and out with the slide so storing items here is safe.
Bedroom ceiling looking aft. Note the return air registers (group of 4 across) for the A/C are ducted reducing noise significantly.
Driver side left console. If the Map Light is left in the AUTO position, map lights will come on when keyless entry unlocks doors.
Equalizer leveling jacks control panel. These jacks use hydraulic power for both the extend and retract function eliminating issues with the spring based retract on competing systems.
Multifunction Radio/DVD/GPS top screen. Backup and side cameras bottom screen. Rear camera can be remotely tilted up and down (using UP/DN buttons). The switch to the right of the camera screen enables the screen to be turned on when the ignition is off. Also note the high end compass/outside temperature device.
One of the four pocket door Snubbers When the park brake is released the air powered snubber pops up and locks the doors in place.
Rear Bath Fan Control remote (top) and multiplex lighting panel. Note that the bath fan has TEN speeds and permits venting stale air out or drawing fresh air in and can be temperature activated.
Rear Bath toilet control panel. It also has a black tank level sensor that is separate from the SeaLevel system.
Vacuum Vac Pan (Left) and Hose Inlet (Right) can be found mid coach below the washer/dryer.
Dryer Model Number
Lots of remotes! The white faced remote at the top is for the slides. The four identical samsung remotes to the left are for the four TV’s. The two larger remotes in the center are for the two blu-ray players, one in the main cabin, one in the bedroom. The Dimplex remote is for the fireplace. The sony box contains some “keys” to remove the Sony radio located in the outside entertainment center. Not shown are the primary awning remote and the sleep number bed remote.
Cabinet over TV. Plenty of outlets here. The cabinet depth here 7″ but can extend into space in the half bath medicine cabinet. We have a DISH Hopper/Joey setup with the Hopper in the Bedroom and the Joey here where it fits perfectly.
Coax cable switch box.
Primary PS luggage bays are full pass thru.
The roll out storage tray can be extended on either side of the coach.
Cargo tray capacity label
Another view of cargo tray and some of the Entegra “X-bracing”
Additional compartment forward of the bay with the storage tray.
Aft bulkhead of PS storage bay. Large filter is for the water tank. The blue pipe lower left is a bypass for the drinking water filter that feeds the kitchen sink auxiliary spigot and the fridge icemaker. To the lower right is the cargo/wet bay heat exchanger.
Basement thermostat for the AquaHot basement heating zone.
Here is the inverter tucked up between the chassis rails in the main storage bay. keeps it clean and dry and out of the way.
The black box is the Surge Guard transfer switch. The AquaHot is to the lower right.
Back of AquaHot as seen from the passenger side. Note inverter top center. Note heat exchanger lower left. Dirt Devil vacuum is the red box in the upper right.
Propane fired AquaHot and shore power cord reel
These items are located above the shore power cord reel. Switch far right is for the shore power cord reel.
AquaHot capacity label
Aquahot antifreeze expansion tank
Current view of wet bay. It has been modified slightly to provide significantly more storage space than the factory layout. Note the paper towel holder is behind the panel.
SeaLevel tank monitor panel in wet bay – there is another in the half-bath. Note this panel does not have the LPG level display, the inside panel does.
Propane line has a capped brass take off plug to add a
quick connect fitting for a portable propane grill supply hose.
10 gallon DEF tank
PS rearmost compartment contains start batteries, DEF tank, chassis fuses & relays, diagnostic port, assorted filters and the air dryer cartridge.
Note the start battery breaker lower right (yellow lever) – this can be used to partially disconnect the start batteries during storage. The filter center is the air dryer, the other two (white and red) are fuel filters. The luggage door bar can be removed to ease access to the red filter.
Air cleaner upper left (horizontal black cylinder). The side radiator makes access SUBSTANTIALLY easier than rear radiator designs.
Leveling jack – hydraulic down *and* up
Lighted grab bar with keybad entry.
Rear Tires (6) Goodyear Date codes late 2012. Front tires are Michelin 295’s date code early 2016
Generator access. Front cap section extended. Note that generator extends separately from the front cap section.
Electrical compartment drivers side front.
Slide control board and fuses
Additional Fuses drivers side front electrical compartment.
Additional Fuses drivers side front electrical compartment.