Airstream expands Tommy Bahama line

After the launch of the Tommy Bahama special edition 28′ travel trailer and touring coach, Jackson Center, Ohio based Airstream is expanding the Tommy Bahama line with the addition of a 19′ travel trailer.

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According to Airstream CEO Bob Wheeler, “The Tommy Bahama brand embodies the same adventure-loving spirit and freedom as Airstream and we’re thrilled to expand on our partnership. We created the 19-foot Tommy Bahama trailer to allow travelers to enjoy many of the outstanding features of the 28-foot special edition trailer, just in a smaller unit.”

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The 19′ floorplan sleeps four and has a rear corner bed and rear corner bathroom with a 40″ x 91″ front dinette, 4 cubic foot refrigerator,  entertainment center with Polk audio, and custom plantation wood shutters and blinds. Not to mention most of the upscale accoutrements one would expect from an Airstream with an MSRP of $75,900.

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“The launch of the first two Tommy Bahama Airstream models have been a tremendous success and are driving brand awareness for our guests who seek luxury, fun and relaxation,” said Doug Wood, CEO of Tommy Bahama. “We’re really excited about the addition of this smaller 19’ Special Edition Travel Trailer. It offers another great option for those who have clearly shown a desire for the Tommy Bahama Airstream product.”

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For more info on the Tommy Bahama Airstream 19′, visit the Airstream website at https://www.airstream.com/travel-trailers/tommy-bahama-special-edition-travel-trailer/

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5 Responses to Airstream expands Tommy Bahama line

  1. Rhonda

    This is exactly what I’d have if I had the coins to get it! I love everything about it but the pricetag….

  2. Dean

    Rhonda,

    I agree. Love Airstreams and I love the idea of blending luxury in a smaller unit, but even if I had the money, I could not justify the price. My retirement wish trailer is still an Oliver Legacy Elite II 23.5. More camper, more quality, less money. Still, the Airstreams are iconic!

    Take care,

    Dean

  3. Bob

    I can’t imagine paying that much for a travel trailer, no matter how many luxury touches it has. A 48″ wide bed isn’t that comfortable for two people, nor is the even narrower dinette bed. And only a 4 cu.ft. fridge. The Airstream is indeed iconic, but this one seems to be a step backward, even for folks trying to better the Smiths down the street.

  4. Beautiful….. Why is it they always seem to go over board with trimmings and price…… what’s wrong with making one for the little guy???????Pricing in the middle twenty’s….. bet you’d sell —- lots……

  5. Rhonda Markham

    Dean, I agree with you about the Olivers, but they command a hefty price as well. The factory (and show room) is within an hours drive for me so I am *very* tempted! For now, I’ll just hang out in my tiny little ’69 Shasta Compact and keep dreaming big! 😊

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