Sea Breeze Custom 24: Review

By: Mike Pavey, Photography by: Anita Pavey


logo and design of Sea Breeze caravan Colour scheme and graphics are easy on the eye logo and design of Sea Breeze caravan
Bathroom sink of the Sea Breeze Custom 24 caravan Flick mixer tap, draining board and separate water filter Bathroom sink of the Sea Breeze Custom 24 caravan
caravan storage 1500mm x 450mm drawer provides easy access to the depths of the storage and caravan storage
Cassette toilet and recessed washing machine in the Sea Breeze Custom 24 caravan Cassette toilet and recessed washing machine Cassette toilet and recessed washing machine in the Sea Breeze Custom 24 caravan
Draining board of Sea Breeze Custom 24 caravan Flick mixer tap, draining board and separate water filter Draining board of Sea Breeze Custom 24 caravan
Large window of the Sea Breeze Custom 24 caravan A raised bedroom floor hides the wheel arches to provide clear passage around the bed base; note the recessed light in the step. Large window of the Sea Breeze Custom 24 caravan
Microwave and grill of the Sea Breeze Custom 24 caravan Plenty of storage; Low mounted microwave under the grill Microwave and grill of the Sea Breeze Custom 24 caravan
Slide out compartment of the Sea Breeze Custom 24 caravan Slide out compartment is ideal for a low profile bbq Slide out compartment of the Sea Breeze Custom 24 caravan

The all-terrain Sea-Breeze touring van is customised to your requirements and offers great value and style in a boutique build.

Sea-Breeze Custom 24 highlights

  • 7.5m (24ft 7in) all-terrain touring van
  • Control Rider independent coil suspension
  • Rear bedroom and bathroom layout
  • Custom build

Sea-Breeze Custom 24 specifications

Couple And Their Caravan

From the outside, at 9.4m end to end, the Sea-Breeze Custom 24 is a substantial rig. It differentiates itself from most other all-terrain rigs with the use of composite panel rather than checkerplate for the lower body. The result is an understated elegance that works well.

Up front, a substantial 6in DuraGal drawbar takes care of business and runs all the way back to the suspension mounts. The drawbar supports twin 9kg gas cylinders and a sullage hose tray between the rails, with a standard 50mm ball coupling, handbrake, Anderson plug, removable jockey wheel and mains tap completing the drawbar fittings.

Control Rider independent coil suspension with shockers dampens out the corrugations, while 12in brakes manage stopping duties. Three shielded 82L water tanks are fitted: two supply fresh water while a third collects grey water during free-camping, allowing you to dump it later at a suitable facility.

Man And Woman Sitting In Caravan Dinette

The verdict

The stand outs are the zoned living areas, easy-access storage, and the sense of real space brought about by those few extra feet in length and extra-large windows. It’s a delight to prepare a meal in a caravan kitchen without feeling restrained by the lack of genuine bench space. And then there’s the van’s generous payload, allowing you to safely and legally carry full tanks of water if you choose to, plus your usual touring load. In this case, it is hard to deny that bigger is better.

Raised Bedroom Of The Sea Breeze Custom 24 Caravan

I liked

  • ‘Zoned’ layout
  • Sense of space
  • Interior design and featured colours
  • Easy, accessible external storage
  • Value for money

I would have liked

  • Better quality drawer runners
  • An improved quality of finish in some areas 

Read an extended version of this review on Caravan World.

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