That Vector does look nice, but not nice enough for the price. From what I know about the pricing over there, it is the VAT (value added tax) that is added on to each part during each point of manufacture and assembly that causes the high cost. The social reforms and entitlements of that area demand this type of taxation.
One way of getting around some of this, I've been told, is to purchase from another country, say Portugal. I have not followed up on this, so it may be only hear-say.
On the other hand, why not take a little old Scamp
, gut it, and have some yacht builder provide a new interior. It may not cost as much as you think. He may love such a project to add to his portfolio. It may also be a she, or a he and she.
For me, I like simple and functional. I don't like being in bondage to my possessions. I like to use it, put it away, forget about it, then take it back out for use again with a minimum of fuss.
I'm not sure these European units fit that functionality very well.
Years ago, there was a small trailer called a Sprite, made in England that looked very simple and functional. It was perhaps 14 or 15 feet, very light
and seemingly well constructed, possibly fiberglass over a frame. Last one I saw was up on Vancouver, B.C., parked for the afternoon along the beach park. It was still in very acceptable shape. It also had that European elegance at first glance.