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674 j p Re: Re: Parker 21 or 23 Pilothouse 1/8/2006 20:51:00

I have the 23' pilot house with the bracket - wouldn't have it any other way.
Fish wells across the stern and a platform to stand on. Can't beat it. I also
have a full keel sailboat that tracks like a freight train so anything else
seems difficult to maneuver, but yes, the boat does seem to get squirrely in
tight quarters. Once the back end takes off in a turn it's tough to correct. But
the other features of the bracket far outweight this little problem.

Mike <<a href="/group/parkerboats/post?postID=EtsVisiuI5WfJwsOsbzITB8HyEpYsP1dfNKi0R_tgGWp7uXZsCd5wiiRXkV73fbZdOappdS3Xg4cLqPj-g">lat41lon71@...</a>> wrote: I have a 2004 2320SC with notch transom.
Spend most of time on
Narragansett Bay and Block Island Sound. Water coming in never a
problem so far in a variety of conditions. I have been told that at
marina and docking speed in windy conditions, the notch boat is easier
to handle than the bracket. (Most marinas will charge for the extra
few feet as well.) The extra storage and clean transom of the bracket
model sure is useful and definately little roomier albeit at a price.

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