Think about the elevation Dom... If your pilothouse floor was designed to gravity-drain (like the cockpit) your ankles would be getting wet on most trips! :shock:96TL":3ml5tim4 said:I guess there's nothing to be done about the cabin floor drain hole. Too bad.
......EXACTLY!......Bruce":ljkuwiuh said:Now I get it. I have been looking at the boat from the deck. When I look at the Parker fom the dock, the waterline is too high up to be able to drain the anchor locker overboard without risking water going in when waves hit the boat.
Same here. In 5 seasons, I've never had enough crap on the cabin floor that would wash back and plug the bilge pump strainer. What are you doing in that cabin? :roll: :roll: :roll:esfishdoc":37smvm66 said:I trailer my boat and really don't have a problem.
I make sure it is in a bow up position.... pull the plug... hose away....clean everything out.
Ahhhhhhh, the beauty of sharing tips and tricks on ClassicParkergreatcir":cviz6ptn said:The floor drain hole just acted like a black hole and gobbled up any small screw, washer, jelly bean, etc. that hit the floor. I bought a simple stainless drain plug that fit perfectly in the hole and easily removes to empty my lost treasures.
Yep. I've already ordered two.DaleH":38gdylna said:Ahhhhhhh, the beauty of sharing tips and tricks on ClassicParker
... foolproof, simple, and yet highly functional! Just like the boats .