Sea trial, 2520...follow up to my splash post

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Tombro

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This was on the sea trial with dealership staff running the boat. Since then I’ve run out the inlet once, due to high winds here. Hoping to get out later today. I probably wouldn’t have ordered the bulkhead second helm station, but now would never be without it. Docking is a snap with counter rotating twins. Just love this boat!
 

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This was on the sea trial with dealership staff running the boat. Since then I’ve run out the inlet once, due to high winds here. Hoping to get out later today. I probably wouldn’t have ordered the bulkhead second helm station, but now would never be without it. Docking is a snap with counter rotating twins. Just love this boat!
Great Parker!... I would not want to be without our second-station. Ours isn't the bulkhead mounted one, but I use it every time I use the boat. We too are having an unusually long period of consistent high winds. The creeks, and rivers are choppy/sloppy, but doable; the sounds are barely 'doable' but not a pleasant experience!
 

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Docking is a snap with counter rotating twins.
Docking my 2320, a 31' LOA single, in high winds in a crowded marina can be a $hit show! lolol

I'm getting the hang of it though, once I realized I wasn't trimming the motor high enough in reverse, a basic necessity with a single on a big bracket.
 

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