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duckbutler

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Mine is the second station mid way back on the starboard side. Very manuverable while going slow. And I'm tall enough to see over the roof. Adding a knob to the 2nd station's wheel was a real help too.
 

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On my boat it is the extended hardtop. I am able to have a lot of sun protection for the family and when enclosed w/ curtains provides for a lot of room out of the weather in the early spring and late fall.
 

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My favorite feature is the sport cabin roof's ability to wake me up when I am groggy early in the morning by whaling me in the head. :roll: :roll: :roll:
 
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Sal, I could show you scars on top of my bald head that lasted for years. But getting back on topic #1 The protection of the pilothouse that keeps me warm and dry on bad days. #2 The dance floor sized cockpit is a real plus. I could list many other things I love about the Parker, but those two stand out the most as well as the overall quality of the construction.
 

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Tom's Parker is a 21 deep-V CC ... awesome machine too! Standing inside her, she has the lines and feel of the 25' models, just proportioned to the 21' length and towable 8'6" beam.
 

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Its difficult to pick just one thing, but I have to agree with Stonebuster...
100 square feet of cockpit space is what gets most people attention the
first time they fish on her.



 

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Yes, I too love the "dance floor" of the cockpit, but I also LOVE the mix of downeast and carolina lines ... now that's flare with flair!

Heck, them Carolina boys just took the best from Maine and copied it anyway ;) !

.. and yes, I did fix those antennas so they now point straight up ;) , turns out Shakespeare sells rubber shims to adjust to sloping decks/roofs.
 

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37 degrees, windchill in the lower 20's, wind 17 kts. from the n/w & gusts up to 35 kts. White caps on the river, but still put the boat in the water today !! Thats the best feature of a Parker ! Long boating season ....
 

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