Parker 110 Monaco

The Parker 110 Monaco powerboat combines the lightness and performance of a planing hull with the possibilities offered by an outboard engine – including the ability to approach the shore or raise the thruster. The engine housing reduces noise and the sunbathing area above the engine provides additional space for the crew. The outboard engine’s lift allows the sliding hull to lift freely, avoiding surface contamination from salt water. This issue is very important when maintaining a motorboat of any type, even Pilothouse during a long fishing cruise.

Description

The main advantage of a motor yacht is its elegant design and perfect execution. Architect Tony Castro is responsible for the design and indeed, despite its small size, the Parker Monaco 110 retains a lot of space inside – just right for a 4-person family. What’s more, the deck layout also provides plenty of space, including the aforementioned space above the engine, the bow deck, living room and cockpit.

The interior accommodates two cabins with separate bathrooms – both with substantial glazing – makes you feeling like on houseboat deck. Lighting plays an important role in creating the right atmosphere to make life pleasant and luxurious. The galley and dining area is located on the main deck.

A new feature worth mentioning for a Parker 110 Monaco motor yacht is the helmsman’s door, making it easier to maneuver in the marinas. There is a wide range of outboard engines available, usually two Mercury engines with 150 hp or 300 hp for those who appreciate speed like on day cruiser boat.

Additional information

Design category

B-8

Hull length

11,20 m

Max width

3,62 m

Weight

6100 kg

Engine max

2 x 350 HP

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