Parker 750 CC

Parker 750 CC, is the debut boat in a conceptually new line of motor boats from the Parker shipyard. The designer of this model tried to combine the advantages of RIB type boats and cruising boats. To this end, the boat’s hull was made as a deep V with an angle of slightly less than 22° at the transom. A double cheekbone system was used to make the boat more stable, and the bowl-shaped redans in the profile allow even a 150-power engine to lift the hull out of the water and accelerate the boat to 35 knots. According to calculations, with a 250 hp engine, the boat will be able to overcome the 45 knot barrier. Within the limit, 350 hp can be installed and more than 50 knots will then await.

Description

The target group of the Parker 750 Cabin Cruiser are owners who need quick trips to holiday destinations, sometimes with an overnight stay, regardless of the weather and season.

The manufacturer offers a fairly generous standard layout for this size: a lockable cabin with skylight and large side windows for two people, a lockable bathroom with sink, a cockpit with galley with sink and a dining area for four people, which can be converted into a berth for two more people. The cabin can be closed off with sliding doors and a sliding sunroof. Cockpit with L-shaped sofa and dedicated wing recess or optional extra bench.

Additional information

Overall length

7,46 m

Max width

2,50 m

Weight

1860 kg

Engine max

300 HP

Design category

C-7

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