An island hopper.
Boat Test #1714
By Captain Christopher Kourtakis
Parker’s all new 22CC has it all. Style, performance and fishability. Not looking to fish? She is perfect for any adventure that you want to throw at her.
The bow area is compact and comfortable with face-to-face seating on either side of the table. Drop the table down and the entire bow is an oversized sun pad. The seats even have backs that allow you to face forward and stretch out. The double wide seat in front of the helm is plush and comfortable even through a wave or two.
Extended swim platforms and entry doors on either side of the transom allow for easy access to and from the water.
The large prep station directly behind the captain’s leaning post is clean and well-integrated into the seat. There is also a large storage compartment on the starboard side that is perfect for your lines and other quick to access accessories.
To the upper right corner, there is enough room to mount your VHF, stereo and more. You could even mount two large multi-function displays if you prefer. The push button switches are to the right of the steering and throttle control. Trim tab indicators and option windlass switch complete the spacious layout.
There is a small storage area just above your head at the helm. Topside there are four rocket launchers to the aft and an ample amount of room to mount radar and other electronics. The large windshield provides protection from the cool morning breeze and is well designed into both the top and helm station.
Equipped with a Yamaha 250 HP outboard, this baby is going to scoot from one island to the next. If you are in the market for second boat for your fleet or something that you can spend the day on with the family, the 22 CC is a must see and will not disappoint once you step foot on her.
Dead Rise: 17º
Fuel Capacity: 79 gal
Water Capacity: N/A
Holding Tank Cap: N/A
Boat Weight: 4624 lbs
Max Horsepower: 250
Passenger Capacity: 9
Engine Manufacturer: Yamaha
MSRP: $82,000 USD
For more information: www.parkerboats.com