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746 wdutra2000 Re: 2820 ride 2/10/2006 22:07:00

Hi Chris,

I've seen your boat on yachtworld, and if I was in the market today, I
would seriously consider it. However, I'm in somewhat the same
situation as you in that my wife just had our second child 3 weeks
ago. I'm thinking early '07 for the new boat.

Can you shed any light on the way your boat rides versus the 2520?

Thanks,

Bill

--- In <a href="/group/parkerboats/post?postID=doYUU1sb1NnABI9cpk8tNmuOgCKUltJ126LqK0LYTeSArp5CAVy8CoVtpPm6FBFXBq_yR2OAADn-DmTEfvhjEdEhb_PD4w">parkerboats@yahoogroups.com</a>, Xzzy@... wrote:
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> Hi Bill,
> My name is Chris Peterson, I own one of the first 2820xl's made. My
> boat is dressed to kill and can be seen at
> www. yachtworld.com she is the only one listed in Maine. IMHO the
> 2820xl rides like any other parker.....ie as long as you understand how
> to use the trim tabs and regulate your speed in a chop these boats ride
> fine.
> My wife and I are expecting our third child and this forces my sale, I
> am willing to talk on the price of this loaded boat. Please if you are
> realy thinking about buying a new one at least look at this boat it is
> brand new on a brand new loadmaster trailer i might have 80 hours on
> the flawless yamaha 250's this boat has a loaded electronics package in
> the tower and wheel house. The boat was bought at Jeffs marine in
> Tomaston Maine. And is being store at Yarmouth boat yard in Yarmouth
> Maine. Please if you have any questions call me at 207-329-0133 Thanks
> Chris
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: wdutra2000 <wdutra@...>
> To: <a href="/group/parkerboats/post?postID=doYUU1sb1NnABI9cpk8tNmuOgCKUltJ126LqK0LYTeSArp5CAVy8CoVtpPm6FBFXBq_yR2OAADn-DmTEfvhjEdEhb_PD4w">parkerboats@yahoogroups.com</a>
> Sent: Fri, 10 Feb 2006 23:03:53 -0000
> Subject: [parkerboats] 2820 ride
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> Hello,
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> I'm a new member who is looking for some first-hand experience on how
> the 2820 rides in 3 foot wind-chop. I spent the better part of a week
> fishing on a 2520 in Alaska. I'm seriously considering the 2820 and
> would expect that the extra +-2,000 lbs. would make it ride that much
> better in the slop.
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> My local (CA) dealer wants a big deposit prior to arranging a
> sea-trial, and I'd like to get as much info. as possible prior to
> laying it down.
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> I saw some info. on THT about the 28 pounding worse than the 25.
> Doesn't make much sense to me, with the extra weight. Any info. would
> be greatly appreciated.
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> Thanks,
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> Bill
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