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Nautilus Australia presents Parker Boats at the Sydney International Boat Show 2019

by Nautilus Australia 3 Aug 2019 22:28 UTC 1-5 August 2019
Parker Boats © Nautilus Australia

Nautilus Australia is exhibiting a strong line-up of feature-filled Parker Boats ranging from 6.6m to 8.5m at this year's Sydney International Boat Show, 1 to 5 August at Darling Harbour.

Manufactured in Poland since the 1970s, the current generation of these sturdy, stable boats represents a collaboration with a noted Norwegian naval architect. They are sea trialled on the North Sea and many models are approved Category B (RCD), built to navigate offshore waters and withstand rough seas.

Parker Boats are praised for their innovations, superb build quality and outstanding sea keeping abilities.

The team at the family-owned and operated Nautilus Australia are life-long boaties with an eye for quality and value for money.

"We chose the Polish-made Parker brand of fibreglass boats from 6 to 11 metres for their quality, reputation, offshore rating in many models, and the array of features each model offers at a very competitive price," said Dmitriy Dubs, co-Director of Nautilus Australia.

Using Twin Step Infusion technology (TSI), the Parker hull is what differentiates its models from the competition.

This innovative technology involves vacuum infusion during moulding, vinyl ester, sandwich cores and multiaxial reinforcement to save weight, increase stiffness and improve comfort.

The hull features two steps to reduce friction, planing threshold and consumption, and also to enhance acceleration and increase top speeds by as much as 15%.

"The hull is brilliant and offers a stable, smooth ride and exceptional performance, while the finish of each boat is very high quality. Specialising in the 7 to 8 metre range, Parker boats are unique in the market because of their Class B offshore rating - meaning they can cope with the harshest conditions."

In Europe, the Parker range is the choice of Water Police and Marine Biologists undertaking research expeditions.

"They are known as 'big small boats' because of their spacious cockpits, clever convertible seating and myriad features that make them the perfect boat for a day, or a weekend on the water."

The Parker range includes:

  • Parker 630 in three versions - Sport, Bow Rider and Day Cruiser
  • Parker 690 in three versions - Sport, Bow Rider and Day Cruiser
  • Parker 660 in three versions - Pilothouse, Weekend and Open. All models for single outboard engines only
  • Parker 750 in two versions - Cabin Cruiser and Day Cruiser
  • Parker 770 - Weekend outboard
  • Parker 800 in two versions - Pilothouse and Weekend. The Weekend model can only be fitted with a diesel or petrol stern drive engine
  • Parker Voyager 850 - the perfect day cruiser for up to 10 people
  • Parker Monaco 110 - the first of a new series of Sporty outboard boats

The team at Nautilus Australia are looking forward to introducing the versatile and family-friendly range to the Australian boating public, confident they will find their perfect fit to suit their lifestyle, interests and budgets.

Most of all, they are dedicated to ensuring the ownership experience is totally positive.

"We go out of our way to ensure our customers enjoy every part of the ownership experience. We make it accessible, cost-effective, low maintenance and enjoyable."

Visit Nautilus Australia on the marina until 7pm Monday 5 August.

For more information visit www.nautilusaustralia.com.au.

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