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2012 Parker 2120 Sport Cabin w/ Yamaha 4stroke, trailer EXCELLENT shape $42,000

sydngoosesydngoose Posts: 538 Officer
Hello. The day has come that we offer up our nearly new 2012 Parker 2120 sport cabin with Yamaha F150 four stroke motor (202 hours) and double axle heavy duty aluminum trailer with kodiak 4 brakes. I bought this boat, motor, trailer brand new in July 2012 from Central Marine in St. Pete, Florida. I set her up for Gulf of Mexico fishing and had a certified rigging technician (best in Tampa) do all the modifications and electronics installation:

Complete HD Garmin package color 4210 (10 inch display): sonar (1KW thru hull transducer), chart plotter, 24 mile radar
Lewmar pro fish 700 free fall windlass with remote: 360 feet of Lewmar 8 plait rope and 25 feet of G4 chain
4 extra gunnel mount (flush mounted) extra rod holders (6 total) plus 12 up top on the rocket launcher.
43 gallon above deck custom painted color matched thru-plumbed with brass seacocks at the thru hull: literally holds 500 pieces of white bait alive for 36 hours.
Primary Rule 1500 bilge pump with secondary Rule 2500 bilge pump as crash back up : both on independent, non-redundant circuits.
12 volt trumpet horn, custom grab rail on transom for accessing swim platform.
Custom Yeti 110 Tundra cooler splash well on a Yeti slider system (super sweet add on)!
2 new Deka Marine batteries (January 2016: 3 year warranty).
8 foot Shakespeare HD vhf antenna
AMAZING sound system: Fusion Marine IP600 head unit, Fusion Marine amp, and 6 fusion 6" speakers throughout cabin and cockpit.


Hull:
Deep V (21 degree deadrise) ABSOLUTELY PERFECT: not a ding, dent, scratch or dent, rust, corrosion, stain or blemish on the hull. Waxed 4X/ year with Collinite 845. Indoor garage stored, bow pulpit, west coast tall rail, both p and stbd cabin windows open/ elevate. No bottom paint ever. Swing platform, custom 12 rod rocket launcher (Quality T top , Tarpon Springs).
twin V berth with complete cushion package: cushions are in PERFECT shape: not a stain or crease.
Lenco trim tabs with trim tab switch at helm.
Helm chair and 3 person bench on port side.

Motor: Yamaha fourstroke 150 : warranty just expired. Never a single problem with this motor (202 hours)..but hours will creep up as I am fishing her still. 5 star Yamaha certified mechanic does her annual every June (she's had (4) services: the initial break in service, then june 2013, june 2014, june 2015 Always raving reports from my Yamaha man: lower unit serviced annually with new impella and water pump (no chances over taken as we fish her offshore primarily) and of course under the cowling every serviceable item yearly. Sprayed inside the cowling before every fishing trip with "Corrosion X": beneath the cowling literally LOOKS brand new and operates as such.

Trailer: Had custom built when I bought this Parker: Load Rite Aluminum I beam Heavy duty trailer (paid an extra $1000 for the 4500 pound axles and HD fittings). Amazing trailer with main bunks, forward keel bunks, new winch strap this year (prophylactic maintenance), 4 Kodiak disc brakes and torsion axles (no springs to rust). LED lights throughout trailer. Guide on posts for convenience of loading (also forward keel bunks makes this boat practically load herself). Bearings greased annually (every June) and tires rotated at that same time as well: I would NOT HESITATE to tow this boat, motor, trailer to California tomorrow.

Performance (and this is the awesome part): 100 gallon fuel cell. Cruises at 4300 rpms at 27mph, wide open throttle is 5600 rpms at 37 mph. Fuel burn: light load (me and my dog, 1/2 tank fuel) 3.3 mpg. Fishing load (4 guys, full live well, 250 pounds of ice, 200 pounds fish, gear, etc..) 2.8-3.0 mpg (predictably and consistently).

Price $42,000 firm $43,000 if you want to negotiate. I have her fully insured (boat, motor only) for full replacement value of $60K. I have over $60K into her at this point. I promise you : you will not find a CLEANER, shinier, well appointed, loved, cared for 2120 ANYWHERE in N. America at this price or more (less new…but even then you won't get all the add ons…). I have TONS of pics, so call me 813-435-8414 to discuss the sale or get more information.

REASON for sale: moving up to a 2520 as we've moved from Tampa, Florida to Jacksonville, Fl: In other words instead of fishing 40 miles offshore, I am now fishing 60 miles out into the gulf stream and want the Parker 2520 to hold more guys and gear.
This 2120 turns heads at the boat ramp : Constantly getting compliments (even from law enforcement). She is stunning and a performer!

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and the day I bought her:
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Ortega River, Jacksonville, Fl
One life, Live it.

Replies

  • SpongkingSpongking Posts: 959 Officer
    Aaron. Think not having a Powerpole might really stall a deal. Lolololol. I mean, that's what ppl want these days. Ya the other 4000 additions are well and good. But......hahaha. Fare the well 2120. Time to play with ur big bro.
    Kev
  • sydngoosesydngoose Posts: 538 Officer
    Thanks, Kevin. Yes the battle wagon has been good to our family. She is a beautiful pocket downeast style fishing machine. But with a third baby on the way, it's time we moved up to the big daddy. The LOA of this 2120 is about 24 feet. The LOA of the 2820 is 36'... I got the 12'itis.... Someone will be very pleased with this rig- she shows as brand new and catches fish!
    Ortega River, Jacksonville, Fl
    One life, Live it.
  • MGTeacherMGTeacher South GaPosts: 1,798 Captain
    Does the windows allow enough air to flow through on hot summer days while slow trolling? I guess what I'm asking is does it get hot as Hades in the cabin during the summer?
  • sydngoosesydngoose Posts: 538 Officer
    She sold today. A buyer in California flew in, met a surveyor at my home-Bristol report. We spent 8 hours: inspection, sea trial, post splash flush, clean up, did the paperwork. She's going to fish tuna in California.
    He read the FlSportsman ad from California. Thanks Florida sportsman!
    Ortega River, Jacksonville, Fl
    One life, Live it.
  • sydngoosesydngoose Posts: 538 Officer
    MGTeacher, just the opposite, the shade from the Florida sun, insulated cabin, 4 windows open- always at least a slight to moderate crosswind. It's a pleasure to bottom fish for a day on this boat, as the pilot house truly offers relief from the heat and humidity.... Especially while under way. They are a pleasure to fish
    Ortega River, Jacksonville, Fl
    One life, Live it.
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