Join boats.com and Lenny Rudow for a full walkthrough review of the 2021 Parker 2100 SE center console boat in the video below.

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Vessel Overview


As Lenny puts it, "There's a certain point at which a center console boat has enough braun to go right over chop without banging you up too much, yet it is still small enough to be easily trailered and easy to handle and maintain."

A Great Versatile Center Console Package


For many boaters that sweet spot is in the 21 foot range and that is precisely where the 2021 Parker 2100 SE comes in. She is big enough to handle rougher waters when needed, and spacious enough to accommodate fishing and cruising in comfort and safety. But her price tag is reasonable and her dry weight of 3,200 pounds means most light-duty pickup trucks (like a Ford F150) will have no problem towing her anywhere you want to go.

Aft Deck


Her aft area is large enough to make for a great casting deck but can also be used for seating. The seats are easily removable and stow-able below, and feature heavy duty marine-grade upholstery. There is a substantial, sturdy leaning post, with a big livewell and rocket launchers mounted above the leaning post.

At The Helm


The console is larger enough for two MFDs and it can hold a head down below, which a lot of people look for on longer days out on the water.

In The Bow


The forward fish box in the bow is spacious and sits on gas struts, easy to open and clean. So, if you're looking for a durable, reasonable boat that is easy to move around and still can handle some occasional rougher water, this boat is definitely a contender.

Specifications:

LENGTH: 21' 0"
TYPE: Center Console
DRAFT: 10"
BEAM: 8' 6"
DEADRISE: 14˚
CAPACITY: 9 people
WEIGHT: 3,200 lbs
ENGINE MAX HP: 200 HP

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Written by: Ryan McVinney
C. Ryan McVinney is a film director, writer and producer. As an experienced boater he regularly produces and directs on-the-water video shoots for major boat manufacturers, yacht brokers and dealers, as well as independent film and media companies. He is president of the National Soho House Film Club with chapters in Miami, FL, Manhattan, NY and Los Angeles, CA and regularly contributes content to YachtWorld, boats.com and Boat Trader.
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