Parker Poland’s Monaco Flybridge is part of the Polish manufacturer’s move to continue to present avant-garde models that offer a higher level of luxury and near flawless design.
Tony Castro’s design for the flybridge version of the Monaco and the builder’s ingenuity clearly demonstrates to the market that great successes are yet to come from Parker Poland.
The flybridge preserves its helm in the downstairs salon and does not sacrifice any light inside the downstairs salon either. The solar roof remains in place but becomes affixed and the aft starboard window is still in place with a new opening mechanism.
BCI Marine has learned that the builder is considering adding the option of a Seakeeper stabilizer and even beach sides to open up the cockpit.
In short, the future for BCI Marine and Parker Poland in Canada looks more than bright. Patrick Hardy, President at BCI Marine predicts that Parker Poland should present a boat of up to 14 metres LOA, still with an outboard engine by 2022.
Contact: BCI Marine