Essex - Clarke & Carter
Burnham Yacht Harbour Foundry Lane
Burnham-on-Crouch, Essex, GB, CM0 8BL
Tel:+44 (0)1621 785600
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2021 Parker 760 Quest

location icon Bradwell-on-Sea, United Kingdom
Year 2021
Length 26 ft
Builder/Manufacturer Parker Poland

The Parker 760 Quest is one of the largest trailerable motorboats available and offers a fantastic blend of purposeful styling, comfortable accommodation, a large sociable cockpit, and an advanced stepped hull design offering improved sea keeping and performance capable of towing a water skier or toys! The adaptable design features a surprisingly spacious wheelhouse with a well-equipped galley, excellent helm position, seating to port which can convert to a double berth, double berth forward, and a separate heads compartment. 'Why Knot' is a desirable Deluxe version with the extended roof option fitted with a huge range of options including upgraded Mercury 225 outboard engine for improved economy and performance, bow thruster, trim tabs, electric windlass, heating, fridge, shore power, sea toilet with holding tank, full cockpit enclosure, luxury cockpit pack with sunpad, and much much more! She is presented in almost 'as new' condition and represents an excellent opportunity to save £££££s and get afloat for 2022, a road trailer is also available separately if required.

Viewing by appointment only through our Essex office on (01621) 785600


Year Built 2021
Category Power
Length Overall 26'3 ft
Beam 8'4 ft
Max Draft 1'3 ft
Construction Fiberglass
Engines 1
Total Engine Power 221.90 hp
Cruising Speed 22 kn
Maximum Speed 36 kn
Fuel Tanks 1
Fuel Tank Cap. 192 L
Water Tanks 1
Water Tank Cap. 50 L
Displacement 2,650 kg
Tax Status Paid

Engine 1 Specifications

Make: Mercury
Model: F225XL DS
Fuel: Unleaded
Engine Power: 225hp
Type: Outboard
Propeller Type: 3 Blade, Stainless Steel
Year: 2020
Engine Hours: 120
Engine Location: Center

The Parker 760 Quest has an open plan wheelhouse with an adaptable seating area with table to port which flips to provide forward facing seating and also converts to a small double berth, and a well-equipped helm position to starboard ahead of a compact galley area equipped with a portable gas stove, sink, and built-in 12v fridge. Good stowage is provided beneath berths, under the cabin sole, at the galley, and in various lockers. Moving forward there is a cosy offset double berth for overnighting with an opening hatch, and a surprisingly spacious separate heads compartment fitted with a marine toilet (with holding tank), washbasin, and storage. Fitout and equipment levels are to a very high standard, with premium quality marine upholstery and fitted carpets, Webasto diesel-fired warm air heating, and a built-in Fusion marine stereo system. Excellent all-round visibility and ventilation is provided by the wrap-around windows with opening side sections and a large sliding roof hatch, whilst fitted curtains provide privacy when required. A two-stage sliding wheelhouse door provides easy access to the aft cockpit with walk-thru transom, offering plenty of space for comfortable cruising.

'Why Knot' is fitted with the optional extended roof providing a more sheltered and weatherproof cockpit when combined with the removable enclosure. It also has the extended seating pack with premium quality fitted cockpit cushions and a removable table which can be converted to a large sun pad or an additional double berth on warm summer nights (the enclosure has removable curtains for privacy). Good storage is provided by a large cockpit lazarette and additional lockers including an area for storing small fenders or a horseshoe lifebuoy. The asymmetric deck layout allows easy access to the foredeck which has a removable sun pad cushion, and the walk-through transom helps make mooring safe and easily managed.  

Mechanical Systems

Transom mounted Mercury F225XL DS 225hp 4-stroke petrol outboard engine. Mercury SmartCraft digital single lever controls with power trim/tilt and electric start. Hydraulic wheel steering. Mercury SmartCraft gauges. Lenco adjustable trim tabs. Bow thruster. Stainless steel propeller. 

The engine was serviced in September 2021 and has run for 120hrs since new. 

Electrical Systems

3 x 12v Batteries charged via engine alternator with split charge controller. Shorepower system with ring mains. Electrical distribution system with battery isolator. 

Deck Equipment
  • Claw type anchor with chain and warp
  • Electric anchor windlass with deck and helm controls
  • Stainless steel pulpit and side rails
  • 2 x Stainless steel wheelhouse roof-mounted grab rails
  • 2 x Stainless steel cockpit side deck handles
  • 2 x Stainless steel cockpit aft grab rails
  • Stainless steel bathing ladder
  • Cockpit seating pack with additional seating 
  • Luxury removable cockpit table with cup holders
  • Cockpit and foredeck sun pad cushions
  • Full cockpit enclosure with removable privacy curtains
  • Removable ski pole
  • Cockpit lighting
  • Cockpit shower
  • 2 x Windscreen wipers 
  • Warps and fenders
Navigation Equipment
  • Steering compass
  • Garmin 215i DSC and AIS VHF radio
  • Garmin Echomap 9" colour GPS chart plotter with AIS overlay and fishfinder
  • Fusion MS-RA55 marine Bluetooth stereo system with speakers
  • Navigation lights
Safety Equipment
  • Horseshoe lifebuoy
  • Remote control searchlight
  • Foghorn
  • 2 x Electric bilge pumps with manual and automatic switching
  • Manual bilge pump
Additional Equipment

An Indespension galvanised braked 4-wheel road trailer with hub flushing kit can also be purchased additionally for £4,000 (new 2020, current RRP approx. £8,400 inc VAT).  


Parker 760 Quest built by Parker Poland Sp to their own design in 2020, first launched 2021. White GRP stepped planing hull, superstructure, and decks with non-slip surfaces. Hydraulic wheel steering. Self-draining aft cockpit with good stowage. Asymmetric deck layout with steps up to starboard side deck to and walk-though transom with removable door. Copper coated beneath the waterline from new. 


The company normally acts as broker for the vendor who unless otherwise stated is not selling in the course of a business. Whilst every care has been taken in the preparation of these particulars the correctness is not guaranteed and they are intended as a guide only and do not constitute a part of any contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check these particulars and where appropriate and at his own expense to employ a qualified marine surveyor to carry out a survey and/or to have an engine trial conducted which if conducted by us shall not imply any liability on our part.