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Old 05 February 2016, 13:16   #1
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Zodiac SRAluminum 750 $95,000

Zodiac SRA 750 round collar $95,000

Length: 24 ft
Beam: 9 ft
Engines: 2015 Evinrude 300hp G2 100 hours
Fuel: Twin 66 gallon Tanks

Raymarine E125W 12 inch display with down scan transducer and thru hull transducer
Aluminum wide console
24" HD Radome, GPS and Ray 55 VHF
Zodiac MilPro Shock mitigating Seats (4)
Radar Arch, bow post, tow post, rope guard
Bow Box
CSM 5 chamber Tube w/ IC valves
Bottom Paint
Trailer included

Zodiac Milpro's SEA RIBŪ
ALUMINIUM
are built for
demanding professional and military users and designed
to be strong and reliable.
SRA-750 feature can be fitted with a standard
round collar. The collar is readily removable to provide
easy maintenance.
The SRA-750 aluminium deck integrates deck tracks,
allowing rapid re-configuration to suit the mission.
It is fully versatile and capable multi-role boat that is ease
in all sea conditions.

Call Charles @ 443.785.5671
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Old 07 April 2016, 14:43   #2
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This boat be mine now. I will say that it was a pleasure to deal with Charles and the other folks at Zodiac Milpro in Annapolis.
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Old 07 April 2016, 18:10   #3
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This boat be mine now. I will say that it was a pleasure to deal with Charles and the other folks at Zodiac Milpro in Annapolis.
Holy cr@p!!!! Congrats!
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Old 07 April 2016, 19:29   #4
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Thx! After having put so much time, money and effort into our Willard Diesel that burned up recently in the Portland Dry Storage fire, we decided we love having this type of 7m Rib platform. While it would have been cool to start a new project, we decided we wanted something turnkey that was available immediately so we wouldn't waste a season. We had a lot planned already for the year.

I had a great talk with Ryan Pratt about options and that would have been an amazing route to take as well but decided to try this new SRA platform due to this boat being available now and not wanting to miss this season.

I flew out to Annapolis and did a seatrial with Charles at Milpro.

Amazing boat!!...differences for sure from the Hurricane 733 lineage but some very cool refinements...They actually have learned a few things since the last generation/s. Will post updates for sure. At this time the boat is somewhere in transit in Wyoming, arriving tmmrw hopefully....!!!!

Will start a new thread if anything interesting comes up.
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Congrats! Looking forward to more pics and updates.
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Looks awesome!

Glad to see I'm not the only Etec fan.
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That's going to be a lot of fun. I can't wait to hear the first hand report!
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That should do nicely. I am a big aluminum boat fan, esp in fresh water.

I suppose it has a fair amount of below deck storage with the outboard.

No more projects - instant gratification! But you definitely put your time in on the last one, and given how fast life goes by, I can't say I blame you.

Maybe, given what happened to the Willard, Harm's Way would not be a bad name =;-)

Fair Winds,
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Thx! After having put so much time, money and effort into our Willard Diesel that burned up recently in the Portland Dry Storage fire, we decided we love having this type of 7m Rib platform. While it would have been cool to start a new project, we decided we wanted something turnkey that was available immediately so we wouldn't waste a season. We had a lot planned already for the year.

I had a great talk with Ryan Pratt about options and that would have been an amazing route to take as well but decided to try this new SRA platform due to this boat being available now and not wanting to miss this season.

I flew out to Annapolis and did a seatrial with Charles at Milpro.

Amazing boat!!...differences for sure from the Hurricane 733 lineage but some very cool refinements...They actually have learned a few things since the last generation/s. Will post updates for sure. At this time the boat is somewhere in transit in Wyoming, arriving tmmrw hopefully....!!!!

Will start a new thread if anything interesting comes up.
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