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Old 17 June 2014, 02:05   #11
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i generally dont like going out in 15knots +, which in most cases is a sub 1foot chop and below 5knots is just swell if there is any.

but have been caught out from flat to 4foot chop in 30 minutes in my prior zodiac 285s, the biscayne on the damn keel tube blew hahaha. wondered why it was so bumpy for thr 1km back.
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Old 22 June 2014, 19:52   #12
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Its coming down to this future and the bombard 380.

Give it will mostly be used for ticky touring and spear fishing in areas that get up to 1ft of chop. Which is the better buy.

The equivalent aerotec is 3/5th the price of this zodiac. Is a tough choice as both have pros and cons.
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They are both too similar to seperate. Both good boats, as a transportable the Aerotech wins hands down, but on a trailer thats irrelevant. Both boats appear to be very cheap in the UK market.

Engines, I prefer 2 strokes (Weight, simplicity, instant response), but the 4 stroke on the Aerotech is probably worth more.

Seriously, you have been looking for months, pull the trigger on one of them or you will still be sat on the beach this time next year.
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