Good, capable leisure SIBs with extensive dealer network, but be warned regards the cost of their accessories!
Any reason buying new - other than condition?
New boats now use over sized tubes but build is exactly the same, thermo-bonded, etc.
If you go for HD version (aluminium floor sections) I found this gave the boat rigidity, plus a little more weight. It's relatively light and performs best with two or three up. Older boats were rated for 40hp, but 25hp is perfect power/weight, especially if you can source a Yammie 2-stroke.
Can be built in an hour or so, but if you can source a soft bunk trailer, then this would be best for launch and retrieve. You can remove floor mid-season to flush out sand, etc.
Only maintenance is to re-varnish oars every other season, lube alloy valves (plastic on newer boats), and replace valve diaphragm or cap seals periodically. If storing boat deflated make sure it's thoroughly dry before folding.
Zodiac Futura is worth looking at too. Only real difference are inflatable speed tubes under main sponsons. Found this one, expensive for what it is, but it has road trailer.
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