I have an Ocean Pro 6.5 with a 135 2 stroke on the back.
It is a nice stable and seaworthy rib, very dry, as already pointed out, very sturdy, and well kitted out, although it is an older one at 10 years old now, it has no leaks in the tubes, and is well put together.
I would suggest a bigger engine though, as the 130 2 stroke is OK, but does not set the world on fire for sure, but if top speed is not your consideration, maybe a 150 would be good.
I really do like the OP, but at 2.6M beam, might be considered a bit wide for trailoring for some, although I do not reall mind it at all.
Good in roughish weather, I took her out last december in 2.5 - 3M seas, and she handled it very well, in fact I gave up well before she ever would have done!
She is a tad heavy, so launching and recovery solo can be a bit tricky, but is perfectly doable.
As other posters have said, a reliable good rib, that will be solid for a few years, and not super expensive....