The proper one is a 406 and they are just too expensive, can think of other things I could spend that sort of money on
It is easier if it is a personal boat as club boat equipment dives into the murky waters of politics.
I can even rememeber the hassle once it took to get the outboard fixed, it ran OK but used 3x as much fuel as it should have as there was a problem with one of the black boxes and it was £250 to buy. Ran like that for around 6 months and must have used around £500 or more of extra fuel before the club would agree to fix it. The folk that didn't use the boat refused to accept it needed fixed. Now with this attitude it can be seen just how hard it is to get money to buy safety equipment in some branches.