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Zodiac are always changing the names of the boats, 470, 9-man Pro, now Pro 500. Basically polyester or GRP hull construction, mid V hull, slide on tubes using unique hull rail system, normally thermostat-bonded PVC (Stongan Doutex fabric) but latest models are available in neoprene or hypalon. Would suit 60hp.
Cons: PVC tubes from this age of boat will be on the way out if it's been out in all weathers. On a positive, you can buy a new tube kit, but Zodiac is expensive, but will transform the boat. The hull lets down these boats. Fine for calm waters, but once the wind gets up it will slap, that's my experience.
Pros: Zodiac have huge range of accessories and dealer network so you can fit new console, bench seat or configure it based on what you want to do. It's a relatively lightweight boat, so you could power it with 40hp, however it will be lack-lustre if your 3 to 4-up on board, so look to fit something based on the maximum transom rating. PVC repairs are straight forward with right ambient temperatures, preparation and 2-part glue if you're meticulous in how you approach it. Easy to tow. These boats still look good if well maintained.
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