What Tim said, I couldn't agree more.
Zodiac Pros are generally geared for the leisure boater. Just look at their publicity material, flat calm Mediterranean seas or navigating a marina in Florida. Zodiac also make their Pro range in Hypalon-Neoprene at extra cost instead of Strongan Duotex which is their own PVC material, but new, this is an expensive way to buy unless it's second-hand.
I used to have a Pro 7-Man (Pro 420). Actually a great little boat, but if you are thinking of a Zodiac, then opt for the next size up, which will be a Pro 9-Man (Pro 500) where you can realistically put 50-60hp on. They are shallow to mid V hulls, so navigating in a confused sea, or wind over tide, then you're going to have to reduce speed to make any headway. Most are bench seat set ups which seem to suit the boat.
Zodiac come with a fairly comprehensive dealer network, a parts catalogue with numerous accessories (although expensive), and the slide on rail tube is still a positive thing, in the respect you can buy a new tube set 10-15 years down the line and effectively have a new boat. Lots on the market at this time of year so you can afford to be picky.
Check out Harry Dwyers restoration of a SR Deluxe. A lot of information and good viewing. https://m.youtube.com/user/harrywickedo