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Old 24 June 2003, 18:14   #1
Country: USA
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Zodiac Pro Open 650 VS. Bombard SB 620

I'm in the process of buying a new boat. I have heard a rumor that the Bombard 620 has a heavier layup than the Zodiac 650. I am aware that both are made by the same company and have contacted the local rep who says that the layups are the same. Any thoughts?

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Old 26 June 2003, 08:39   #2
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Hello, i see you are not too far from Vancouver so you should give inflatable boat services a call. 604 940 6308 and ask for cormac. I have the zodiac pro 550 and the layup is very weak. the last time i saw cormac he had a bombard 600 and the layup was a lot heavier duty then my boat. depending what you will use your boat for i would be carefull with any leisure line zodiac as with mine i have had to do a lot of hull and deck repairs however i am fairly hard on the boat. do you still have your mark 6, if so give me an email. Chris

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Old 27 June 2003, 14:32   #3
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I looked in to the pro 650

I am told its the same hull as the bombard.

the 650 seems very small inside for a 6.5 m boat
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